The military police officers will work for 30 days, starting today
The National Public Security Force (of Brazil) was authorized to act in support of the National Indian Foundation (Funai), in the Camicuã Indigenous Land, in the state of Amazonas. The decree from the Ministry of Justice and Public Safety (MJSP), which establishes the measure, is published in the Official Gazette of the Union on Tuesday (9).
The military police officers will work for 30 days, starting today, in activities and services essential to the preservation of public order and the safety of people and property, on an episodic and planned basis.
“The contingent to be made available will follow the planning defined by the Board of Directors of the National Public Security Force, of the National Secretariat of Public Security, of the Ministry of Justice,” says the order signed by Minister Anderson Torres.
The Camicuã Indigenous Land was approved by Decree No. 381, of December 24, 1991. The administrative demarcation was carried out by FUNAI. The land is inhabited by the Apurina indigenous group and is located in the Amazon municipality of Boca do Acre.