MONTREAL, Feb. 7, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA) (Pink Sheets:CTTG) is pleased to announce preliminary talks with Kuwait and Qatar for a project to train thousands of police officers, starting in June.
In Tunisia, Egypt and most recently in Yemen, the need for additional training in crowd control and effective intervention was clear.
Members of the population are taking to the streets in protest to voice their discontentment with government and the ruling class.
"Societies unaffected by occurrences in other parts of the world NO LONGER EXIST," says Mr. Jocelyn Moisan, the president of CTTA, "Prevention is the key, and both Kuwait and Qatar want to be prepared."
CTTA expects to deliver specialized training in the latest intervention methods, developed according to international standards and tailored to the specific realities of the environments in question.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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