With the aim of promoting the constant improvement of members of the Tocantins Civil Police, with regard to confronting and combating organized crime in Brazil, the Tocantins Public Security Secretariat (SSP-TO), through the Higher Police School Civil (ESPOL), will hold two events on the topic in the coming weeks.
Thus, also as a way of integrating and inviting members of the Judiciary and also of the Public Ministry, in the early afternoon of this Tuesday, 7th, the secretary Wlademir Mota Oliveira, in an audience with the president of the Court of Justice of Tocantins, judge Etelvina Maria Sampaio Felipe, formalized the invitation to participate in the events that will be promoted by SSP-TO, through Espol.
The secretary was accompanied by the inspector general, delegate Wanderson de Queiroz Chaves, delegate Lorena Oyama, from the Higher School of Civil Police (ESPOL), the Special Advisor, delegate Bernardo José Rocha Pinto and inspector Rafael dos Santos Silva.
On that occasion, after hand-delivering the invitation to participate in the events to the president of TJ-TO, the secretary and other members of SSP-TO dealt with matters inherent to the Public Security agenda and integration with the Judiciary in future actions that benefit from the entire population of the State of Tocantins.
The first event, a workshop entitled “The Civil Police and the Justice System in the fight against organized crime”, will take place on the 21st, from 8 am to 6 pm, in the auditorium of the Regional Electoral Court (TRE-TO) and will be attended by Judge of the Court of Justice of the State of São Paulo, Ivana David.
On the occasion, Secretary Wlademir explained to Judge Etelvina that the project was designed due to the worrying growth of criminal organizations in Brazil and also in the State of Tocantins, which requires a more comprehensive approach, greater cooperation between entities responsible for public security and more effective action in preventing crimes that directly affect the population.
In this way, 110 vacancies were offered, 80 of them for Civil Police Officers and 30 for guest employees, that is, members and employees of the Judiciary and Public Prosecutor’s Office.
“We would like to invite you to participate in the workshop, as well as offer 10 vacancies for members and employees of the Judiciary, as we consider the participation of Tocantins magistrates to be fundamental”, said the secretary, during the meeting.
On the occasion, Secretary Wlademir, together with the PC-TO delegates also invited the president of the Tocantins Court of Justice to participate in the Legal Journey, which will be promoted by the Public Security Secretariat and aims to provide intellectual improvement and continued training for Police Delegates, to act efficiently and effectively in carrying out their duties, with the necessary knowledge about current legislation and based on statements and protocols developed and approved by the class.
The event will be held on December 6th and 7th, from 8am to 6pm, in the auditorium of Palácio do Araguaia.
“These two events aim to further qualify our civil police officers, especially police chiefs, so that they can be even more prepared and aligned with the new investigative expertise with the aim of understanding the new dynamics of organized crime and better facing situations that require improvement. theoretical and also practical”, pondered the SSP TO manager.