With the increasing crime wave occurred in the south of Teresina, which in most cases has the participation of children and adolescents, the police have intensified increasingly repressive operations in the region.
In an interview with General Balance program, on Tuesday, Dr. Joaquim Magalhaes, talked about the issues that demand for these criminal waves attract to the regions. He said violent regions tend to receive fewer resources.
He maintains that the ECA (Statute of Children and Adolescents) is revised, because it somehow defends juvenile offenders. He proposes the idea that minor offenses can spend practicing at least three years in prison.
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