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The aim of the present short article is to examine critically the security planning of the Olympic Games (OG) 2004 and particularly the manner in which it was developed and set into operation, the institutions and units involved, the command model which was developed so as to ensure their safe conduct as well as the problems revealed by the enforcement of the relative legislation and the legislation which was established for this specific event. The handling of the security of The OG 2004 todoi:10.5539/res.v3n2p58 fatcat:fr5q4xgzyfa6jkc64dezkjhtm4