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Number of Police and Security Forces, 2000-2003

Compiled by Michael Malleson
August 25, 2003

2003 Evian G8 Summit

A. Number of Police Officers = ?
B. Number of Military Officers = ?
France deployed "15,000 police and troops" [1]

2002 Kananaskis G8 Summit

A. Number of Police Officers = 1,800
B. Number of Military Officers = 5,000 [2]

2001 Genoa G8 Summit

A. Number of Police Officers = 16,000
B. Number of Military Officers = 2,700 [3]

2000 Okinawa G8 Summit

A. Number of Police Officers = 20,000 [4]
B. Number of Military Officers = ?

 

Notes

1. Nicholas Bayne (2003), "Impressions of the Evian Summit," June 1-3.
2. Guardian Unlimited (2002), Special Reports: Kananaskis Security.
3. "Display of Military Might May Well Upstage Economics as G8 Leaders Meet," Dow Jones, July 19, 2001.
4. Sean Healy (2000), "Okinawa: Thousands Protest against G8 Summit, Green Left Weekly (Australia).

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