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Court revokes preventive detention of former head of the DF Civil Police

Court revokes preventive detention of former head of the DF Civil Police

Court of Justice of the Federal District and the Territories (TJDFT) revoked The prison of the formerdelegateboss of the Civil Police of the Federal District (PCDF) Robson Cândido. The ex-number one of corporation may leave prison under the condition of use in anklet electronics.

The former general director was arrested on November 4th at his home, in the administrative region of Park Way, in Brasília. Preventive detention was ordered by the Domestic and Family Violence Court against Women of Águas Claras.

Cândido is investigated by the Public Ministry of the Federal District and Territories (MP-DFT) for threatening and persecuting two women. The case was revealed by CNN at the beginning of October.

Cândido was dismissed from his position in the Civil Police at the beginning of October, after being denounced by the women, who filed a police report. Weeks after leaving police command, he retired.

The then general director remained in office for almost five years, throughout Governor Ibaneis Rocha’s first term, and another nine months in this second term. Before being the DG of the Civil Police, he was head of the Núcleo Bandeirante (DF) police station. José Werick Carvalho, then his chief of staff, was appointed to the position.

On October 4, the CNN revealed that the police chief became the target of investigation by the Women’s Police Station and the General Inspector’s Office after two women filed a complaint against him for threats and persecution. The cases are within the scope of the Maria da Penha Law.

A week after the case was revealed, the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) officially took a position and said, in a note, that “the aforementioned case is being duly investigated by the agency’s Internal Affairs Department, as provided for by current legislation”.

The Public Ministry of the Federal District also opened an investigation against Cândido. The procedure is in charge of the Investigation and External Control of Police Activity Unit (NCAP).

Threats to women

The then director general of the Civil Police was dismissed from the institution’s highest position on October 2 after being targeted by the Internal Affairs Department and the Women’s Police Station (Deam).

The police chief was reported by two women, who filed a police report for threats, as revealed by the police. CNN .

In her statement, the first woman said she was threatened by Cândido and a friend of hers asked a police officer and another friend for help so she could be helped by a Deam.

The other woman involved in the case, who also reported the threats, said she was also persecuted by the police chief. She handed over videos and messages to police.

The incidents were recorded the night before, one day before the director general asked governor Ibaneis Rocha (MDB) to resign. Cândido justified that he needed to “take care of personal problems”.

A CNN confirmed that the Civil Police Internal Affairs Unit was called and collected the four weapons belonging to the then director general. The case, as is protocol as it involves women who are victims of violence, is under absolute secrecy.

“Upon becoming aware, the Internal Affairs Division raised the incidents and instituted the necessary procedures”, informed the PCDF, at the time.

*with information from Elijonas Maia

Cândido was dismissed from his position in the Civil Police at the beginning of October, after being denounced by the women, who filed a police report. Weeks after leaving police command, he retired.

The then general director remained in office for almost five years, throughout Governor Ibaneis Rocha’s first term, and another nine months in this second term. Before being the DG of the Civil Police, he was head of the Núcleo Bandeirante (DF) police station. José Werick Carvalho, then his chief of staff, was appointed to the position.

On October 4, the CNN revealed that the police chief became the target of investigation by the Women’s Police Station and the General Inspector’s Office after two women filed a complaint against him for threats and persecution. The cases are within the scope of the Maria da Penha Law.

A week after the case was revealed, the Public Security Secretariat (SSP) officially took a position and said, in a note, that “the aforementioned case is being duly investigated by the agency’s Internal Affairs Department, as provided for by current legislation”.

The Public Ministry of the Federal District also opened an investigation against Cândido. The procedure is in charge of the Investigation and External Control of Police Activity Unit (NCAP).

Threats to women

The then director general of the Civil Police was dismissed from the institution’s highest position on October 2 after being targeted by the Internal Affairs Department and the Women’s Police Station (Deam).

The police chief was reported by two women, who filed a police report for threats, as revealed by the police. CNN .

In her statement, the first woman said she was threatened by Cândido and a friend of hers asked a police officer and another friend for help so she could be helped by a Deam.

The other woman involved in the case, who also reported the threats, said she was also persecuted by the police chief. She handed over videos and messages to police.

The incidents were recorded the night before, one day before the director general asked governor Ibaneis Rocha (MDB) to resign. Cândido justified that he needed to “take care of personal problems”.

A CNN confirmed that the Civil Police Internal Affairs Unit was called and collected the four weapons belonging to the then director general. The case, as is protocol as it involves women who are victims of violence, is under absolute secrecy.

“Upon becoming aware, the Internal Affairs Division raised the incidents and instituted the necessary procedures”, informed the PCDF, at the time.

*with information from Elijonas Maia

Source: CNN Brasil