From this Thursday (20), navy law enforcement officials started reinforcing the safety of subway stations in São Paulo. The measure was introduced after a wave of violence contained in the stations.
This Friday (21), the president of the Metro, Silvani Pereira, introduced the start of the partnership and stated that the primary uniformed law enforcement officials started to “reinforce the work of safety brokers.
The presence can be step by step elevated, as all 180 vacancies are stuffed.
“The law enforcement officials will keep primarily within the so-called ‘free areas’, which embrace the entrance of the turnstiles, ticket workplace areas, and accesses, and will . . .