The CPRv will have dedicated and trained teams, distributed across 11 Operational Bases and the Ostensive Road Tactical Platoon – TOR, from BPMRv
The Military Police of Mato Grosso do Sul (PMMS) announced the creation of the Highway Policing Command (CPRv), with the aim of further strengthening its presence and operations on the State’s highways. This act was published in the DOE (Official State Gazette), on December 20, 2023, Complementary Law No. 326/2023, which amends and adds provisions to Complementary Law No. 190/2014.
The CPRv is the body responsible for the overt police, for the preservation of public order on highways and state roads in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul, in addition to the coordination, planning, inspection and operational control, throughout the State, of the Road Policing Units.
This new command, which will be led by Colonel PM Élcio Almeida, assumes the crucial mission of ensuring safety and order in traffic, working to prevent accidents, combat infractions and offer support to users of Mato Grosso do Sul highways.
According to data from SEINFRA and AGESUL, the state highway network of Mato Grosso do Sul is made up of 142 state highways with a total length of 15,084.0 km, 1,819.2 km of which are planned highways, 4,695.6 km of paved highways and 8,563. 3 km of unpaved roads.
The PMMS Road Policing Command will be present throughout the state, with dedicated and trained teams, distributed across 11 Operational Bases and the Ostensive Road Tactical Platoon – TOR, from BPMRv, which will contribute to safer and more efficient traffic.
“PMMS reaffirms its commitment to protecting the population, and this advance represents another step in the constant search for excellence in police service”, highlighted the PMMS Road Policing Command.
Source: Jovemsulnews (Norbertino Angeli)
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