In Roraima, Ombudsman studies new protocols to deal with cases of child violence


A General Ombudsman’s Office of the Court of Justice of Roraima (TJRR) is implementing new protocols to speed up the response to cases of violence against children and adolescents. In a joint initiative with the Child and Adolescent Protection Center (NPCA), a technical visit was carried out by the head delegate of the Protection Center, Jaira Farias de Oliveira, to establish guidelines for implementation.

The objective of the meeting, according to the Ombudsman’s multidisciplinary team, composed of employees: Amadeu Triani, Laura Cabral and Marlho José, was to launch ideas for the creation of a flowchart that allows for more efficient measures in assisting victims of violence who, at times, are students of these educational institutions. These cases are known to the sector, often due to the Ombudsman’s activities and projects.

Delegate Jaira de Oliveira emphasized the importance of this partnership, highlighting that “this alignment with the TJRR Ombudsman’s Office is extremely important, which is present in a proactive and preventive manner in the fight against sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in the State. It will certainly help not only to suppress such crimes, but above all to prevent them from occurring.”

The Ombudsman in Schools and Universities project has played a crucial role in identifying and addressing incidents among students. Through lectures and guidance, students are educated on various relevant social topics, including bullying, drugs, violence against minorities, among others.

In addition to promoting student awareness, these actions also result in the reporting of crimes against students. To guarantee an even more complete structure for assisting victims, especially children and adolescents, the Ombudsman’s Office is in the process of implementing the Specialized Center for Attention to Victims of Crimes and Infractional Acts (CEAVCAI), created by the National Council of Justice (CNJ) and established in the TJRR through Joint Ordinance TJRR/PR/CGJ n. 16, of July 28, 2023.


The article is in Portuguese


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