Meet over 30,000 qualified international visitors with investment projects, playing a role in purchasing for the vast majority and coming from the public (41%) or private (59) sectors. Over 30,000 professionals and 175 official delegations are expected.
5 men from the official Qatari delegation, including his highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, the Amir of the state of Qatar

Decision-making visitors of all profiles

In 2023, Milipol Paris welcomed 30,084 visitors from 160 countries and 175 official delegations. The event brought together a wide range of profiles, ensuring full representation of all the key players in the sector

  • Public and civil security (law enforcement, security of public places, civil security....)
  • Infrastructure and industrial security (private security, risk analysis and management, protection of industrial and sensitive sites....)
  • Cybersecurity and information protection (data protection, systems integrator, business intelligence and industry watch, combating cyberthreats and cybercrime, etc.)
  • Crime-fighting and crisis management (counter-terrorism and special forces, combating organised trafficking, technical and forensic policing, etc.)

Top interesting sectors for visitors

% of visitors are from the public sector
% from the private sector

Diverse reasons to visit Milipol Paris

  • To see new products, services or equipment (95% of visitors with a satisfaction rate of 86%).
  • To understand the entire offer and current trends (83%of visitors with a satisfaction rate of 88%).
  • To meet new suppliers and potential partners (79% of visitors with a satisfaction rate of 86%).
  • To meet usual suppliers (73% of visitors with a satisfaction rate of 90%).

(Source: Visitor survey 2021)

3 exhibitors talking to each other on the Vega Holding stand
Busy Milipol's aisle with various booths and a crowd of attendees walking on a pink carpet. The faces of individuals are obscured for privacy.

Top centers of interest for visitors:

  1. Weapons - Ammunition
  2. Personal equipment - Textiles
  3. Drones and robotics
  4. Information technology - Cybersecurity
  5. Authentication - Access control - Surveillance

Official Delegations

The French Interior Ministry (the Interior Minister, the Director General of the National Gendarmerie, the Director General of the National Police, and the Director General of Civil Defence and Crisis Management) invites all their international counterparts, and high-ranking civil servants from the Defence, Justice and Customs Ministries, to the event each time it is held.
Dubai official delegation, posing for a photo with Milipol Paris in the background

Consequently, Milipol Paris 2023 welcomed 175 official delegations from 60 countries, including:

  • Minister of Home Affairs, Singapore
  • Minister of the Interior, Qatar
  • Minister of the Interior, Ivory Coast
  • Minister for Home Affairs, Armenia
  • Ministry of Defence, Slovenia
  • Director of Ministry’s Operations, Irak
  • The Military Office of his Majesty King Abdullah II, Jordania
  • Ministry of Decentralisation and Institutional Reforms, Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Territorial Control Department, Italy
  • Head of Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), South Africa
  • Lieutenant-colonel of the fire brigade, Cameroon
  • Directorate of Public Safety of Monaco, Monaco
  • Civil Defence Supply Service, UK
  • Chief of department of MOE, Turkmenistan
  • General police Inspectorate, Moldavia
  • Drone and anti-drone systems/robotics Federal Protective Service Department of Homeland Security, USA
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