Wednesday, 30 March 2011


The CANADIAN TACTICAL TRAINING ACADEMY (CTTA) is pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement with MAF Protection Control Risks Group of Brazil.

Security in Brazil will attain unprecedented levels of global importance due to the fact that this region of the world will be host to international events such as the Formula 1 race circuit, the 2014 World Cup soccer championships and the 2016 Olympic Games.  

Angelo Marino, Vice-President of CTTA stated; "It is ever so important in times where the need for proven security measures present themselves, that experienced professionals of the industry work together to ensure the safety of the general population".

This strategic alliance comes at the opportune moment. » CTTA and MAF Protection Control Risks Group will be working side by side to deliver specialized Event Security and Executive Protection Training as well as offering tailored security services for those who require them.

Jocelyn Moisan, Angelo Marino and John Farinaccio from the board of directors, invite those who wish to visit our head offices in Montreal for a tour and/or training demo, to contact us for an appointment at 514-373-8411 between 09:00 and 16:00 EST or at

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