Mrs. Anne PLAGNAT
Mr. Olivier FRANCEY
Media relations Officer
- The Direction de la communication proposes to the Commission de gestion the policy and strategy for the institutional communication of the Judiciary Power, both internal and external.
- It implements communication plans, particularly within the framework of cross-cutting projects, and ensures the monitoring of actions and their evaluation.
- It advises and supports governance bodies, magistrates and project managers for their internal or external communication from an institutional perspective.
- The Direction de la communication is responsible for media relations, coordination and follow-up of requests for information and interviews, as well as the management of journalists' accreditations.
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- The Direction de la communication ensures that the visual identity of the Judiciary Power is applied consistently to all institutional communication media.
- The Direction de la communication is responsible for the design and production of publications, in particular brochures, booklets and the annual report on the activities of the Judiciary Power.
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- The Direction de la communication organises the Judiciary Power's internal and external events, including meetings with the public (open days, participation in the Cité des métiers and Democracy Week, etc.).
- The Direction de la communication is in charge of the animation and the evolution of the Internet and Intranet sites as well as the management of social networks.
The Direction de la communication is composed of:
- A director
- A media relations officer
- A webmaster
- A communication officer
- A communication and public relations assistant
- An administrative and digital data assistant
Media requests for taking photos or videos must be submitted to the Direction de la communication of Judiciary Power.
Taking pictures or videos must comply with certain rules.
Persons in the background must not be identifiable unless they give their consent. The same applies to documents which must not be legible, even after the image has been enlarged.
Taking pictures, videos or recordings during hearings is prohibited and commercial purposes are outlawed.
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