Rio Civil Police Union threatens strike in category


This last Friday (02), representatives from SINDPOL-RJ went to the Guanabara Palace to deliver a letter to Governor Cláudio Castro reporting the chaos that civil police officers experience in their work routine.

The president of the union, Márcia Bezerra, reveals that the document contains the main difficulties that the category has faced for years. Among them are the increase in food vouchers, which are currently just 12 reais per day, transport vouchers, which are 150 reais per month, the 6.5% adjustment promised by the current governor; The union demands improvements in the structure of police stations, which are dilapidated with mold, broken furniture, many without air conditioning, and the worst: agents are forced to only be on duty in pairs throughout the night.

“The moment is serious, we will no longer tolerate being treated just like a number in public security! If today, the governor can talk about positive data on violence, this is due to us, civil police officers in the state of Rio de Janeiro. It is unacceptable that we are not treated with respect by the governor. We will go after our rights!”, said the vice-president of Sindpol-RJ, Luiz Cláudio da Cunha.

At the end of 2023, the union carried out a tour of Niterói police stations, after receiving complaints from agents. Most of the DPS had an unhealthy environment, with no adequate rest room, no toilet seat in the bathrooms, the evidence room full of evidence with nowhere else to store it, moldy walls, with termites and cockroaches.

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The Union appeals to the category to report any type of abuse they are suffering through the Sindpol-RJ communication channels.

There is still no position from the State Government on the case.

The article is in Portuguese

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