Law Of 20 March 2009 On The Safety Of Mass Events

Original Language Title: USTAWA z dnia 20 marca 2009 r. o bezpieczeństwie imprez masowych

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Chapter 1 General provisions Article. 1. [range] Act specifies: 1) procedures necessary to ensure the security of mass events;

2) conditions of security of mass events;

3) principles and authorise the carrying out of mass events;

4) the rules for the collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events;

5) liability rules for damage caused to organizers in connection with organizing mass events.

Article. 2. the [exclusion of application of the provisions of the Act] the provisions of the Act do not apply to the charge of mass events organized in sealed in a durable Board organizational units subordinate, subordinate or supervised by the Minister of national defence, the Minister of Justice and the Ministers: Home Affairs, educational and upbringing, for higher education and for physical culture, if they are the organizers of mass events within the meaning of this Act.

Article. 3. [Definitions] Whenever the law is talking about: 1) mass event should be understood the party mass art and entertainment, a massive sporting event, including a football game, referred to in points 2 to 4, with the exception of events: a) in theatres, operas, operettas, filharmoniach, cinemas, museums, libraries, houses of culture and art galleries or other similar objects b) organized in schools and educational establishments by managers of these schools and institutions , c) organized within the framework of the athletic competition for children and young people, d) sports for athletes with disabilities,) sports the universal nature of physical recreation, open and free, organized in an open, f) closed by employers for their employees-if the type of the event corresponds to the purpose of the object or area where you want it to take place;

2) party artistic and mass entertainment-understood event of an artistic, entertainment or organised public viewing broadcast on screens and devices for image diagonal of more than 3 m, which is to take place: a) the stadium in another object that is not a building or on the premises for the conduct of the event, in which the number of shared by the Organizer places for people, determined in accordance with the provisions of the building code and fire protection regulations , is not less than 1000, b) in the sports hall or in another building for conducting mass events, in which the number provided by the Organizer places for people, determined in accordance with the provisions of the construction law and regulations regarding fire protection, shall be not less than 500;

3) mass sporting event – should be understood the party mass to compete for sport or promoting physical culture, organized on a) stadium or in another non-building, for which the number provided by the Organizer places for people, determined in accordance with the provisions of the building code and fire protection regulations, is not less than 1000, and in the case of the sports hall or another building to conduct mass events – not less than 300 , b) in to conduct mass events, for which the number provided by the Organizer places for people is not less than 1000;

4) soccer match-must be understood a massive sporting event to compete in the discipline of football, organized at the stadium or other sports facility, where the number of shared by the Organizer places for people, determined in accordance with the provisions of the building code and fire protection regulations, is not less than 1000;

5) event risk mass-understood mass event, in which, in accordance with the anticipated threats or previous experiences on the behavior of people participating, there is concern instances of violence or aggression;

6) during the events of mass-understood period from the time of expose an object or site participants of the event to the time they leave their this object or the site;

7) the number of seats for the people at the party mass-understood the number provided by the organizer of the seats in the stadium, in another object that is not a building, sports hall or in another building or on the premises for conducting mass events, established on the basis of the provisions of the construction law and regulations on fire protection;

8) foreign institutions must be understood foreign and international, including, in particular, that make up their national information points, relevant to the prevention of and the fight against manifestations of violence and hooliganism in the time of mass sporting events, including football matches, on the basis of the European Convention on violence and excesses of viewers during sporting events, in particular football matches , done at Strasbourg on August 19, 1985 (Journal of laws of 1995, no. 129, item 625) and Council decision 2002/348/JHA of 25 April 2002 concerning security in connection with football matches with an international dimension (OJ. EC-L 121 of 08.05.2002 page 1-3; Oj. EU Polish Special Edition, chapter. 19, t. 04, p. 237 – 239);

9) Organizer-understood legal person, natural person or organizational unit without legal personality, conducting mass events;

10) terms and conditions of the object (the site) is to be understood the provisions issued by the owner, holder, user or operator of an object or area, containing rules for access to the land or property, including of minors, the rules of behaviour of the people present in the building or on the premises and use of object or terrain and of there devices, as well as specifying the places not intended for the public;

11) Security Manager – understood the person designated by the Organizer, representing it in terms of ensuring the safety of the participants of the mass events;

12) information service – should be understood a person subject to a safety Manager, designated by the Organizer, including sports announcer;

13) the service ordinal-understood people subject to Security Manager, designated by the Organizer, the list of eligible employees of physical protection referred to in article 1. 26 of the Act of 22 August 1997 on the protection of persons and property (Journal of laws of 2005, no. 145, item. 1221, as amended);

14) in to conduct mass events – be understood isolated, marked the area in an open space, which complies with the hygienic-sanitary complying with the requirements provided for by law and with the infrastructure to ensure the safe conduct of the event, on which to determine the number of places it is assumed rate 0.5 m2 per person;

15) compound – understood the area enclosed within the meaning of the building or area in the permanent Board organizational units subordinate, subordinate or supervised by the Minister of national defence, the Minister of Justice and the Ministers: Home Affairs, educational and upbringing, for higher education and for physical culture;

16) securing mass events – should be understood generally coordinated activities in order to ensure security and public order in connection with the event a mass;

17) the prohibition of foreign – understood the ban on the stadium, imposed by the power to entities of other States, of which the information was submitted to the principal Commissioner of police;

18) the authorisation should be understood to permit to conduct mass events issued by decision by the Mayor, the mayor or President of the competent for the place of carrying out of mass events;

19) the document confirming the identity-understood card, temporary identity certificate, passport, driver's license, school ID or student, the document establishing identity of the alien or other evidence of identity provided in the facial image and the address of the residence of the person.

Article. 4. [the application of the provisions of the administrative procedure code] proceedings in the cases specified in the Act, with the exception of art. 14, is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the law of 14 June 1960 – administrative procedure code (Journal of laws of 2013.267), if the provisions of the Act does not provide otherwise.



Chapter 2 Safety of mass events Article. 5. [the entity responsible for the security of mass events] 1. For the security of mass events and during its duration corresponds to its Organizer. 2. security of mass events includes the fulfilment by the Organizer requirements: 1) ensure the safety of the people participating in the event;

2) the protection of public order;

3) security in terms of medical exposure.


4) ensure proper technical condition of buildings along with serving the objects installations and technical equipment, in particular, fire safety and sanitation.

3. The obligation to safeguard mass events rests with the organiser, and to the extent specified in this Act and other legislation on: wójcie, Mayor, President of the city, the Palatine, the police, the State fire service and other organizational units of fire protection services responsible for security and public order in the areas, health care, and where necessary other competent departments and bodies.

4. the competent Minister in charge of health shall determine, by regulation, the minimum requirements for security in terms of medical events, whereas the number of participants of the event, its nature, as well as to ensure the safety of its participants.

Article. 6. [obligations of the Organizer] 1. The Organizer provides: 1) meet the requirements of, in particular, construction law, sanitary rules and regulations regarding fire protection;

2) the share of the services, information services, and marshaling these security manager services;

3) medical assistance;

4) hygiene facilities sanitation;

5) the appointment of escape routes and roads to transport vehicles, rescue services and the police;

6) conditions to organize communication between actors involved in the protection of mass events;

7) emergency equipment and fire-fighting and extinguishing agents necessary for the security of mass events in relief activities for fire fighting;

8) dedicated spaces for leading security event.

2. the numbers of service and information services of the ordinal is defined as follows: 1) in the case of non-mass events event risk storage – at least 10 staff members: ordinal and information on 300 persons who may be present at the party, and at least 1 member of the ordinal services or service information on each subsequent 100 people, with not less than 20% of the total number of staff members are members of the service ordinal;

2) in the case of mass events, venture-at least 15 members: ordinal and 200 information of persons who may be present at the party, and at least 2 members: ordinal or information on each subsequent 100 people, with not less than 50% of the total number of staff members are members of the service ordinal.

2A. If the rules of mass events and artistic entertainment provides a variable number of participants in this event, the multiplicity of services and information services of the ordinal at the event shall be determined in accordance with the principles set out in paragraph 1. 2, the organiser may determine the multiplicity of these services in proportion to the number of people present at the event reported in the schedule expose an object or site participants of the event and scheduled to leave by the object or terrain.

3. [1], the organiser shall provide persons involved in mass terms object (terrain), and develops and provides people the rules of mass events containing the conditions of participation and rules of behaviour of the people on the present.

4. the organizer shall draw up a statement of the proceedings in the event of a fire or other local threats from a place and at a time of the event.

5. The proper Minister of the Interior shall determine, by regulation, the scope of the necessary elements of the statement referred to in paragraph 1. 4, taking into account to ensure the safety of the event.

Article. 7. [the number of seats in the case of event risk mass] in the case of mass events qualified as a risk by the organizer of the shared number storage places for people are no less than 1) 300-for the stadium, another object which is not a building or site to conduct mass events;

2) 200-for sports hall or another building to conduct mass events;

3) 200-for a football game.

Article. 8. [rules of procedure and the rules of mass events object] 1. Participants in the event of mass are obliged to behave in a way that endanger other people and, in particular, comply with the provisions of the rules of procedure of the object (terrain) and of the rules of mass events.

2. it is prohibited to bring to a party storage and possession by persons participating in weapons or other dangerous objects, explosives, pyrotechnic materials, fire, alcoholic beverages, narcotics or psychotropic substances, without prejudice to art. 8A. Article. 8A. [sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages during the event mass] 1. At the party, with the exception of event risk mass allowed are for sale, and consumption of alcoholic beverages containing not more than 3.5% alcohol.

2. Sale, and consumption of alcoholic beverages can only take place in the areas designated.

3. the sale and serving of alcoholic beverages may be carried out only by authorised entities referred to in article 1. 181 paragraph. 4 of the law of 26 October 1982 on upbringing in sobriety and counteracting (OJ of 2012.1356).

4. the Illegal sale of alcoholic beverages in hard packages, in particular, made of glass, metal or plastic, used in accordance with their intended purpose may endanger human life or health.

5. the application for a permit to conduct mass events organiser attaches information about the distribution of places and time, which will be sold, served or consumed alcoholic beverages.

Article. 9. [the right to request proof of the identity of the ticket buyer] Organizer or by him entitled when selling tickets to the event storage may request from the buyer proof of his identity, without prejudice to art. 15 paragraph 1. 1. Article. 10. [Powers of the organiser of mass sports events] Organiser of mass sports events, other than mentioned in Chapter 3, may refuse admission on it and the person whose data are included in the database referred to in article 1. 37, paragraph 2, or non-Club or non-foreign.

Article. 11. [the right to conduct mass events] 1. The Organizer is entitled to conduct mass events, and in particular the behavior of people participating in it, using recording equipment and sound.

2. the materials collected during the persist events run, which may constitute evidence for criminal proceedings or proceedings in cases of wrongdoing or evidence which may be relevant for the ongoing such procedures, the organiser shall immediately forward to the competent District Court Prosecutor of the place carried out mass events or to the competent territorial Commander powiatowemu (city, district) police, if necessary, a request for the initiation of criminal proceedings or a request for punishment , unless the same shall notify of the crime or of the application of punishment in cases of misconduct.

3. [2] collected during the course of mass events, not containing materials preservation evidence to initiate criminal proceedings or proceedings in cases of wrongdoing or evidence relevant to the pending such procedures, the organizer of the stores at the end of the event storage for at least 30 days, and then destroys them collectively.

4. the Governor in consultation with the Commander of the regional (Commander of the Capital) police and the Commander of the regional State fire, and after consulting the competent Polish sport therefore, shall draw up a list of stadiums, objects or areas where persisting mass events run using recording equipment and sound is mandatory. Inclusion in the list referred to the stadium, object or terrain is by way of an administrative decision.

5. The Commander of the Provincial Police Commander and the (Metropolitan Chief) of the regional State fire may make to the Governor a proposal for the placement of the stadium, the object or area in the list referred to in paragraph 1. 4, in the case of the formulation of the conclusions in the opinion referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 point 2.

6. The decision referred to in paragraph 1. 4, specifies in particular the date from which the persisting mass events run using recording equipment and sound is mandatory.

7. the decision referred to in paragraph 1. 4, may be appealed to the Minister of internal affairs.

8. The organizer of the mass events carried out in the stadium, or on the grounds referred to in paragraph 1. 4, and the organizer of the event risk mass perpetuates the process of this event, and, in particular, the behavior of people, using recording equipment and sound.


9. The proper Minister of the Interior shall determine, by regulation, fusing the course of events, having regard to its nature, spots in the stadium, or on the grounds referred to in paragraph 1. 4, subject to the compulsory registration of image and sound and the minimum technical requirements for video and audio recording equipment, allowing for use of registered image and sound in the proceedings the evidence in relation to the persons disturbing order during mass events and mass events, venture conducted at stadiums, in buildings and in areas not listed in the list referred to in paragraph 1. 4, as well as how to store the materials referred to in paragraph 1. 3, taking into account the need to ensure the effective recognition of the risks and identify the perpetrators of the disturbances of public order at the place and during the event.

10. Control of compliance with the conditions laid down in the regulation referred to in paragraph 1. 9, is exercised by the Governor through annual: 1) the comparison of technical parameters of video and audio recording equipment installed at the stadium, or on the grounds referred to in paragraph 1. 4, with the minimum technical requirements set out in the regulation referred to in paragraph 1. 9;

2) check the condition of the equipment referred to in paragraph 1.



Article. 11A. [the provincial team of interdisciplinary security of mass events] [3] 1. The secondary authority Governor in performing the tasks related to the security of mass events is the provincial team of interdisciplinary security of mass events, hereinafter referred to as "the team", appointed by the voivode, which determines its composition, responsibilities and operating mode.

2. The team shall be chaired by the Governor or his representative.

3. The band consists of: 1) jurisdiction provincial Chief (commandant of the Capital) police or designated by the representative;

2) jurisdiction provincial Chief State fire or designated by the representative;

3) representatives of other bodies of the Government Administration and local administration, which the Governor considers to be reasonable.

4. To participate in the meetings of the team of the Governor can invite representatives of associations, operators of the game, the organizers of the cyclic mass events and institutions and entities whose activities remain in relation to the subject matter of the meetings of the team, whose presence it considers reasonable or at their request.

5. The team shall be assisted by the entities referred to in paragraph 1. 2-4, in the implementation of the obligations related to the protection of mass events in the province, imposed by the provisions of laws, in particular by means of: 1) analysis of the risks associated with the organisation of mass events;

2) analysis and evaluation of the activities undertaken by the entities referred to in paragraph 1. 2-4, concerning the security of mass events;

3) allowing the transmission of information on the dangers of mass events between the entities referred to in paragraph 1. 2-4;

4) to support programs aimed at improving the security of mass events;

5) other initiatives aimed at improving the security of mass events.

Article. 12. [the law the Governor to order persist with recording equipment and sound events of mass] 1. The Governor may, by administrative decision, impose on the organiser of the event a mass organized in a place not covered by the list referred to in article 1. 11 (1). 4, its fixation with recording equipment and sound.

2. The provisions of article 4. 11 (1). 6 to 8 and 10 shall apply mutatis mutandis.



Article. 12A. [Funding educational programs, information and training] (4) the competent Minister of physical culture can fund education programs, information and training for the improvement of the security state of mass sporting events and to combat negative phenomena in sports.



Chapter 3 safety of football Art. 13. [identification of persons participating in a football game] 1. [5] the organizer of football club participating in one of the three highest League classes divisions compete for men, regardless of the type of event, IE. national or international, provides identification of the people participating in this event, regardless of the obligations and requirements referred to in article 3(1). 6.2. [6] the objects used to host football matches referred to in paragraph 1. 1 shall be equipped with compatible between each other electronic systems used to identify people, ticket sales, controls being in place and during a football game, to control access to specific places and the verification of the information referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). and (c).

2A. [7] regardless of the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2,: 1) central system to identify participants in the football matches played in the highest League Division competition;

2) central system to identify participants in the football matches played in the second and third highest League Division competition of men.

2B [8] Administrator of the data collected in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2A, are competent managers of these competitions.

2 c [9] Compatibility means that electronic systems, referred to in paragraph 1. 2, must be connected to the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2A, and work on the basis of the social security number, and if it was not given-type, series and number of the document confirming the identity, after the transfer of the data referred to in paragraph 1. 4.2d. [10] (repealed).

3. [11] Technical Requirements-utilities systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, for objects used to keep playing football matches referred to in paragraph 1. 1, determine the appropriate management of these competitions.

3A. [12] (repealed).

4. scope of the processed data identifying the person participating in a football game includes: 1) first and last name;

2) [13] (repealed)

3) social security number, and if it was not given-type, series and number of the proof of identity;

4) [14] (repealed)

5) [15] (repealed).

5. (repealed).

6. the application for a permit to conduct mass events organiser attaches a statement of eligibility, referred to in paragraph 1. 2.7. Collection and processing of data in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, is intended to ensure the safety of the people participating in the football match.

8. [16] the scope of the data collected in the system, referred to in paragraph 1. 2A paragraph 1 includes: 1) the data referred to in paragraph 1. 4, 2) the data referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). a – c, 3) information of the prohibition, including the provided by the organizers of mass events – the extent to which data and information are the participants in the football matches played in the highest League Division competition of men.

9. [17] the scope of the data collected in the system, referred to in paragraph 1. 2A paragraph 2, includes: 1) the data referred to in paragraph 1. 4, 2) the data referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). a – c, 3) information of the prohibition, including the provided by the organizers of mass events – the extent to which data and information are the participants in the football matches played in the second and third highest League Division competition of men.

10. Data to the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a shall provide within its jurisdiction: 1) the competent Polish Sports Association;

2) [18] the competent governing body;

3) organizer of the football match;

4) Commander in Chief of police;

5) an entity entitled to distribute the tickets.

11. Contributors to the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, are responsible for the completeness, timeliness, and accuracy of the data transmitted.

12. Access to data collected in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, in their respective areas of competence are: 1) the competent Polish Sports Association;

2) [19] the competent governing body;

3) organizer of the football match;

4) an entity entitled to distribute tickets;

5) the police, in the field of verification of the correctness of the information about the persons referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). and (c), and in connection with the preparatory proceedings or emergency operations-identification.

13. [20] the data collected in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, shall be stored no longer than for a period of 2 years from the date of the last purchase entrance ticket by a participant in a football game or transfer him to another document entitlement to reside in the football match.

13A. [21] If the data collected in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a, relate to the person against whom the judgment was given or the prohibition referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). and (c), the period referred to in paragraph 1. 13, shall be counted from the day of expiry of the period of prohibition or the period for which the measure has been ordered.

14. The data collected in the systems referred to in paragraph 1. 2 and 2a shall be subject to removal if: 1) were collected in contravention of this Act;

2) proved to be incomplete, out of date or inaccurate;


3) the period referred to in paragraph 1. 13. Article. 14. [Prohibition Club] 1. The organizer of the football match Club ban may apply to the prohibition to participate in subsequent mass events carried out by the organiser of the football match, by the organizer of the person who is guilty of violating the object (terrain) or the rules of the event.

1a. The prohibition of the Club referred to in paragraph 1. 1, also applies to subsequent mass events be carried out with the participation of the organizer's team played outside the headquarters of the Organizer, and can be applied for violation of the object (terrain) or the rules of mass events involving teams of the Organizer.

2. The period of prohibition Club may not be longer than 2 years from the date of its issue.

3. the organizer of the football match, within 7 days from the date of application of the prohibition of the Club, it shall inform the person to whom the prohibition applies. Information defines the period of prohibition on the participation of the people.

4. [22] Person to punish non-Club, referred to in paragraph 1. 1, used the right application for retrial to the entity that applied the prohibition Club.

4A. [23] (repealed).

5. [24] an entity referred to in paragraph 1. 1, specifies in its rules of procedure form, mode and time limit for making the application for re-examination of the case referred to in paragraph 1. 4, as well as the mode and date of its outcome.

6. [25] the term examination of the application specified in the regulations, referred to in paragraph 1. 5, should be designated so that from the date of application to the date of its consideration within more than 14 days.

7. (repealed).

8. [26] Judgment of an entity referred to in paragraph 1. 1, issued as a result of an application referred to in paragraph 1. 4, is final.

8A. [27] the decision to apply the prohibition on the Club by an entity referred to in paragraph 1. 1 person to punish the right to complain to the competent administrative court.

9. information on the prohibition of the Club is processed in systems referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 2 and 2a.

Article. 15. [the sale of the entrance ticket to a football match] 1. [28] Sales ticket to a football match or other qualifying document to reside on a particular person follows after obtaining the data referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 4, in accordance with the document proving the identity.

2. [29] on the ticket to a football match or other document which entitles to reside on it shall be the data referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 4, and the number of spots, which applies to this ticket or a document entitling to reside at the game.

2A. [30] in the case of football matches with an international dimension, including football matches held in the territory of the Republic of Poland in the International Football Federation (FIFA) or the Union of European football associations (UEFA), the provisions of paragraph 1. 1 and 2 shall not apply to participants who are foreigners, if a ticket or other document giving entitlement to reside on the football match receive outside the territory of the Republic of Poland, in accordance with the provisions of the law of the place of issue.

2B. [31] on a ticket or other document which entitles to reside at matches, referred to in paragraph 1. 2A, the number of the seat.

3. the organizer of the football match or by him entitled to distribute refuses to sell ticket or other entitlement to reside on it: 1) to the person to whom the ruling was issued: a) prohibiting entry to the party, b) obliging to refrain from being in places performing mass events, issued by the Court to the accused in connection with a conditional suspension of the execution of imprisonment or to a minor on the basis of article. 6 paragraph 2 of the law of 26 October 1982 on proceedings in cases of minors (OJ 2010 # 33, item 178, as amended);

2) to a person in respect of whom the enjoined the club or ban foreign;

3) to a person for which there is a reasonable suspicion that the site and for the duration of the mass events may pose a threat to the security of mass events.

4. [32] the organiser of the football match is obliged to sell tickets or other documents giving entitlement to reside in the designated areas.

5. [33] a ticket to a football match or other document giving entitlement to reside on it is valid together with the document proving the identity.

Article. 16. [Introduction to a football match the minor] access to the football match of a minor under 13 years occurs only under the supervision of an adult.



Article. 16A. [construction projects stadiums] [34] 1. Construction of stadiums are subject to arrangements with the competent local commander of the provincial (Commander of the Capital) police, the competent local commander of the regional State fire and appropriate sports compound, in terms of the establishment and functioning of infrastructure affecting the safety of the people participating in the football matches.

2. projects referred to in paragraph 1. 1, are subject to additional arrangements with the appropriate Union in terms of the establishment and functioning of the infrastructure: 1) filling the stadium by persons participating in football matches, 2) facilities for people participating in football matches, 3) carrying out television broadcasts of football matches-while maintaining safety rules laid down in the arrangements referred to in paragraph 1. 1.3. Reconcile projects referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, without prejudice to the provisions concerning the reconciliation in terms of fire protection construction projects construction.

Article. 17. [Delegation] the competent Minister of the Interior in consultation with the competent Minister for Cultural Affairs and Minister for housing, local planning and zoning and housing shall determine, by regulation, conditions of security, which should meet the stadiums, on which they can be held football matches, in particular regarding: 1) technical solutions for managing and controlling the flow of the people participating in football matches , 2) introduction the identification of persons involved in the football matches, 3) their equipment in the infrastructure including, in particular, the integrated command position, the positioning of the people participating in the football game, the control system inputs and outputs, parking facilities and transport hubs-taking into account the need to ensure the safety and smooth operation of mass events and the safety of persons participating in them.



Article. 17A. [Conditions expose participants to the football match standing places] [35] 1. The organizer of the football match may make available to the participants of the football match standing room subject to the following rules: 1) the number of the standing capacity made available shall not exceed 25% of the total number of seats in the stadium, determined in accordance with the provisions of the building code and fire safety regulations;

2) one seat may be converted into only one General admission, with the possibility of reinstatement;

3) organizer of the football match can provide standing room for supporters of the home team and the visiting team, in a ratio of 4:1, ensuring that admission, provided for the two groups of supporters, will remain separated from each other in a way that minimises the possibility of calling a security threat on the football match.

2. the competent Minister of construction, the local planning and land-use planning and housing in consultation with the competent Minister for Cultural Affairs and the competent Minister of the Interior shall determine, by regulation, the technical requirements of the infrastructure sectors that are standing room, taking into account the need to ensure the safety of participants in the football matches.

Article. 18. [the application of the provisions of the Act] [36] the provisions of this chapter shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Organization of mass sporting events, venture, with the exception of art. 16A. Chapter 4 of the reference Service and information services Article. 19. [Members service ordinal and service information] 1. Members of the ordinal services devoted to security and public order in time and in the place of the event.

2. the members of the information service work for the safety of the participants of the event, in particular by informing them of the adopted solutions.

3. the members of the services referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, shall be required to have identification and completed the training referred to in legislation issued on the basis of art. 23.4. The head of the security may be only the person who completed the training referred to in legislation issued on the basis of art. 23, and, in the case of mass events risk was also registered in the list of eligible employees of physical protection referred to in article 1. 26 of the Act of 22 August 1997 on the protection of persons and property.


Article. 20. [powers of ordinal and information services] 1. Reference and information service are entitled to: 1) verifying and determining the powers of the people to participate in the party, and in case of absence of such privileges – call them to leave mass events;

2) authorizing persons to establish their identity;

3) viewing the contents of luggage and clothing of persons in the event of suspicion that these individuals contribute or have the items referred to in article 1. 8 paragraph 1. 2;

4) issue instructions to the ordinal to restrict public order or behaves in accordance with the rules of mass events or the rules object (terrain), and, in the case of non-fulfilment of these commands is a call to leave mass events;

5), in order to promptly pass the police, people posing a direct threat to the goods entrusted to the protection and the perpetrators of criminal acts.

2. In the cases referred to in article 1. 11 paragraph 1 and 2 of the Act of 24 may 2013. coercive measures and firearms (OJ poz. 628), service order may use coercive measures, referred to in article 1. 12 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). (a) and (b), paragraph 2 (a). and paragraph 12 (a). and this Act.

3. the use of coercive measures direct and documenting this usage is done on the principles set out in the Act of 24 may 2013. coercive measures and firearms.

4. The activities referred to in paragraph 1. 1, should be performed in a manner that ensures respect for human dignity and other personal goods in relation to which they were taken.

Article. 21. [ID] 1. Safety Manager, members of the service and the information service of the ordinal must be worn in a visible place the ID issued by the Organizer.

2. Id contains the following information: 1) the name of the issuer;

2) identification number and facial image;

3) expiry date;

4) stamp and signature of the issuer.

3. the organizer shall keep a register of the issued IDs, containing the following data: 1) the full name and social security number of a member of the service that receives the identifier or number of the document confirming the identity;

2) the signature of the member service that retrieves the ID, the date and time of download;

3) number certificate of completion by the Member Services training in securing mass events and the identity of the issuer of the certificate.

Article. 22. [obligations of the service regulations and information] 1. Service order shall be obligated to: 1) refuse access to the party mass: a) to the person to whom the ruling was issued:-prohibiting entry to the party, is committing to refrain from being in places performing mass events, issued by the Court to the accused in connection with a conditional suspension of the execution of imprisonment or to a minor on the basis of article. 6 paragraph 2 of the law of 26 October 1982 on proceedings in cases of minors, b) to the person to whom it was released the ban on foreign, c) to the person to whom it was released the Club ban, d) to a person refuses to submit to an operation referred to in article 1. 20(2). 1 paragraphs 1 to 3, e) to a person under the prominent influence of alcohol, narcotics, psychotropic substances or other similar-acting measures, f) person with weapons or other items, materials, goods, drinks, measure or substances referred to in article 1. 8 paragraph 1. 2, g) person acting aggressively, provocatively or otherwise hazardous for the safety or public order;

1A) refuse access to the party a massive person does not have a ticket or other entitlement to reside in the event of mass;

2) remove from a place of carrying out of mass events people that his behavior disrupt public order or behave in accordance with the rules of the object (terrain) or the rules of mass events;

3) remove from a place of carrying out of mass events of the person referred to in paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). and (c).

2. Information Services are obliged to: 1) information about amenities and safety requirements specified by the organizer or emergency services;

2) provide information on the location of points medical and sanitary;

3) supervise the safe entry and exit of people participating in the event of mass;

4) not admitting people participating in the event to places not intended for the public;

5) promptly respond to incidents and threats and take the necessary remedial action, in particular by informing about them order services;

6) observe all areas of potential threats and prevent excessive concentration of people;

7) guard the observance of the provisions of the regulations of the object (terrain) and of the rules of mass events;

8) respond to complaints made by persons participating in the event.

3. In order to implement the obligation, referred to in paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). a or b, or a person authorized by him shall direct a request to the competent for the place of the event, commanding district (district, municipal) police, in accordance with the rules set out in Chapter 7.

4. in the case where the action of the service ordinal, referred to in paragraph 1. 1, are ineffective, the organizer or Manager to the Security Police for assistance, it shall immediately confirming this fact a written declaration.

5. where a party storage is carried out in areas that are on the Board of the organizational units of the subordinate, subordinate or supervised by the Minister of national defence, the instance referred to in paragraph 1. 4, is directed to the military police.

6. In the case referred to in paragraph 1. 4 or 5, the service order and information services perform the command of the police or the military police.

Article. 23. [Delegation], the Council of Ministers shall determine by regulation: 1) what should be the head of reference services, security and information services of training, including the subject matter and the form of training, the unit responsible for their conduct and the pattern of a certificate of completion of training, 2) ordinal services and information services, taking into account the nature of mass events and the foreseeable risks, 3) the manner and scope of reference services and information services control powers of the people to participate in the event of mass in this way, authorizing and events participants view their baggage and clothing, 4) procedure order services and information services, if necessary, remove the participant in the event of massive state aid that distorts public policy, 5) way of documenting the service order and information services steps taken during the performance of their duties-with a view to ensuring proper training of those services, their equipment and labelling and performance of duties under this Act.



Chapter 5 of the authorisation to conduct mass events Article. 24. [the authority issuing the authorisation to carry out mass events] issuing a permit to conduct mass events, hereinafter referred to as the "authority", is mayor, Mayor or city President, competent for the location of the event.

Article. 25. [the organiser's Obligations in connection with the carrying out of mass events] 1. In order to carry out mass events organizer, not later than 30 days before the scheduled date of its commencement: 1) occurs to the authority with the application for a permit to conduct mass events;

2) returns to the appropriate topical: commanding district (district, municipal) police and the Commander of the district (municipal) State fire, administrator of emergency medical teams and the State Sanitary Inspector of the request for an opinion about the necessary size of the forces and resources needed to secure the event, objections to the technical state of object (terrain) and of foreseeable threats;

3) notifies the locally competent: a) Commander of the border guard Division, in the case of mass events in the frontier zone, b) field commander OU military police, in the case of mass events in areas that are on the Board of the organizational units of the subordinate, subordinate or supervised by the Minister of national defence.

1a. [37] the time limit referred to in paragraph 1. 1, may be shortened to 14 days in exceptional and justified cases, in particular where the need for mass events organization is apparent from the grounds of an emergency and if the nature of mass events corresponds to the purpose of the object specified in the project construction of the object.

2. the application referred to in paragraph 1. 1, point 2, shall be accompanied by: 1) documentation and information referred to in article 1. 26 paragraph. 1;

2) program and the rules of the event, along with information about how to make it to the participants of mass events;

3) terms and conditions of the object (terrain), along with information about how to make it to the participants of mass events;

4) a written statement specifying the ordinal service mission and information services;


5) conditions for communication between actors involved in the protection of mass events.

3. The relevant topical: Commandant of the district (district, municipal) police, Commander of district (municipal) State fire service, emergency medical teams, the authorising officer shall state sanitary inspector and issue opinions referred to in paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 2, within 14 days from the date of receipt of the request for their release.

3A. [38] to the reviews referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2. 1 paragraph 2 does not apply to article. 106 of the administrative procedure code.

3B. [39] in the case referred to in paragraph 1. 1A, an opinion referred to in paragraph 1. 3, followed by within 7 days from the date of receipt of the request for their release.

4. the Individual referred to in paragraph 1. 1 paragraph 2 shall remain valid for 6 months from their date of issue.

Article. 26. [the annexes to the application for a permit to conduct mass events] 1. The organizer of the application referred to in article 2. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 1 shall: 1) a graphical plan (land) on which the event is to be conducted, together with his descriptions, including: a) handle and roads of the people participating in the event, escape routes and access routes for emergency vehicles and police, b) [40] the designation of points of medical care, the arrangement of water for fire-fighting and information points, c) the designation of the location of fire hydrants valves, water, gas and electricity and other elements affecting the safety of the users of the object or terrain, d) information on the distribution of ordinal services and information services, distribution of the people participating in the event and the eventual separation of their sector and distribution outlets and sanitary facilities, e) [41] the designation of the sectors on which during the football match will be made available to the General admission-if the Organizer intends to announce the participants standing room;

2) a statement referred to in article 1. 6 paragraph 1. 4, subject to the provisions of paragraph 2. 2;

3) schedule football matches or schedule other mass events – in the case of mass events held periodically;

4) about: a) [42] the number of seats for the people at the party, and if the organiser wishes to make on the football match standing room-also the number of standing places, b) foreseeable safety hazards and public order, c), organization, marking, equipment and how to deploy the service ordinal and information services;

5) [43] information about the person nominated to head for the safety, including its data: first name, last name, social security number, if allocated, the number and date of issue of the certificate of completion of training for managers for the safety of mass events, and, in the case of event risk storage in addition to the entry number on the list of eligible employees of physical protection;

6) about how to ensure the identification of persons involved in the event of mass-in the case of a football match or risk mass events;

7) information about the installed video and audio recording equipment referred to in article 1. 11.

8) informing the entities referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 3 – in the case of mass events in the frontier zone or on sites that are on the Board of the organizational units of the subordinate, subordinate or supervised by the Minister of national defence;

9) schedule expose an object or site participants and events schedule leave their this object or terrain, if the rules of mass events provides a variable number of people during its duration.

2. the Opinions referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1, paragraph 2, and the statement referred to in article 1. 6 paragraph 1. 4, the organizer shall attach to the request referred to in article 2. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 1 shall without delay, but not later than 14 days before the date of the start of the event.

2A. [44] in the case referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1A, reviews referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1, paragraph 2, and the statement referred to in article 1. 6 paragraph 1. 4, the organizer shall attach to the request referred to in article 2. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 1, immediately.

2B. [45] where the competent jurisdiction commanding district (district, municipal) police, referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 point 2, it follows that the mass event should be classified as risk storage organizer can join the documentation referred to in paragraph 1. 2, the application for a residence permit for him at the event mass less abundance of ordinal services and information than referred to in article 4. 6 paragraph 1. 2 paragraph 2.

3. Where the holder, the holder, the user object or the object, which is to be made a party, began its operation in accordance with the provisions of the construction law, and the nature of mass events is consistent with the intended purpose of the object, the application referred to in article 2. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 1, accompanied by important reviews, referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1, paragraph 2, of the relevant topical: Commandant of the district (municipal) State fire and state sanitary inspector.

Article. 27. [the permission authority to request additional documentation] authority may require additional documentation from the organiser in the form of: 1) a copy of the current protocols of the control referred to in article 1. 62 paragraph 1. 1 of the Act of 7 July 1994-construction law (Journal of laws of 2010 # 243, poz. 1623, as amended);

2) document attesting to compliance with the obligation to conclude a contract of insurance, referred to in article 2. 53 paragraph 1. 1;

3) written permission to conduct a mass event, issued by the head of the organizational unit, national forest, national park or nature reserve, where the conduct of the event on the grounds of the Board of the entity.

Article. 28. [opinion of the Police Commissioner and the State fire service] 1. Jurisdiction commanding district (district, municipal) police and jurisdiction the Commander of district (municipal) State fire issue, referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 2, based on surveys of the object (the land), on which the event is to be carried out, and on the basis of the submitted by the organiser the documents and information referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 2.2. Jurisdiction commanding district (district, municipal) Police issue an opinion in addition, on the basis of a risk analysis identifying the expected threats to security and public order that may occur in connection with the event.

Article. 29. [authorization for mass events or denied its release] 1. Authority shall issue the authorisation or refusing to issue at least 7 days before the scheduled date of carrying out of the event.

2. the authorisation shall contain: 1) the name of the Organizer;

2) determine the type of mass events;

3) name of mass events;

4) conditions of carrying out mass events, including: a) the place of her conduct, (b)) the start and end time, c) maximum number of people that can participate in it, d) the number of members of the service and the information service of the ordinal, determined in accordance with article 4. 6 paragraph 1. 2, e) about installing video and audio recording equipment referred to in article 1. 11.3. Authority in the authorisation that the event is a mass risk where this is due to: 1) information about the anticipated risks referred to in article 1. 26 paragraph. 1 point 4 (b). (b);

2) reviews commanding district (district, municipal) police;

3) proposal of the management entity of the competitions.

3A. [46] Authority, taking into account the projected risks to security and public order, after consultation with the competent local commander of the district (district, municipal) Police may in the authorisation referred to in paragraph 1. 1, take into account the application referred to in article 1. 26 paragraph. 2B by allowing the promoter to provide a smaller number the ordinal services and information than referred to in article 4. 6 paragraph 1. 2, paragraph 2, and the number of information services may not be lower than that determined in accordance with article 5. 6 paragraph 1. 2, paragraph 1, and the number of ordinal services is increased by at least 200% in relation to the number of known in accordance with article 5. 6 paragraph 1. 2, paragraph 1.

4. the Authority refuses to issue a permit in the case of: 1) is not filed by the organizer of the reviews referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 point 2 and the documents referred to in article 1. 26;

2) failure by the organizer of the obligations and requirements referred to in article 3(1). 6 or in article 7. 13 paragraph 1. 2.5. The issue of a residence permit or deny its release follows by way of administrative decision. A copy of the decision of the authority shall immediately, but not later than within 3 days from the date of its issue, the entities listed in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 point 2 and the Palatine.

6. Reference Organizer from the decision referred to in paragraph 1. 5, not prevent its implementation.


Article. 30. [mass events held periodically] 1. If the events are carried out by the same organiser in the same facilities (sites) to conduct mass events, at least 2 times per year or mass events, for which the schedule of mass events held periodically, the authority shall issue a permit to carry out the indicated by the organizer of a number of mass events or for them to be carried out over a period of one year.

2. The organizer of the mass events carried out in the mode, referred to in paragraph 1. 1, passes on the 14 days prior to the scheduled date of their conduct, due to the location of the event mass commanders no longer accrue district (district, municipal) police and commanders no longer accrue district (urban) State fire service, emergency medical teams dysponentowi and public health officer the information referred to in the article. 25 paragraph 2. 2 paragraph 2 and 3 and article. 26 paragraph. 1 paragraph 4 – 6.

3. The authorisation referred to in paragraph 1. 1, about a football game, is issued for the period indicated in the schedule of the tournament football matches referred to in art. 26 paragraph. 1 paragraph 3.

4. in the event of a change of the term mass events which take place once or according to the schedule referred to in article 2. 26 paragraph. 1, paragraph 3, for 7 days before the date of its commencement shall notify the authority and the entities referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 point 2.



Chapter 6 the screening event of mass Art. 31. [control authority] 1. The body controls the compliance of the course of events risk mass with the conditions set out in the permit.

2. the authority can control compliance course of events is not a mass event storage venture with the conditions set out in the permit.

2A. in carrying out the activities referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, the authority may use the forces and means of the locally competent: Commandant of the district (district, municipal) police, Commander of the County (City) State fire, administrator of emergency medical teams and the State Sanitary Inspector.

3. the authority in connection with its assessment of the control referred to in paragraph 1. 1 and 2, shall have the right to: 1) request from the organizer information, documents and data necessary to exercise control;

2) free admission to a place of carrying out of the event and other areas directly connected with the carrying out of mass events;

3) perform vetting places referred to in paragraph 2;

4) requests from people acting in the name and on behalf of the organiser to provide information in oral and written form in the field carried out control.

4. [47] in the case of failure by the organizer of the conditions set out in the authorization authority may issue a decision to discontinue the event, giving it a rigor immediate enforceability, which shall immediately inform the appropriate voivode. The decision shall be delivered to the organiser within 7 days from the date of interruption of the event.

4A. [48] by issuing the decision referred to in paragraph 1. 4, the authority shall also take into account the security risks that may cause interruption of the event.

5. In case of breach of the safety of mass events by its Organizer, the entities referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 2, may apply to the authority for its termination.

Article. 32. [Decision on the prohibition of the conduct mass events] Authority shall issue a decision on the prohibition of the conduct of the event, if after issue of a permit finds that have been compromised safety conditions that give rise to his release.

Article. 33. [a reference to self-governing College appeal] 1. From the decision of the authority referred to in article 1. 29 and in the article. 32, may be appealed to the self-governing College appeal.

2. the local government College of appeal shall consider the appeal referred to in paragraph 1. 1, within 4 days from the date of its filing.

Article. 34. [powers of the Governor in the case of a negative evaluation of the security of mass events] 1. In the case of a negative assessment of the State of security and public order in connection with the planned or carried out mass party Governor, by way of an administrative decision, it may: 1) prohibit the carrying out of the event with the participation of the mass audience across the object or in its separate sectors;

2) enter, for a definite or indefinite, a ban on the carrying out by the organizer of the mass events in the province or a part of it.

2. A copy of the decision immediately after her release the Governor transmits to entities referred to in article 1. 25 paragraph 2. 1.3. The decision referred to in paragraph 1. 1, may be appealed to the Minister of Internal Affairs, which shall examine them within 14 days from the date of its filing.

4. An appeal against a decision as referred to in paragraph 2. 1, not prevent its implementation.

Article. 34A. [Stop mass events] 1. The Governor may, by administrative decision, stop the mass event if its further course can endanger the life or health of persons or property in large sizes, and action to be taken by the Organizer are not sufficient to ensure security and public order.

2. In adopting the decision, the Governor also takes account of a security risk that may cause interruption of the event.

3. The decision to discontinue the event storage suitable rigor immediate enforceability.

4. On the content of the decision of the Governor shall notify immediately the organizer of the event and relevant actors listed in the article. 25 paragraph 2. 1.5. The decision shall be delivered to the organiser within 7 days from the date of interruption of the event.



Chapter 7 rules for the collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events Article. 35. [the collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events] 1. Collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events takes place in order to prevent crimes and offences related to these events and to combat them.

2. the processing of the information on the safety of mass events takes place in accordance with the provisions on the protection of personal data without the obligation to inform people, to which they relate.

Article. 36. [the collection and processing of information on the safety of mass sporting events] 1. Authority of government administration competent in matters of collection and processing of information on the safety of mass sporting events, including football matches, is the Commander in Chief of police, hereinafter referred to as "Commander".

2. The Commander collects and processes information about mass events other than sports events, including football matches in the data about the persons referred to in article 1. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). (a) and (b), and of the time limits and places these events.

3. [49] (repealed).

4. [50] (repealed).

Article. 37. [task of Commander in Chief of police] Commander of task should be, in particular: 1) collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events;

2) database on the safety of mass events;

3) developing analysis of the information on the safety of mass sporting events, including football matches;

4) to ensure the safety of processed information on the safety of mass events, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 29 August 1997 on the protection of personal data (Journal of laws of 2002, No 101, item 926., as amended.);

5) cooperation with foreign entities to the extent referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3.

Article. 38. [Entities receiving from the Commandant of the safety information of mass events] 1. Entities competent in terms of its competence to receive from Commanding the information on the safety of mass events, hereinafter referred to as "eligible entities" are: 1) the police;

2) the public prosecutor's Office;

3) courts;

4) border guard;

5) State Fire Brigade;

6), Government Protection Bureau;

7) internal security agency;

8) military police;

9) guards the municipal (town);

10) public authorities competent to issue permits to carry out mass events;

11) services responsible for security in the areas of railways, railway infrastructure managers, public carriers;

12) sports unions circulated;

13) sports clubs;

14) the organizers of mass sporting events, including football matches;

15), the League managers;

16) foreign institutions;

17) the competent minister of physical culture.

2. the organizers of mass events other than sports events, including football matches, are entitled in respect of their statutory tasks, to receive from the Commander of the information concerning the persons referred to in art. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). (a) and (b).

3. [51] provincial Commanders (commandant of the Capital) police and commanders powiatowi (district, municipal) Police shall transmit to the entities referred to in paragraph 1. 1 paragraphs 1 to 15, at the request of these bodies, the information referred to in article 1. 36 paragraph 1. 2 and art. 40, on mass events organized in the area of these commanders. The provisions of article 4. 42 paragraph 1. 1, 4 and 5, art. 43, art. 44 paragraph 1. 1, 2 and 4, art. 45, art. 46 and article. 47 shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article. 39. [Entities obliged to communicate to the Commissioner the information on the safety of mass events] 1. Obliged entities to pass to the Commandant, the information on the safety of mass events, hereinafter referred to as "the obliged entities" are the entities referred to in article 1. 38 paragraph 2. 1 paragraphs 1 to 15, plus: 1) national criminal record information Office and the courts, in which final judgment has been passed upon a punishment for a misdemeanor penalty other than the punishment of detention;

2) sports associations;

3) organizers;

4) owners of properties where there are mass sport events, including football matches;

5) tour operators;

6) national air carriers performing public transport.

2. [52] obliged entities shall communicate to commanders no longer accrue provincial (Commander Stołecznemu) police and commanders no longer accrue district (district, municipal) police, at the request of the commanders, the information referred to in article 1. 36 paragraph 1. 2 and art. 40, on mass events organized in the area of these commanders. The provisions of article 4. 41, art. 42 paragraph 1. 1-3 and art. 45 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Article. 40. [the range of collected and processed information on the safety of mass sporting events] scope of collected and processed information on the safety of mass sporting events, including football games, contains the data: 1) about the persons against whom criminal proceedings are pending or against which the application has been on punishment for the act committed in connection with a massive sporting event, including the game of football, including: a) the name and last name , used aliases, b) date and place of birth, c) social security number or the series and number of the document confirming the identity of the person, d) address of residence or permanent residence, e) mailing address, f) about criminal records, g) belonging to fan clubs and the characteristics of the behaviour during and in connection with the mass sports events, including football matches;

2) people, which sank into a final judgment or final decision on punishment for a crime or an offence, committed in connection with the massive sporting event, including the game of football, including: a) your first and last name, used aliases, b) date and place of birth, c) social security number or the series and number of the document confirming the identity of the person, d) address of residence or permanent residence, e) mailing address , f) about criminal records, g) information about the use of the criminal ban on party mass or measure referred to in article 2. 15 paragraph 1. 3 (1) (a). b, h) belonging to fan clubs and the characteristics of the behaviour during and in connection with the mass sports events, including football matches;

3) with clubs, organizations, associations and communities of fans, including: a) their name, (b)) name and surname of the person acting on behalf of people who are members, (c)) the number of members, d) meeting place and behavior characteristics and methods of operation of persons referred to in point (a). c, and characteristics, in particular the labelling of clothes, e) information deed bearing the hallmarks of the crime or offence of a chuligańskim with the participation of the persons referred to in point (a). c, f) information about the relationships between the various clubs, organizations and associations;

4) incurred in connection with the organized events the mass collective breach of order and public security, and chuligańskich behaviour, including: a) the date and place of the event, b) information about the type of event, which event occurred, c) the effects of the event, d) information about the actions and remedial measures taken;

5) about relationships and sports clubs, including: a) the name of the Association or club sports and their authorities, b) address, (c)) information on the type of competition in which the Association or Club participated, and which has qualified, d) information about sports, association or Club constantly uses;

6) schedule League football matches or schedule other mass sporting events, giving approximate number of participants;

7) about the objects in which they are organized mass sport events, including football matches, including: a) the type of object and its name, b) information concerning the authorisation of an object to use, c) information on the position of the object, along with the plan and its description, d) information about the capacity of the object e) information about ordinal services and service information;

8) movement of people participating in mass sports events, including football matches, and their stay at locations organize these events and information about the means of transport, enjoyed, rebounds, travel routes and of groups of participants;

9) organizers of mass sporting events, including football matches, travel organizers and people participating in mass sports events, including football matches, including: a) the business name or name of the Organizer along with its headquarters and address, b) determination of mass sports events, including football, in which there is a passage;

10) bans foreign and foreign institutions the right to work, including their name, registered office and address.

Article. 41. [information submitted by obliged entities] 1. The obliged entities, subject to the provisions of paragraph 2. 2, shall provide safety information Commissioner mass sporting events, including football matches, as soon as they are received, but not later than within 24 hours from the time of their receipt.

2. Obliged entities referred to in: 1) art. 38 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 13 – shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40 paragraph 3 – 5 and 9;

2) art. 38 paragraph 2. 1 paragraph 15 shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40 paragraph 3 – 7 and 9;

3) art. 39 paragraph 2 shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40 paragraph 3 – 5 and 9;

4) art. 39 paragraph 3 shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40 3, 6 – 10;

5) art. 39 paragraph 4 shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40, paragraphs 4 and 7;

6) art. 39 5 to provide information referred to in article 1. 40 points 8 and 9;

7) art. 39 section 6 shall communicate the information referred to in article 1. 40 paragraph 4, 8 and 9.

Article. 42. [how to pass information on the safety of mass events] 1. Information on the safety of mass events shall be by means of electronic communication or by direct delivery to the nearest police station or district commands (urban, regional) police.

2. operators shall communicate the information required on the registration card.

3. Entities authorized to obtain the information direct inquiries, together with the reasons therefor, to the Commandant on the tabs of the query.

4. The Commander can provide information on the cards of the response.

5. The Commander can pass information on the safety of mass sporting events, including football matches, principal, non-entity authorized, at his written request, if it concerns the statutory obligations of the entity.

6. the competent Minister of the Interior shall determine, by regulation, the way in which the information on the safety of mass events by the obliged entities, registration and inquiry cards card patterns cards answer, given the data that must be on the cards, the rightholder and of the obliged entity, the content of the information referred to in paragraph 1. 2, and the inquiries referred to in paragraph 1. 3, as well as the grounds referred to in article 2. 43, as well as the need to ensure the security of the information provided, in particular, from unauthorized use.

Article. 43. [Query the rightholder] 1. The Commander shall provide information on the safety of mass events immediately upon receipt from the holder of the query and the reasons for it. The rationale should indicate the reason of your query.

2. If the query does not contain a justification or it is insufficient, the Commander returns to the rightholder referred to in paragraph 1. 1, fill in the relevant information.

3. where the information collected in the database information on the safety of mass events are not sufficient to respond to the request, the Commandant there asking to obliged entities to the extent necessary to reply. An obliged entity, to which the Commander with the inquiry, is obliged to immediately provide an answer in the range specified in art. 41. Article. 44. [a person authorized to act on behalf of an entity authorized] 1. Inquiry directs a person authorized to act on behalf of the rightholder.

2. The authorisation should specify the types of cases which may affect the query.

3. the Chief shall maintain a record of persons comprising the following information: first name, last name, social security number, name and address of the person on whose behalf the request was addressed, having regard to the scope of granted authorizations.

4. If the query will return an attacker or it exceeds the scope of the mandate, the Commander shall notify the entity authorized and provide it with the content of a complex query response.


Article. 45. [Registration in the database content queries and answers] the content of the question addressed by the Commander or Commander, as well as the response body of the obliged entity or Commander is subject to registration in the database referred to in article 1. 37 paragraph 2.

Article. 45A. [information about the location and dates of mass events submitted to the operator panel monitoring] Commander shall immediately forward to the operator panel the monitoring referred to in the rules of execution of imprisonment outside the penitentiary on electronic surveillance, information about the location and dates of mass events in relation to each of the persons referred to in art. 22 paragraph 1. 1 (1) (a). and, in respect of which the Court stated the obligation to reside in during mass events in a particular place of residence.

Article. 46. [how we collect and process information on the safety of mass events] collection and processing of information on the safety of mass events can be made with the use of electronic equipment and systems, cards, catalogs and collections.

Article. 47. [notification of irregularities, information on the safety of mass events] 1. An obliged entity, which found an irregularity communicated by the information on the safety of mass events, inform immediately the Commander.

2. In the case referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the Commander shall immediately inform about irregularities information on the safety of mass events eligible parties that the information it received.

Article. 48. [Storing the information on the safety of mass events] Information on the safety of mass events Commander in stores for a period of 10 years.

Article. 49. [Deleting from the database the information on the safety of mass events] information on safety of mass events are removed from the database if: 1) collection and processing is prohibited;

2) have become obsolete;

3) turned out to be untrue;

4) period, referred to in article 2. 48. Article. 50. [inquiry to foreign institutions] 1. The Commander may direct an inquiry to foreign institutions in order to carry out the tasks set out by law.

2. The Commander in order to prevent and combat manifestations of violence and hooliganism during mass events, in particular football matches, can provide information on the safety of mass events to foreign institutions, in particular the information necessary to ensure order and security during mass events with an international dimension.

3. To provide information to foreign institutions shall apply mutatis mutandis the provisions of this chapter.

Article. 51. [sport governed by the provisions of this chapter] the provisions of this chapter shall apply mutatis mutandis to the events which are the matches or competition of women or men in the following sports: 1) Speedway;

2) ice hockey.



Chapter 8 the liability for damages in connection with the protection of mass events Article. 52. [liable for damage] 1. The organizer of the event, for which admission is paid, be liable for any damage, including the equivalent of destroyed or damaged property, which have suffered Police, military police, municipal police (City), the national fire brigade and other units of fire protection and health care, in connection with their activities at the site and for the duration of the event.

2. the entities referred to in paragraph 1. 1, submit the Organizer a list of destroyed or damaged property and the amount of damage suffered within 14 days from the date of injury.

3. The proper Minister of the Interior in consultation with the competent Minister of public financies, Minister of national defence, Minister for health and Minister for physical culture shall determine, by regulation, the detailed mode for determining the damages referred to in paragraph 1. 1, and the incidence of compensation, taking into account the need to ensure the proper damage assessment and payment.

Article. 53. [insurance contract liability] 1. The organizer of the event, for which admission is paid, is obliged to conclude a contract liability insurance for damage caused to persons participating in it.

2. the competent Minister of financial institutions in consultation with the competent Minister for physical culture shall determine, by regulation, a detailed scope of insurance, referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the term liability insurance and the minimum guarantee amount, taking into account the nature of the damage that may occur in connection with the mass events.



Chapter 9 criminal law Article. 54. [failure to command the order or summons] 1. [53] Who does not execute the command or order issued under this Act by the order or information services, in time and in the place of the event, shall be punishable by restriction of liberty or a fine of not less than 2000 $.

2. The same penalty shall be subject to who during: 1) mass event is present in the place which is unsuitable for the audience;

2) mass sporting event is present in a sector other than indicated on the ticket or other document which entitles to reside at a party and does not abandon this sector despite the request of the person entitled.

Article. 55. [failure to command of the police or the military police] Who does not perform the command issued by the police or military police, in the place and time of the event, shall be punishable by restriction of liberty or a fine of not less than 2000 $.

Article. 56. [Bringing or possession of alcoholic beverage storage party] Who, contrary to the provisions of the Act brings or has a mass of alcoholic beverages, shall be punishable by restriction of liberty or a fine of not less than 2000 $.

Article. 57. [violation of provisions relating to the information on the safety of mass events] Who, being obliged, does not provide information on the safety of mass events or passes the information inaccurate in this respect shall be subject to the penalty of restriction of liberty or a fine of not less than 2000 $.

Article. 57A. [use a clothing item or object that prevents or substantially hinder the diagnosis of people] Who from a place and at a time of mass sporting event uses a clothing item or object in order to prevent or significantly inconvenience the diagnosis of persons, shall be punishable by restriction of liberty or a fine of not less than 2000 $.

Article. 58. [violation of provisions to allow for the party mass] 1. Who organizes the event mass without the required permit or contrary to the conditions laid down in the authorisation or shall it contrary to the issued the prohibition is subject to a fine of not less than 240 daily rates, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment from 6 months to 8 years.

2. who, by organising a party, does not retain the requirements and conditions of the security referred to in article 1. 5. 2 or in article 3. 6 paragraph 1. 1, shall be subject to a fine of not less than 180 daily rates.

3. The same penalty shall be subject to the who as a member of the service or the information services of the ordinal, exceeding their powers or niedopełniając obligations results in security threat events.

Article. 59. [Bringing or possession of weapons at the party mass] 1. Who seeks or holds a mass weapon, within the meaning of the Act of 21 May 1999 on arms and ammunition (Journal of laws of 2012.576), pyrotechnic materials, dangerous fire or other dangerous items or explosives is subject to a fine of not less than 180 daily rates, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment from 3 months to 5 years.

2. the Court may order forfeiture of the items referred to in paragraph 1. 1, even if they do not constitute property of the offender.

Article. 60. [violation of rules on mass sports events] 1. Who in time of mass sports events, including football, encroaching on the land, on which are played sports, or contrary to the request of the person entitled the place of such leave shall be subject to a fine of not less than 180 daily rates, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment for 3 years.

1a. the Who during the events of mass bursts into the premises or on premises on which is carried out mass party or contrary to the request of the person entitled the place of such leave shall be subject to a fine, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment for a year.

2. who during the events of mass casts an item that could pose a threat to the life, health or safety of persons residing in or stay where the event takes place, or in another, equally dangerous way disrupts the course of the event, shall be subject to a fine of not less than 120 daily rates, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment for 2 years.

3. The penalty referred to in paragraph 1. 2, shall be subject to this, who at the time and place of the event violates the physical integrity of the storage Member ordinal services or information services.

4. [54] if the offender, allowing the acts referred to in paragraph 1. 1-3, uses a clothing item or subject matter to cover your face to prevent or significantly inconvenience the diagnosis of his people,


is subject to a fine of not less than 240 daily rates, the penalty of restriction of liberty or imprisonment from 3 months to 5 years.

5. [55] Who, acting jointly and in agreement with another person or with a dangerous object or the center of the overpowering, a violent attack on a member of the service or information service at a time, and the ordinal in the place of the event, shall be punishable by deprivation of liberty from one to five years.

Article. 61. [Provoking fans to action threaten mass events] Who from a place and at a time of mass sporting event provokes fans to threaten action of this event is subject to a fine of not less than 180 daily rates or penalty of restriction of liberty.

Article. 62. [Recidivism] If the perpetrator punished or convicted of offences referred to in article 1. 54 – 61, within 2 years from the last punishment or conviction, commits an intentional crime or offense like again, the Court may impose a fine of up to the upper limit of its statutory risk increased by half.

Article. 63. [the application of the provisions of the code of conduct in cases of offences] Proceedings in cases of offences referred to in article 1. 54 – 57a shall be on the basis of the provisions of accelerated procedure referred to in section 15 of the Act of August 24, 2001 – the code of conduct in cases of offences (OJ of 2013.395).

Article. 64. [the application of the provisions of the criminal procedure code] Proceedings in cases of offences referred to in article 1. 59-61 runs on the basis of the provisions of the accelerated, referred to in section 54a of the Act of 6 June 1997-the code of criminal procedure (Journal of laws No. 89, item 555, as amended), unless there are grounds to hear the case in these proceedings.

Article. 65. [punishment of the perpetrator of the offence non-admission to the party mass] 1. [56] in the case of punishment for an offence referred to in article 2. 50. 50A, art. 51, art. 52A, art. 124 article. 143 of the Act of 20 May 1971 – the code of misdemeanours (Journal of laws of 2015 item 1094, as amended) or referred to in art. 54 – 56 of this Act, committed in connection with the event mass art and entertainment, the Court may order the measure of criminal ban on a mass party for the period from 2 to 6 years of age.

2. [57] in the case of punishment for an offence referred to in article 2. 50. 50A, art. 51, art. 52A, art. 124 article. 143 of the Act of 20 May 1971-Code infractions, or referred to in art. 54-56 and article. 57A this Act, committed in connection with the massive sporting event, including the game of football, the Court means criminal ban on a mass party for the period from 2 to 6 years of age.

2A. [58] in the case of punishing misconduct of a chuligańskim or an offence referred to in article 2. 50A of the Act of 20 May 1971-Code infractions, if part of the offender in the event of mass threatens the goods protected by the law, the Court may order the measure of criminal ban on a mass party for the period from 2 to 6 years of age.

3. When no trespassing on a massive party for the act committed in connection with a massive sporting event, the Court may decide to ukaranego must attend, at the time of the event, in the organizational unit of the police or in the location specified by the right, because of the place of residence ukaranego, Commander of the County (city, district) police.

4. The Court shall determine the kinds of mass events, concerned must attend, as referred to in paragraph 1. 3, in particular types of football matches, the names of sports clubs and its territorial scope.

5. the obligation referred to in paragraph 1. 3, rules for the period from 6 months to 3 years, not exceeding the period for which the examination of "no trespassing for a party.

Article. 65. [Recognition measure for made] the Court may after half of the period for which was held in the middle of a penalty referred to in article 1. 65 paragraph 1. 1 and 2, be considered executed, if punished comply with the legal order, and the measure of criminal was executed against him for at least a year.

Article. 66. [punishment of offender non-admission to the party mass] [59] To the perpetrators of crimes against life and health, against the safety of popular and the offences referred to in article 1. 222 – 224 of the Act of 6 June 1997 – Penal Code (Journal of laws No. 88, item 553., as amended.) committed in connection with a massive sporting event, including the game of football, or referred to in article 1. 59 – 61 of this Act, the Court shall order ban on entry to the event.

Article. 67. [no trespassing on a football game being played by the Polish national team outside the territory of the RP] ban on entry to the event, referred to in article 2. 65, also applies to a football game being played by the Polish national team and Polish sports club outside the territory of the Republic of Poland.

Article. 68. [Delegation] the competent Minister of the Interior, in consultation with the Minister of Justice, shall determine, by regulation, how to perform ordered for a misdemeanor or a felony the obligation to appear in person in the organizational unit of the police or in the location specified by the right, because of the place of residence of the person by suffering or sentenced, commanding district (district, municipal) police, for the duration of the event, having regard to the way of documenting the implementation of this obligation.



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Article. 78. [Projects rebuild stadiums] Projects rebuilding stadia, existing at the date of entry into force of this Act, shall be subject to the arrangements with the competent local commander of the provincial (Commander of the Capital) police and the relevant sports association and the competent managing body, the League, in terms of the establishment and functioning of infrastructure affecting the safety of the people participating in the football matches.

Article. 79. [the provisions repealed] is repealed the Act of 22 August 1997 on the safety of mass events (Journal of laws of 2005, no. 108, item 909 and 2007. # 99, poz. 663 and 665).

Article. 79A. [the period of validity of the provisions of chapter 9a] Chapter 9a shall apply until 31 December 2012.

Article. 80. [entry into force] this Act shall enter into force on 1 August 2009, with that article. 13 paragraph 1. 1 – with regard to the football matches held outside the framework of the Professional League – shall enter into force on 1 August 2010.

[1] Article. 6 paragraph 1. 3 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 1 of the Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[2] Article. 11 (1). 3 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 2 of the Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[3] Article. 11A added by art. 1 paragraph 3 of the Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[4] Article. 12A added by art. 1 section 4 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[5] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 1 in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[6] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 2 in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[7] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 2A in the version set by the article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[8] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 2B shall be added laid down by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[9] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 2 c in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[10] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 2D repealed by article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.


[11] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 3 in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). (c)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[12] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 3A repealed by article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). (d)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[13] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 4 paragraph 2 of the repealed by article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). e) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

On the basis of article. 6 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707), the data referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 4, paragraph 2, in the systems referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 2 and 2a shall be kept no longer than for a period of 2 years from the 26 November 2015.

[14] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 4 paragraph 4 repealed by article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). e) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

On the basis of article. 6 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707), the data referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. Article 4, point 4, collected in the systems referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 2 and 2a shall be kept no longer than for a period of 2 years from the 26 November 2015.

[15] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 4 paragraph 5 repealed by article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). e) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

On the basis of article. 6 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707), the data referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. Article 4, point 5, collected in the systems referred to in article 1. 13 paragraph 1. 2 and 2a shall be kept no longer than for a period of 2 years from the 26 November 2015.

[16] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 8 in the version set out by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). f) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[17] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 9 in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). f) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[18] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 10 paragraph 2 in the version set by the article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). g) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[19] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 12 paragraph 2 in the version set by the article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). h) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[20] Article. 13 paragraph 1. the following 13, set by the article. 1, paragraph 5 (b). and) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[21] Article. 13 paragraph 1. 13A by art. 1, paragraph 5 (b). j) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[22] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 4 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 6 (c). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[23] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 4A repealed by article. 1 paragraph 6 (c). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[24] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 5 in the version set out by art. 1 paragraph 6 (c). (c)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[25] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 6 in the version set out by art. 1 paragraph 6 (c). (c)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[26] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 8 in the version set out by art. 1 paragraph 6 (c). (d)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[27] Article. 14 paragraph 1. 8A added by art. 1 paragraph 6 (c). e) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[28] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 1 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 7 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[29] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 2 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 7 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[30] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 2A added by art. 1 paragraph 7 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[31] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 2B added by art. 1 paragraph 7 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[32] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 4 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 7 (b). (c)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[33] Article. 15 paragraph 1. 5 added by article. 1 paragraph 7 (b). (d)) of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[34] Article. 16A by art. 1 section 8 of the Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[35] Article. 17A added by art. 1 paragraph 9 of Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[36] Article. 18 in the version set by the article. 1 section 10 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[37] Article. 25 paragraph 2. 1A by art. 1 paragraph 11 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[38] Article. 25 paragraph 2. 3A added by art. 1 paragraph 11 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[39] Article. 25 paragraph 2. 3B added by art. 1 paragraph 11 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[40] Article. 26 paragraph. 1 (1) (a). (b)), in the version established by art. 1, paragraph 12 (a). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[41] Article. 26 paragraph. 1 (1) (a). (e)) by art. 1, paragraph 12 (a). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[42] Article. 26 paragraph. 1 point 4 (b). (a)), in the version set out by art. 1, paragraph 12 (a). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[43] Art. 26 paragraph. 1 point 5 in the version set by the article. 1, paragraph 12 (a). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[44] Article. 26 paragraph. 2A added by art. 1, paragraph 12 (a). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[45] Article. 26 paragraph. 2B added by art. 1, paragraph 12 (a). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[46] Article. 29. 3A added by art. 1 paragraph 13 of the Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.


[47] Article. 31 para. 4 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 14 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[48] Article. 31 para. 4A by art. 1 paragraph 14 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[49] Art. 36 paragraph 1. 3 repealed by article. 1 point 15 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[50] Article. 36 paragraph 1. 4 repealed by article. 1 point 15 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[51] Article. 38 paragraph 2. 3 added by art. 1 paragraph 16 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[52] Article. 39 paragraph 1. 2 added by article. 1 paragraph 17 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[53] Article. 54 paragraph 1. 1 in the version established by art. 1 point 18 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[54] Article. 60 paragraph 1. 4 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 19 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[55] Article. 60 paragraph 1. 5 added by article. 1 paragraph 19 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[56] Article. 65 paragraph 1. 1 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 20 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[57] Article. 65 paragraph 1. 2 in the version established by art. 1 paragraph 20 (b). a) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[58] Article. 65 paragraph 1. 2A added by art. 1 paragraph 20 (b). (b)) Act of 11 September 2015, amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

[59] Article. the following 66 set by art. 1 paragraph 21 of the Act of 11 September 2015. amending the law on the safety of mass events and certain other laws (OJ. 1707). The change came into force on 26 November 2015.

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