Called the PC competition will reduce deficit in police stations, says Joshua Neto

According to Parliament, today there is a small number of civilian and military police in all municipalities of the State.
29/01/2018 15h54 - Updated 30/01/2018 17h37
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At least 228 gazetted started the training course and may select server framework of the Civil Police of the Amazon in the capital and in the State. For State Representative, Joshua Neto (PSD), who was on Monday (29) the inaugural lecture of the course, the 228 candidates will help reduce the deficit that exists today in the police stations of the capital and the interior.

"These new officers will be very important for improving safety, not only in the capital Manaus as in other municipalities. We're, practically, every week inside the Amazon and we know that the small number of police is almost unanimity in inner cities. Therefore, these new officers will be very useful for the safety of our Amazonas ", Joshua said Neto.

According to Parliament, today there is a small number of civilian and military police in all municipalities of the State, problem that has already been treated by the Amazonino Mendes Governor and the Vice Governor and Security Secretary, Bosco Saraiva.

A new competition to fill vacancies in the Civil Police and Military Police was not ruled out, second Bosco, and it must be announced by the end of March. "To make the competition we need to know the exact need. they are called 228, from here we will identify the full need. Until March, Governor Amazonino Mendes to announce the new contest ", he said.

The new squad is the competition 2009, and 186 researchers and 42 Actuaries. They won in court the right to follow the event. They should undergo training for three months, and those who are approved at all stages will be able to be appointed.

In his speech, Governor Amazonino Mendes said the security servers frame filling is one of the priorities of his government.


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