World Cup: Security a wild card for Brazil’s police force

DEU130531aa002.jpgSAO PAULO, Brazil — With the opening of an unfinished stadium less than a month away, a flurry of street protests, police strikes and rioting across Brazil have raised concerns about the country’s ability to provide adequate security for visitors during the World Cup tournament.

“Safety and security are wild cards,” said David Wiencek, managing director of the U.S.-based International Security Group Inc., a risk consultancy that produces bulletins about World Cup preparations.

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