State Ombudsman acts with 'Lost and Found’ during or Carnival

In the period of the Carnival parades, the secretariat will provide a collection station to be installed in the inner area of ​​the Sambadrome.
07/02/2017 09h56 - Updated 7/02/2017 09h56
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The Amazonas State Ombudsman (EMB-AM) prepares to meet the revelers in another carnival period. The citizen is the Convention Center (Sambadrome) to watch the parades of the samba schools have access to a collection point for the project “Lost and Found documents”, work coordinated by the Department of Research and Statistics of OGE-AM.

The action makes up the integrated plan administered by the Executive Assistant Secretary for Planning and Integrated Management (Seagi) Security State Secretariat (SSP-AM), from the Center for Integrated Command and Control (CICC).

Annually, the OGE-AM records an average of between 300 e 500 lost documents, in the Carnival period. The highest rate of misplaced ballots is RG and National Driver's License (CNH). On the last year, the carnival period, the OGE recorded 500 documents. In comparison with the other months of the year, there is an increase of 20% in the collection of documents.

Site – In the period of the Carnival parades, the secretariat will provide a collection station to be installed in the inner area of ​​the Sambadrome. In this ocasion, the documents delivered to the station will be registered directly on the Ombudsman website, means to search for the verification document.

"The servers will use electronic devices with internet access, allowing the registration of documents. The citizen can access at the same time the Ombudsman's website to see if the document is in position then to make withdrawal. Everything inside the Sambodromo ", He explained the head of the Research and Statistics Department (dispatch) and Program “Lost and Found documents”, Joel Sales.


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