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Military Police officers will reinforce security of subway stations in the city of São Paulo

From this Thursday (20), military police officers began reinforcing the security of subway stations in São Paulo. The measure was announced after a wave of violence inside the stations.

This Friday (21), the president of the Metro, Silvani Pereira, announced the beginning of the partnership and said that the first uniformed police officers began to "reinforce the work of security agents.

The presence will be gradually increased, as all 180 vacancies are filled.

"The police officers will stay primarily in the so-called 'free areas', which include the front of the turnstiles, ticket office areas, and accesses, and may . . .

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