The security for the Games has focused on our various defence and emergency organisations co-operating and this will continue with only 50 days left until the opening ceremony.
Australian Federal Police and Australian Border Force will also assist the Queensland Police Service (QPS), who are the lead agency in charge of security at April's Games.
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Double Glasgow Commonwealth Games gold medallist Neil Fachie is among eight athletes from the north of Scotland among the 92 athletes across 10 sports who to be selected for April's Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
The tickets will not be reprinted and organisers said they are valid.
More than 1000 defence personnel will be deployed on the Gold Coast, while AFP officers will work alongside QPS. The Games are contested between nations that are members of the Commonwealth, a group of countries that were once part of the British Empire.More news: Ants nurse wounded warriors back to health
Kenya has been allocated only 125 participants in this year's Commonwealth Games.
"Operation ATLAS is the codename for the ADF contribution to the security of the 2018 Commonwealth Games".
In December, police launched "Operation Sentinel Unite", a three-part safety awareness programme set to aid the QPS' crime prevention responses in detecting, deterring and disrupting criminal and terrorist activity.More news: Arizona State University creates cancer-fighting nanorobots
"I was disappointed when Ticketek (the ticketing provider) informed us they had picked up the error", Games chief Mark Peters was quoted by reporters as saying.