Enforce Tac: Innovative solutions with practical relevance for the security industry in Nuremberg
On 1-2 March 2022, official and military specialists will finally gather once again in Nuremberg at the International Exhibition & Conference – Law Enforcement, Tactical Solutions and Homeland Security, following a forced two-year break.
The wide range represented by the exhibitors and their products once again clearly shows how important Enforce Tac is for the sector.
“Industry professionals from around the world can look forward to a top-quality range of exhibitions with many innovative products,” says Isabelle Teufert, Exhibition Director Enforce Tac, NürnbergMesse. “Visitors will discover themes including service weapons and ammunition, ballistic accessories, optics and optronics, uniforms, education and training systems, and special vehicles at the exhibition stands, and also in the event programme.”
As a special fair for trade visitors from official agencies, Enforce Tac has strictly defined credentials for access, which must take the form of an official identity card or written confirmation from a security authority.
Enforce Tac includes a forum on drones for the first time
The conference of Europe’s leading Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Association UAV DACH e. V. provides targeted, concise information on the opportunities and risks of unmanned technologies at this 1.5-day event. Themes covering all aspects of the detection and identification of, and defence against drones will be presented under the heading of “Defence against hazardous drones and UAS as operational equipment”.
Theory and practice: the conference programme
The perfect complement to the highly specialized range of products and services offered by the exhibitors is the Enforce Tac conference programme: the European Police Trainer Conference (EPTC) of Polizeitrainer in Deutschland e.V. (Police Trainers in Germany, PiD) will again look at the latest subjects of interest, bringing together theory and practice, equipment and application.
In its presentations by international experts, the European Police Trainer Conference will focus on topics including challenges for emergency medicine in terror situations, guard dogs in operational units and patrol, a review of police officers being ambushed, police behaviour detection, and suicide in the police service. The lecture topics provide the link between the products and services offered by the exhibitors at the exhibition and their practical application. On the second day of the exhibition, members of official agencies and authorities with security functions will provide live training in the use of the latest tactical equipment. The detailed programme of EPTC 2022 may be consulted on-line at www.enforcetac.com/eptc