Cuiabá, Brazil: Security Personnel Receiving Additional Training for World Cup

Posted on July 18, 2013 • Filed under: Brazil, Crime, Human Smuggling, Police/Military Activity, Politics

On July 16, 2013 Plantão Notícias reported that to date approximately 240 public security officials have received training in Cuiabá for the 2014 World Cup 2014. The training is being undertaken in order to comply with the protocols of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).

The goal is to train 2,400 security officials at the state, federal and municipal levels. In all, 22 courses will be conducted, including ones in the following areas: Emergency and Rescue Operations; Combatting Sexual Exploitation, Trafficking in Persons and Risks Associated with Tourism; Crisis Management and Media Relations; Bombs and Explosives, Incident Command Systems; Tourist Policing; Public and Private Security Integration; Escorts, Motorcades and Security for Dignitaries and; Public Security Intelligence. Read Article

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