Rio Police Launch App to Help Most Vulnerable Victims of Crime

Conceived by the Civil and Military Polices, the Municipal Guard and Rio's State divisions, the application aims to improve the service to more vulnerable people, such as women, children and the LGBT group.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Today, November 7th, Rio' State Bureau for Education, Valorization and Prevention starts to train security agents in using an application to help vulnerable groups. Launched by Rio's security forces, the digital tool aims to improve the security services for women, children, elderly, LGBT, among other vulnerable groups.

The app was developed through a joint effort between Rio's Civil Police, the Military Police, the Municipal Guard . . .

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