United States Senate Resolution No. 59, 05 December 2002

Original Language Title: Resolução do Senado Federal nº 59, de 05 de dezembro de 2002

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I do know that the Federal Senate has approved, and I, Ramez Tebet, President Interino, in the terms of art. 48, inciso XXVIII, of the Interino Rules, promulgated the following

RESOLUTION # 59, DE 2002

Disposes over the Federal Senate Police Power.

The Federal Senate resolves:

Art. 1º The Bureau will maintain order and discipline in the dependencies under the responsibility of the Federal Senate.

§ 1º Are considered typical Federal Senate Police activities:

I-the security of the President of the Federal Senate, in any location of the national territory and abroad ;

II-the safety of Senators and Brazilian and foreign officials, in the dependencies under the responsibility of the Federal Senate.;

III-the safety of the Senators and of servers in any locality of the national territory and abroad, when determined by the President of the Federal Senate ;

IV-policing in the dependencies of the Federal Senate ;

V-support for Internal Affairs of the Federal Senate ;

VI-those of magazine, search and apprehension ;

VII-those of intelligence ;

VIII-those of registration and administration inherent to the Police ;

IX-those of investigation and inquiry.

§ 2º The typical activities of Federal Senate Policia will be exercised exclusively by Legislative Analysts, Police Area and Security, and by Legislative Technicians, Police Area, Security and Transportation, since crowded and in effective exercise in the Undersecretive of Legislative Security.

Art. 3º It is forbidden the possession of a weapon of any kind in the dependencies of the Federal Senate and its supervised organs, exceeded to the servers in the exercise of typical police activity, and with the express permission of the President of the Senate Federal.

§ 1º The authorization that it treats this article will depend on prior-specific-course habilitation and psychological evaluation, periodically renewed and training on official step-ons.

§ 2º Ato of the Director Commission shall discipline the special situations not provided for in the caput of this article.

Art. 4º In the hypothesis of the occurrence of criminal infraction in the dependencies under the responsibility of the Federal Senate, the competent police investigation chaired by server in the exercise of typical police activity, bachelor's degree in law, shall be established.

§ 1º Will be observed, in the survey, the Code of Criminal Procedure and the police regulations of the Federal District, whatever they apply.

§ 2º The Federal Senate will be able to apply for technical cooperation of specialized police bodies or request servers from their cadres to assist in carrying out the inquiry.

§ 3º The investigation will be sent, upon its conclusion, to the competent judicial authority.

Art. 5º The servers packed and in effective exercise in the Legislative Security Subsecretion pass on to be identified in their own document.

Art. 6º The procedures arising from the provisions of this Resolution shall be governed by acts of the Director Commission and by Provements of Internal Affairs, and shall, until the overcoming of regulation, the non-parliamentary detainee be referred immediately to the police judicial.

Art. 7º Revoke the art. 349, caput, § 1º and 2º, of the Administrative Regulation of the Federal Senate, with the essay given to it by Resolution No 9 of 2000, to which the art is referred. 8º of Resolution No. 56, 2002, of the Federal Senate ; the inciso III of the art. 2º of Resolution No. 63, 1997, of the Federal Senate ; and the art. 6º of Resolution 61, 1980, of the Federal Senate.

Art. 8º This Resolution shall enter into force on the date of its publication.

Federal Senate, on December 5, 2002.

Senator Ramez Tebet


(*) Repealed by Resolution No. 14 of 10/22/2015.

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