Tabatinga gains space for exclusive assistance to women victims of domestic violence and sexualThe initiative is celebrating ten years of the "Maria da Penha Law".
The Civil Police of Amazonas, represented by the delegate Wagna Silva, holder of Police Police Specialized (DEP) located in Tabatinga, distant city 1.108 thousand kilometers in a straight line from Manaus, It opened on the morning of Tuesday, day 16, starting from 8 am to 14, space for exclusive service to victims of domestic violence and sexual. At the initiative, according to the police authority, is celebrating ten years of the "Maria da Penha Law", held no last day 7 August this year.
According to delegate the work place in a separate room of the police unit, at the time of 8h to 18h, with two servers to serve the population. The new structure will meet the demands of society and provide better service to all, segundo Wagna.
They attended the opening ceremony representatives of combat organs domestic violence to line up care for victims, as Emergency Care Units (Upas), represented by director Pauline Azevedo and the social worker Jackselene Olimpio; Municipal Health Tabatinga (Sems), on the desk of the person Sydney Aparecida Gardina Fregni; Specialized Reference Center for Social Assistance (You believe), represented by coordinator, psychologist and social worker of the public unit, respectively Sunerly Costa da Silva, Samuel Quirino and Daniele Gonçalves.
Also attended the ceremony representatives of the Child Protection Council of Tabatinga, as the organization's president, Antonio Jorge Pevas, and Fabiana Nascimento Menezes adviser; the regional coordinator of the National Indian Foundation (Funai), Mislene Metchacuna Martins Mendes; the coordinator of the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (Sheshai), Weydson Gossel Pereira, and the president of the Community Council and representative of Human Rights that municipality, Patricia Nicandro.
According to the delegate Wagna Silva, the objective of the initiative is to strengthen the service network for victims of domestic violence. "One of the important issues discussed at the meeting was the way that we interact with the most remote communities in Tabatinga, such as indigenous communities where there are significant numbers of violence that are not formalized at the station. We intend to align, in partnership with Funai and Sheshai, so that the occurrence arrives at our police knowledge ", he emphasized.