The special force is expected to reinforce the work of local and federal police in the 12 cities that will be hosting games in June and July, media reported on Friday.

The force, comprising members of the National Public Security Force, has been receiving special training since 2011, media reported, citing the unit's director, Col Alexandre Augusto Aragon.

Aragon said the force received on-the-job training during the mass demonstrations that plagued the Confederations Cup games held in Brazil in June 2013.

"The National Force is not an ordinary force. We are called during times of crisis, only for specific missions," said Aragon.

"For the World Cup, we have trained 10,000 men in clash instruction and we are prepared to take action in all of the 12 host cities at the same time," he added.


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