Tocantins Military Police of Inactivity: Need for Regulation of Veteran's Day




Military Police; Tocantins; Veteran; Standardization.


This scientific work aimed to show the challenges that can be faced by the military police throughout their career and the importance of this professional who was transferred to the paid reserve or was retired for having acquired pathology due to the legal fulfillment of his duties in the Police Military of the State of Tocantins (PMTO) in defense of the society of Tocantins. In the end, it was proposed the elaboration of a draft State Law Project in order to recognize and institute the Military Police Veteran's Day. The present proposal, when put into practice, will provide more recognition, prestige, appreciation and approximation of the military police officer with fellow members of the Institution who are in active service. Thus, if this proposal is instituted, it will be a way to annually honor the aforementioned professionals who, even at the risk of their own lives, dedicated themselves to the benefit of Tocantins society and left legacies for the Corporation's history. In the work methodology, applied, descriptive, exploratory, bibliographical and documentary research was used, using the deductive method and carried out a qualitative approach. Therefore, the research concluded that the PMTO needs to prepare a draft State Law Project and manage with the Executive and Legislative Power of the State of Tocantins so that the Day of Military Police Veteran is instituted.

Author Biographies

Philipe Lira de Carvalho, Polícia Militar do Estado do Tocantins

Master in Public Policy Management from the Federal University of Tocantins-UFT Foundation. He holds a law degree from UFT (2008) and a degree in Public Security from the Tiradentes Military Police Academy (2008). Specialization in Public Management (420 hours) by the Faculty of Londrina - Paraná and Specialization in Higher Education Teaching by the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences of Marabá - Facimab (360 hours). He is currently studying Pedagogy, as well as a Specialization in School Supervision at Instituto Coimbra. He is currently Major QOPM of the Military Police of the State of Tocantins. He has experience in the area of ​​public policy, law, extensive knowledge in operational and administrative service fronts, including: Deputy Commander of the Military Police Unit - UPM, Commander of UPM, Inspector of UPM, Legal Adviser of the Inspector General and the Legal Counsel of PMTO. He is a professor at the Tiradentes Military Police Academy, teaching in subjects of Community Police, Didactics, Processes and Procedures, Organizational Legislation, Human Rights, People Management and Leadership and also as a professor of Mathematics, Notions of Administrative Law, Constitutional and Federal Legislation and State in courses.

Frank Cynatra Sousa Melo, Polícia Militar do Estado do Tocantins

Specialist (Lato Sensu Post-Graduation) in Legal Sciences completed at Cruzeiro do Sul University (2019). Bachelor's Degree in Public Security (Officer Training Course) carried out by the Tocantins Military Police (PMTO) in partnership with the State University of Tocantins (UNITINS, 2005-2008). He studied law at UNITINS (2017). Completed the Bachelor's Degree in Law at Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul (UNICSUL - 2020). Completed the Official Improvement Course developed by PMTO (CFO - 2019). Completed the Improvement Course in Human Law developed by the Metropolitan College of the State of São Paulo (2021). Postgraduate in Military Judiciary Police at Faculdade Metropolitana São Carlos (FAMESC-2021). Postgraduate in Higher Education Teaching at Faculdade Metropolitana São Carlos (FAMESC-2021). Superior Combatant Officer (MAJOR QOPM) of the Tocantins State Military Police. For several years, he performed Command functions in the PMTO scope (Platoon Commander, Company Commander and Battalion Sub-Commander). He served as a member of the Permanent Council of Military Justice of the State of Tocantins in the role of Military Judge (year - 2019/2020). Taught classes related to the discipline of Physical Sciences at CEFET/IFMA (1999-2000). Conceived and acted as a Teacher of the Popular Educational Course at PMTO in the area of ​​the 3rd Company/9th BPM (2016-2017 - Bico do Papagaio). Acted as Instructor/Manager of the Drawing up of Detailed Term of Occurrence at PMTO in Palmas/TO (2019). Has the Life Preservation Defensive Shooting Multiplier Course (Giraldi Method) developed by PMTO (2008). He was the Class Coordinator of the PMTO Sergeant Improvement Course (2020-2021). He is currently Instructor of the Institutional Legislation Discipline of the Qualification Course for Officials of Administration, Health and Musicians at PMTO (2021) and Coordinator of the aforementioned courses. Allotted to the Teaching Unit of the PMTO (Tiradentes Military Police Academy - APMT). Has experience in Law, Education and Public Security. He has a strong presence in the subjects of Mathematical Sciences, Physical Sciences, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedural Law.

José Carlos da Costa Abreu, Polícia Militar do Estado do Tocantins

Graduated in Science - Mathematics from Universidade Estadual do Maranhão (2007), graduated in Public Security from UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DO TOCANTINS (2010) and graduated in Law from UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DO TOCANTINS (2015). Has experience in the field of Defense, with an emphasis on Defense.


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How to Cite

CARVALHO, P. L. de; MELO, F. C. S.; ABREU, J. C. da C. Tocantins Military Police of Inactivity: Need for Regulation of Veteran’s Day. Research, Society and Development, [S. l.], v. 10, n. 9, p. e46010918379, 2021. DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v10i9.18379. Disponível em: Acesso em: 20 sep. 2021.



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