Praia, Feb 26 (Inforpress) – The problem of access to weapons for private security companies is a regulated issue, lacking only overcome some elements from an administrative point of view.
The statement is from the National Association of Private Security Companies (ANESP) representative, José Rebelo, in statements Friday, to the press, on the sidelines of the meeting in the City of Praia, between the board of directors and security companies, on the use of weapons by private security.
“The issue of access to weapons for private security companies is somewhat regulated, what is lacking is to overcome concrete elements from an administrative point of view, which includes training and capacity building of all professionals in the sector,” he said.
The training would have to be within the framework of international cooperation and the country’s own commitment to the reduction of small arms.
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