Morning Security Briefing (Monday, July 16, 2018)

What’s going on in the world from a security coordinator’s perspective:

World Cup Security Success:

France’s World Cup victory celebrated n US and around the world.  



Russian President Vladimir Putin has praised the work of the country’s security forces, along with international cooperation, for having ensured a safe World Cup tournament.

A police cooperation center staffed by law enforcement officers from 34 countries  monitored for potential fan violence. The month-long tournament concluded Sunday without any major security incidents, despite concerns raised in the run-up over possible racist, hooligan and terror attacks.

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International: President Trump and Russian President Vladi­mir Putin will meet in a high-stakes summit on Monday in Helsinki. 


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USA: Chicago police release body camera footage of fatal officer-involved shooting that prompted protests. 

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Haitian prime minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigns after fuel price hike triggers deadly riots.  The Travel Advisory for Haiti has been raised to Level 4 : Do Not Travel There is currently widespread civil unrest and violent demonstrations in Haiti.   

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Quote of the Day: “Leadership is not a position or a title it is action and example!”-A True Leader.

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