MS delegates embrace the digital age and create their own podcast – Behavior

MS delegates embrace the digital age and create their own podcast – Behavior
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The project highlights the social role of the delegate and humanizes the professional figure

A video edition in tune with what is popular today, funky subtitles, a scenario designed for recording and including fragments published on social networks, including YouTube shorts, Instagram and Tik Tok, the Association of Police Chiefs of Mato Grosso do Sul comes out ahead when it comes to the democratization of information through the internet.

The idea began with a series of lectures, took shape with the partnership of a university, and should grow even more now, with the podcast that bears the same name: “Fala Delegado.”

Quite a tool for sharing knowledge. In addition to contributing to the academic world, encouraging students to pursue a police career, the project associated with the lectures highlights the social role of the police chief and humanizes the role of this professional.

The conversations continue in a light tone, chatting with the exchange of experiences, which makes it possible to clarify doubts, both from police professionals themselves and from people interested in the topic of public safety.

Partnership and friendship

Fala Delegado is the result of a partnership between Adepol MS (Association of Police Delegates of MS) ​​and Insted College, but it doesn’t stop there. The podcast, recorded once every two months, has two presenters, the President of Adepol MS, André Matsushita and the chief delegate of DEPAC and CEPOL, Rodrigo Camapum.

“The mentor was André”, says Camapum, who met his professional partner and now, from the podcast bench, during an oral exam in criminal proceedings. “He was my examiner, he was my teacher at the academy and he helped me get the opportunity to do a master’s degree in Salamanca, Spain.”

Today Rodrigo is a doctoral student at the same university. “Everyone imagines that the police are those guys who arrive, arrest, bring them here and that’s it, and that legal knowledge starts from the criminal process. But behind police activity there is a lot of science, a lot of technique and a lot of doctrine. The police chief’s knowledge is very specific because he works on criminal law but also has an operational vision, a police vision. And it was precisely to express this knowledge that the project was created. The objective is to plant the seed of legal science for police chiefs already in university chairs. And along with the lectures, the Fala Delegado podcast was also launched”

The fifth cycle of lectures will be held next Wednesday, the 15th, and Rodrigo will be one of the speakers. Afterwards, the sixth podcast will be recorded.

Regarding the partnership with his colleague, delegate André Matsushita states:

“Rodrigo Camapum is a very fraternal friend, an excellent delegate. As president of Adepol, I cannot dedicate myself exclusively to Fala Delegado, which is why I chose Camapum to be the organizer of the project within the Association, and he has carried out this mission with exemplary mastery.”

Matsushita refers to the podcast as a dream come true. “I have been a university professor for 22 years and a civil police officer for 36 years, and I have always been convinced that it is necessary to bring the police closer to society and my career as a Police Officer at the university. When I assumed the presidency of Adepol, I saw this possibility. At the college, where I teach, I made Fala Delegado the extension project in my subject, and at ADEPOL I welcome students at our headquarters for events. And after the live lectures at Adepol, with a massive presence of university students, we took the speaking delegates to talk about the same topic as the lecture on the podcast. It has been an enriching experience and a dream come true.”

Various subjects

Choice of capacity, problem solving on duty and experience in police stations in the interior of the state were some of the topics covered in episode 2. published on YouTube, which included the participation of the “interviewees”, the DEFURV delegate, Guilherme Sarian and the delegate from DEAM, Rafaela Lobato.

On the occasion, Rafaela spoke about the most recent updates to the Maria da Penha Law that make women more encouraged and able to obtain protection more quickly and easily, without barriers in the judiciary.

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The article is in Portuguese

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