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In May 2014, a series of protests had taken place in Brazil, including two major organized events, one on May 15th throughout the country, and the other on May 22nd in Sao Paulo.
The May 15th protest was scheduled to be The Protest Day throughout Brazil, led by the principal trade unions and other interested parties; however, it didn’t turn out as expected and failed to achieve the impact these unions envisaged.
As Brazil approaches two highly significant dates, the 2014 Soccer World Cup, and the 2016 Olympic Games, attention focuses on various aspects that will influence these events, and their impact on both residents and visitors. Probably the most important aspects of consideration are security and safety.
TAL Global has obtained the most up-to-date crime statistics for Brazil’s two major cities: São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.Continue Reading →
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), a component of the Office of Justice Programs within the US Justice Department, in collaboration with CNA Corporation, published a Planning Primer designed to aid law enforcement officials in the planning and execution of large-scale security events.Continue Reading →
According to Mr. Southers, “Violent extremist threat can never be eliminated, but vigilance and community engagement could prevent another 4/15″.Continue Reading →
Strategic plan developed by TAL Global helps American company navigate stormy political seas abroad.Continue Reading →
Emergency preparedness training provided by TAL Global proves instrumental in the positive resolution of kidnapping incident.Continue Reading →
TAL Global develops Crisis Management Plan as preventive measure for large Wisconsin-based manufacturer.Continue Reading →
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