Representatives of the ICS Ljubljana were present on the Days of private security, where their findings significantly contribute to raising the quality of the operation of private security. This time, Dr. Denis Čaleta presented a lecture entitled "Extremism and radicalization - two safety factors that will continue to have a significant impact on the operation of private security." The participants were also informed about ERASMUS+ project entitled "Safety and Diversity in Europe - Efficient training modules for prevention of extremism by trainees and staff of private security services in Europe" and the partners in this project comes from 7 EU countries.
At theevent, their views and experiences presented Mr. Ingo Wallersberg Pasch, who is a member of the Slovenian Association of Corporate Security. The title of his article was "The monopole of state on the field of national security - to what extent, and until when?".