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By Lisa Flueckiger, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rio de Janeiro's Military Police say they have decided to increase the training for its new members to twelve months total, starting in September. The increased training will include new modules focusing mainly on community policing and conflict management.

The new 'Curso de Formação de Soldados' (Training course for soldiers) will increase its theory part from 7 to 10 months and then be finished with a two-months 'internship', shadowing experienced military policemen and women.

The curriculum will now include 32 different subjects, instead of 27, and total . . .

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