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1 PROPOSAL of law No. 143/X explanatory statement is a given that the crime has changed. The social, political and economic transformations have altered previous paradigms of combating all forms of criminal's ill-gotten. The transnational nature of off limits earlier imposed by traditional borders. Examples of these evidence, terrorism, corruption, money laundering, laundering of illicit provenance and drug trafficking that are, nowadays, extremely complex phenomena and of contours and international ramifications. The judicial police, after the General principles applied in its gestation, legally enshrined in Decree-Law No. 35042, 20 October 1945, the moment is concentration, rationalization and specialization of media, following the defined by the Law of Organization of Criminal investigation (Act No. 21/2000, of 10 August). Seven years after the previous organic law (Decree-Law No. 275-A/2000 of 9 November), it is necessary to update and adapt the organic structure of the judicial police to the new characteristics of crime, betting on its functional specificity. In this sense, and in order to increase the functionality and the expertise of the PJ national units are created with the Special Mission, namely, to combat organised crime, to replace the previous central directorates, focusing on those units combating terrorism, corruption and drug trafficking, taking into account the new characteristics of crime and socially damaging nature of those criminal unlawful , which require answers and appropriate intervention from the point of view of operational readiness. According to the logic of structural reorganization of services, taking into account the need of rationalization of resources towards achieving greater efficiency and effectiveness in activities 2, units are created with new names and different areas of performance. Thus, territorial units correspond, "roughly" to previous directories, but with wider competencies on the basis of the transfer of responsibility of combating some more generic areas of criminality, previously within the purview of the central directorates. The previous criminal investigation departments have given way to regional units and local units, in hierarchical dependency and coordination of territorial units, with characteristics fundamentally by the respective operational internal structures and to allow significant gains in terms of efficiency of research activities. Research support units and support units have come to occupy the place of the previous central departments and support departments. In this framework and in direct dependence of the National Executive are still placed the previous school of judiciary police – higher Institute of judicial police and Criminal Sciences-constituting an organic unit that specializes in the training of officials of the judicial police and other criminal police bodies, without forgetting the international cooperation component, technological support and prevention unit, the Financial Intelligence Unit as such and within the framework of guidelines laid down by the Central Government's restructuring Programme the State (PRACE) and the objectives of the Government with regard to administrative modernization, improving the quality of public services with efficiency gains, it is important to achieve the structural rationalization effort enshrined in Decree-Law No. 206/2006 of 27 October 1999 approved the organic law of the Ministry of Justice, advancing in the definition of organizational models of services that integrate its structure.
So: under d) of paragraph 1 of article 197 of the Constitution, the Government presents to the Assembly of the Republic the following Bill: 3 title I General provisions chapter I Nature, mission and tasks article 1 Nature of the judicial police, briefly known as PJ, top criminal police body organized hierarchically depending on the Minister of Justice, is a central direct administration of the State with administrative autonomy.
Article 2 Mission and tasks 1-PJ's mission is to assist the judicial authorities in the investigation, develop and promote actions for prevention, detection and investigation of their competence or that may be committed by competent judicial authorities. 2-the PJ continues the tasks laid down in this law, under the law of Organization of Criminal investigation and Criminal Policy.
Article 3 judicial authorities 1 Coadjuvação-PJ assists the judicial authorities in cases concerning crimes whose detection or investigation it is conducting or acts appears necessary before the trial and that require special knowledge or technical means. 2-for the purposes of the preceding paragraph, the PJ acts in the process under the direction of the judicial authorities and on their functional dependency, without prejudice to their hierarchical organization and technical autonomy. 4 Article 4 1-crime detection and prevention In the field of crime prevention and detection, the PJ: a) to promote and carry out activities designed to promote the general prevention and to reduce the number of victims of crimes, encouraging citizens to take precautions and to reduce the acts and situations which facilitate or precipitate the occurrence of criminal conduct; b) carry out the appropriate steps to enlightenment of the situations and the collection of evidence. 2-within the framework of the criminal prevention PJ the detection and deterrence of situations leading to crimes, including through monitoring and surveillance of locations which may offer the illicit criminal acts, without prejudice to the powers of the other criminal police bodies. 3-in the exercise of the actions referred to in the preceding paragraph, the PJ has access to the information necessary for the characterization, identification and location of the situations and may proceed to the identification of people and perform surveillance, if necessary, using all means and techniques of recording image and sound, as well as magazines and searches, in accordance with the provisions of the criminal procedure code and supplementary legislation.
Article 5 criminal investigation 1-the powers of the judiciary police relating to the criminal investigation are as defined in the law of Organization of Criminal investigation. 2-it is the PJ ensure the operation of Offices of INTERPOL and EUROPOL for the purposes of their own mission and sharing of information within the framework defined by the Internal Security Act.
5 article 6 Duty 1 cooperation-the PJ is subject to the duty to cooperate in accordance with the law. 2-The public and private entities, their representatives, should pay to PJ that cooperation is requested with justification. 3-The persons and entities exercising functions of surveillance, protection and security to people, property and public or private facilities have the special duty to collaborate with the PJ.
Article 7 International Cooperation within the framework of international police cooperation instruments the PJ can establish cooperation in the various fields of its activity.
Article 8 criminal information system 1-the PJ has a criminal information system nationwide, seeking treatment and dissemination of information, to regulate in own diploma. 2-the system referred to in the preceding paragraph is structured and have adequate interoperability with other systems of criminal information legally provided for.
Article 9 right of access to information 1-PJ accesses directly to information on the civil and criminal identification files magnetic constant identification services civil and criminal and obligatorily collaboration in the analysis of applications of automatic treatment of information of interest to the prevention and criminal investigation, when carried out by the Institute of information technology in the Justice , I. P. 2-PJ can access, in accordance with the applicable rules and procedures, the information of criminal interest 6 contained in computer files from other national and international bodies, celebrating cooperation protocols where necessary.
Article 10 obligation to attend
1-Any person, when properly notified or proclaimed by the PJ, has a duty to attend on the day, time and place appointed, under penalty of sanctions provided for in the criminal procedure law, with the exception of the situations provided for in the law or international treaty. 2-In case of emergency, notification or summons referred to in the preceding paragraph may be made by any means intended to give notice of the fact that, even by telephone; in the latter case, the entity that makes the notification or summons identifies and gives an account of the position he plays, as well as the information necessary to know of that Act is drafted and, if you wish, the rebuttal of an official phone call and true, and plough-if the auto quota as the medium used. 3 when notifying or the person called has to move to a location that is outside the area of their residence, place of business or the place where you find, the PJ must ensure the necessary transport means and the proper assistance, provided that this has been requested.
CHAPTER II article 11 criminal police authorities of criminal police Authorities 1-Are criminal police authorities, under the terms and for the purposes of the code of criminal procedure: a) National Director; b) Deputy National Directors; c) Directors of national units; 7 d) Directors of territorial units; e) Deputy of territorial units; f) criminal investigation officers; g) top Coordinators of criminal investigation; h) criminal investigation Coordinators; I) Chief Inspectors. 2-the criminal investigation personnel not referenced in the preceding paragraph may, with observance of the legal provisions, to proceed to the identification of any person.
Article 12 procedural Skills 1-criminal police authorities referred to in paragraph 1 of the preceding article have special competence to still, under order of general delegation of competence of criminal investigation, ordering:) expertise to be carried out by official bodies, safeguarded the expertise relating to psychiatric issues, about personality and medicolegal autopsy; b) magazines and searches, with the exception of the premises and those undertaken in lawyer Office, doctor's Office or hospital or banking; c) seizures, except for correspondence, or taking place in lawyer Office, doctor's Office or hospital or banking; d) detention out of flagrante delicto in cases where pre-trial detention is admissible and (i)) there are elements that make founded fear of escape or is not possible, given the situation of emergency and danger of delay, wait for the intervention of the judicial authority; or ii) in the course of magazines or searches are seized the suspect objects that have served or were designed to serve the Commission of a crime or represent your product, profit, price or reward. 8 2-performing any of the acts referred to in the preceding paragraph complies, in the alternative, the processing of the code of criminal procedure, must be immediately reported to the judicial authority holder of the process for the purposes and under the cominações of the criminal procedure law and, in the case of point (d)) of the preceding paragraph, the detainee has to be lodged within legally referred to the competent judicial authority without prejudice to this, if so, determine the immediate presentation. 3-all the time, the holder of the judicial authority process may condition the exercise or challenge the powers provided for in paragraph 1, in accordance with paragraph 7 of article 2 of law No. 21/2000, of 10 August.
Article 13 justice and professional secret 1-procedural acts of criminal investigation and coadjuvação of the judicial authorities are subject to the secrecy of Justice under the law. 2-employees on duty at PJ cannot make public revelations concerning processes or on matters of nature reserved, except what is provided for in this Decree on public information and preventive measures to the population and the provisions of the law of criminal procedure. 3-the declarations referred to in the preceding paragraph, when admissible depend on prior authorisation of the National Director or Deputy National Directors, on pain of disciplinary procedure, without prejudice to the criminal liability that any place. 4-prevention actions and contra-ordenacionais processes, investigation, disciplinary inquiry, investigation, and inspection are subject to professional secrecy, in accordance with the general law.
CHAPTER III rights and duties 9 article 14 special duties Are special duties of PJ: a) guarantee the life and physical integrity of detainees or persons find under custody or protection in strict respect for the honour and dignity of the human person; b) Act without discrimination on grounds of descent, sex, race, language, territory of origin, religion, political or ideological convictions, education, economic situation or social condition; c) identify themselves as an employee of the PJ in the moment in which the identification or arrest; d) Observe strictly and with due diligence, the processing, the deadlines and requirements demanded by law, whenever an arrest of someone; and) Act with decision and readiness required, when his performance depends on preventing the perpetration of serious damage, immediate, and irreparable, observing the principles of adequacy, appropriateness and proportionality in the use of available means; f) Act with the necessary determination, but without resorting to force more than strictly reasonable to comply with a legally required or authorized task.
Article 15 1 Id-the ID of the criminal police authorities and criminal investigation is done through badge card free pass. 2-public actions, the officials referred to in the preceding paragraph are identified through any means prove unambiguously its quality. 3-identification of employees not included in the preceding paragraphs is done through own card. 4-models and means of identification referred to in the preceding paragraphs are approved by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice. 10 article 16 temporary Waiver 1-identifying the PJ may waive temporarily the need for disclosure of the identity and the quality of its research staff, materials and equipment used. 2-the PJ can determine using a coding system of the identity and category of research staff involved in the formalization of procedural acts, without prejudice to their decoding for procedural purposes, by determining the competent judicial authority. 3-the temporary layoff of identification and encoding referred to in the preceding paragraphs shall be governed by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice. 4-the authorization of temporary layoff and coding identification referred to in the preceding paragraphs is the responsibility of the National Director.
Article 17 laissez-passer and 1-access to employees referred to in article 11, when properly identified and service mission, is given free entry in the places referred to in paragraph 2 of article 4 and in those where they carry out actions of prevention, detection, or criminal investigation and judicial coadjuvação. 2-for the conduct of due diligence research or of judicial coadjuvação, PJ staff, when properly identified and service have the right to access to any breakdowns or public services, commercial or industrial enterprises and other public or private facilities.
11 article 18 use of weapons 1-PJ can use guns and ammunition of any kind. 2-are entitled to the use and possession of weapon classes approved by order of the members of the Government responsible for the areas of Internal Affairs and justice, regardless of license, getting forced to his manifesto, under the law, when they are of their property: the) criminal police authorities referred to in paragraph 1 of article 11; b) criminal investigation personnel; c) security personnel; d) other personnel to set by order of the National Director. 3-the use of firearms by officials of the PJ is regulated by Decree-Law No. 457/99 of 5 November.
Article 19 articles which accrue in favour of the objects seized by the PJ will be confiscated to the State are assigned pursuant to Decree-Law No. 11/2007, of 19 January.
Article 20 Impediments, excuses and denials – 1 impediments, denials and excuses laid down in the code of criminal procedure shall apply, mutatis mutandis, the staff in the exercise of functions in PJ. 2-the impediment statement and your application, as well as the application of refusal and the request for excuse, are addressed to the National Director.
TITLE II organs Structure and 12 services CHAPTER I General provisions article 21 kind of internal organization on the internal organisation of the services follows the model of hierarchical structure.
Article 22 Structure
1-the PJ comprises: a) the National Directorate; b) national units; c) territorial units; d) regional units; and local units); f) units to support research; g) support units. 2-the skills of the units of the PJ are established in Ordinance approved by members of the joint Government responsible for the areas of finance and justice. 3-the thirst and the geographic area of intervention of the units of the PJ are established in Ordinance to approve the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice. 4-PJ units can be arranged in areas, sectors or cores, and its maximum number defined by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice.
CHAPTER II jurisdiction article 23 bodies and 13 national steering Organs PJ comprises the following bodies: a) the National Director; b) Deputy National Directors that assist the National Director; c) the Superior Council of the judiciary police, National Director support body, with advisory status.
Article 24 National Director without prejudice to the powers conferred upon it by law or delegated or subdelegated to the National Director shall: a) Coordinate the articulation of PJ with the forces and security services and customs services, in the field of organised crime; b) propose to the Minister of justice measures to enhance the effectiveness in combating crime, in particular protocols of mutual cooperation and joint action plans with the other criminal police bodies; c) Assign or redistribute competences of criminal investigation between organic units and reallocate ongoing investigation processes; d) preside over the Supreme Council of the judiciary police.
Article 25 national directors deputies it is the responsibility of the national directors Assistant: a) the exercise of powers are delegated or subdelegated by the National Director, and identify responsible for replacing it in his absences and impediments; b) Exercise the coordination of structures for which they are designated by the National Director, notably under administrative, financial and operating 14.
Article 26 the Supreme Council of judicial police 1-the High Council of judiciary police, abbreviated called CSPJ, is composed of permanent members and elected members. 2-Are natural members: a) the National Director, presiding; b) Two Deputy National Directors; c) two of the heads of national units; d) Four directors of territorial units; e) the Director of judiciary police school. 3-born members referred to in points (b) and (c))) of the preceding paragraph shall be designated by the National Director. 4-Are elected members: a) a top Coordinator of criminal investigation; (b)) A criminal investigation coordinator; c) two inspectors-heads; d) five inspectors; and Six other staff representatives). 5-it is the CSPJ: a) develop the draft its rules of procedure, to be approved by the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice; b) give an opinion, when this is requested by the National Director, on the subjects of interest for the PJ, including and improving their working conditions; c) comment, with advisory, on draft legislation concerning the PJ, when to request by the National Director; d) issue opinions on proposals for the award of exceptional merit mention, badges or titles and awards of other agraciamentos; and an opinion when the proposal) application of disciplinary penalty of 15 compulsory retirement or dismissal; f) present to the National Director suggestions on measures concerning the dignity of the services and to improve social and working conditions of the staff of the PJ. 6-the provisions relating to electoral system and term of Office of the elected members of the CSPJ listed in rules of procedure to be adopted by the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice.
CHAPTER III Services article 27 National Directorate services the National Directorate of the PJ comprises the following services, which work depending on the National Director: the judicial police school); b) the technological support and prevention unit; c) to the financial intelligence unit; d) the unit of planning, technical assistance and documentation.
Article 28-1 national units at PJ there are the following national units: a) the national unity Against Terrorism; (b)) the National anti-corruption Unit; (c)) the National Unit to combat drug trafficking. 2-national units may have extensions or operating facilities outside the place of its headquarters.
16 article 29 territorial, regional and local Units 1-skills, and geographic area of intervention of the territorial, regional and local units of the PJ are established in accordance with the Ordinances referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 22 2-regional and local units work in reliance on a career of criminal investigation, under the conditions laid down by the National Director.
Article 30 Units to support research at PJ the following support units for research: a) the unit of information of Criminal investigation; (b)) the International cooperation unit; c) the technical and scientific police unit; d) telecommunications and Informatics Unit.
Article 31 at PJ support units the following support units: a) the unit of financial administration, safety and equity; b) the unit of human resources and public relations; (c)) the Financial Expertise and accounting unit; d) Disciplinary and Inspection Unit.
CHAPTER IV article 32 17 Bureau Directors of the national units is the responsibility of the heads of national units: a) Represent, direct, guide and coordinate the national level actions for prevention, detection and investigation and coadjuvação of the judicial authorities for the crimes of their competence, in accordance with the established by Deputy National Directors; b) present to the National Director, until 15 March the annual report; c) exercise the powers delegated and subdelegated by the Director; d) exercise the other powers assigned to them by law or regulation.
Article 33 heads of territorial units 1-it is up to the directors of the territorial units: the) Represent, direct, guide and coordinate the actions of prevention, detection, investigation and coadjuvação of the judicial authorities in respect of crimes within the jurisdiction of the territorial unit; b) Coordinating regional and local units are attached to them, under the conditions laid down by the National Director; c) present to the National Director, until March 15, the annual report should integrate the description of the activities carried out by the existing local and regional units depending on the respective territorial unit. d) exercising delegated powers and subdelegated by the Director; and Exercise the other powers) are assigned by law or regulation. 2-in the absences and impediments or in case of vacancy of the place, the director of territorial unit is replaced temporarily by Deputy Director of territorial unit.
18 article 34 Directors of units is the responsibility of the directors of units: a) Represent, direct, guide and coordinate the activities of their respective national level units, within the framework of its competencies; b) present to the National Director, until 15 March the annual report; c) exercise the powers delegated and subdelegated by the Director; d) exercise the other powers assigned to them by law or regulation.
Article 35 Deputy Directors of territorial units is the responsibility of the Deputy of territorial units, assist the directors of the respective unit.
Article 36 Heads of area it is up to the heads of area, in particular: a) Assist directly the respective director; b) Lead and guide the organic unit in the areas of its competence; c) Send information and opinions that are requested by the director.
Article 37 Seats of the upper steering direction and shall be laid down in Ordinance to be approved by the members responsible for the areas of finance and justice.
19 TITLE III Provision article 38 General Rule the recruitment of personnel and head of the PJ is directed by choice, in accordance with the following articles, in accordance with article 10 of law No. 21/2000, of 10 August.
Article 39 National Director
1-the National Director is provided by joint decree of the Prime Minister and Government member responsible for the area of Justice, judicial magistrates or public prosecutor, criminal investigation officers and coordinators of criminal investigation or Law graduates of recognized professional competence and experience for the performance of functions, linked or not to the Public Administration. 2-the post is provided in service for a period of three years, renewable for equal periods. 3-the renewal of the Commission must be notified to the party concerned until 30 days before its expiry, ceasing the same automatically at the end of the period if the Minister of tutelage has not expressly manifested their intention to renew, in which case the leader will remain in day-to-day management functions until the appointment of the new holder of the Office. 4-for the purposes of eventual renewal of the Commission, the competent authority must be informed, with the advance of 90 days, from the end of each Commission, ceasing this automatically at the end of the respective period where it is not complied with that formality. 5-at any time, the Commission considers may be given by order of the Minister of tutelage, on his own initiative or at the request of the person concerned. 20 article 40 Deputy National Directors 1-Deputy National Directors are provided by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice, on a proposal from the National Director of: the Judicial Magistrates); b) prosecutors; c) criminal investigation officers; d) top Coordinators of criminal investigation; and appropriate degree holders) of recognised professional competence and experience for the performance of functions, linked or not to the Public Administration. 2-The provision shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of the preceding article. 3-at any time, the Commission considers may be given by order of the Minister of tutelage, on his own initiative, on a proposal from the National Director, or at the request of the person concerned.
Article 41 national units 1-Directors the directors of national units are provided by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice, on a proposal from the National Director of: the Judicial Magistrates); b) prosecutors; c) criminal investigation officers; d) top Coordinators of criminal investigation; and) criminal investigation coordinator with more than five years of service in the category. 2-the director of the judicial police school has between: a) judicial magistrates; b) prosecutors; 21 c) criminal investigation officers; d) top Coordinators of criminal investigation; and appropriate degree holders) of recognised professional competence and experience for the performance of functions. 3-the director of the unit for prevention and technological support is provided from: a) criminal investigation officers; b) Coordinators of criminal investigation; c) Coordinators of criminal investigation with more than five years of service in the category. 4-The provision shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 40 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Article 42 1 territorial units-directors the directors of the territorial units are provided by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice, on a proposal from the National Director of: the Judicial Magistrates); b) prosecutors; c) criminal investigation officers; d) top Coordinators of criminal investigation; and) criminal investigation coordinator with more than five years of service in the category. 2-The provision shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 40 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Article 43-1 units directors the directors of units are provided by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice, upon a proposal by the National Director. 2-the directors of research units are appointed from among: 22 a) criminal investigation officers; b) Coordinators of criminal investigation; c) Coordinators of criminal investigation with more than five years of service in the category; d) proper degree holders, of recognized professional competence and experience for the performance of functions. 3-the directors of the support units are named among top Experts: a) with at least six years of career service; b) holders of degree, of recognized professional competence and experience for the performance of functions. 4-the director of Disciplinary and Inspection Unit is provided of: a) judicial magistrates; b) prosecutors; c) criminal investigation officers; d) Coordinators of criminal investigation. 5-The provision shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 40 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Article 44 Deputy Directors of territorial units 1-The Deputy of territorial units are provided by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice, on a proposal from the National Director of: the criminal investigation officers); b) Coordinators of criminal investigation; c) Coordinators of criminal investigation with more than five years of service in the category. 2-The provision shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 40 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
23 article 45 Heads of area 1-the heads of area are provided by choice, by order of the Director of National top experts with at least five years of service. 2-the head of the service area of arms and security in Financial Administration Unit, and is powered by a choice of criminal investigation personnel with at least five years of service.
TITLE IV financial provisions article 46 1 Recipes-PJ has the revenue from appropriations which are allocated in the State budget. 2-the PJ has revenue of IGFIJ transfers, IP. 3-the PJ is responsible for the collection of the following own resources resulting from their activity: a) the sums collected by the sale of publications and articles institutional promotion; (b)) the amounts charged for activities or services, namely, providing training, conducting surveys and exams, extraction of certificates and copies on paper or digital; c) Any other income which is assigned by law, contract or through any other means. 4-the amounts levied under the provisions of the preceding paragraph shall be paid to the PJ according to table approved by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of Justice. 5-The revenue referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 are made for expenditure of PJ during implementation of the budget of the year to which they relate and may not used 24 balances carried over to the following year.
Article 47 of the expenditure Expenditure resulting from charges of carrying out the responsibilities entrusted to him.
Article 48 classified Expenditure 1-PJ can perform expenditure placed under classified expenditure, defined in this article, in cases where the knowledge or disclosure of identity of service providers can jeopardize your life or physical integrity, or the knowledge of situationalism the expense might compromise the efficiency both the security either of research activities and support for research. 2-the costs are justified by classified document signed by the National Director. 3-other rules of budget management of this type of expenditure shall be laid down by joint decree of the members of the Government responsible for the areas of finance and justice.
Title V transitional and final provisions article 49 Directorate of criminal investigation departments, commissions of staff service provided in the direction of criminal investigation departments shall lapse on the date of entry into force of this law, employees in the exercise of functions of day-to-day management until the appointment of new holder.
25 Article 50 managerial Personnel in support of the criminal investigation service commissions of the managerial personnel to support the criminal investigation cease on the date of entry into force of this law, keeping the employees named in the exercise of functions of day-to-day management to the restructuring of its service.
Article 51 liaison officers remain in force ongoing service fees of liaison officers accredited to foreign States or international organizations.
Article 52 contests and training courses 1-remain valid tenders whose opening warning has been published by the date of entry into force of this law, as well as the training courses which are under the same conditions. 2-for the purposes of the preceding paragraph the descriptions of careers and categories considered to be reported to the provisions of the Ordinance of the staff regulations of the PJ. 3-the right to a monthly allowance equal to the value of the index 100 of the salary scale of the general regime of civil service, attributable to the non-civil service students who are attending training courses for admission in PJ, is ensured by appropriation to be entered in the budget of the PJ.
Article 53 restructuring of services
1-the staff serving in the higher Institute of judicial police and Criminal Science is integrated in the personnel of the PJ. 2-the teaching staff hired is integrated in the career of top specialist in accordance with arrangements to be defined in order of the National Director. 26 3-the succession of rights and obligations, as well as the redeployment of financial and organizational resources of the higher Institute of judicial police and Criminal Sciences are carried out in accordance with the law.
Article 54 1 Regulations-regulations for the PJ continue to apply, mutatis mutandis, until the publication of the regulations as a result of the rules provided for in this law. 2-While is not published the rules referred to in paragraph 1 shall remain in force, mutatis mutandis, the rules of the functioning of disciplinarians higher Institute of judicial police and Criminal Science.
Article 55 rights and duties To personnel of the PJ are applicable rights and duties enshrined in the status of Personnel, in particular articles 28 to 34 of law No. 2/2004, 15 January.
Article 56 rights Safeguard the implementation of the right of access provided in employee career positions and leaders in charge of the area, until the entry into force of this law, is held by order of the National Director, preceded by confirmation of their assumptions by the human resources and public relations.
Article 57 amendment to Decree-Law No. 275-A/2000 of 9 November the article 84 of the organic law of the judicial police, approved by Decree-Law No. 275-A/2000, 27 of November 9, is replaced by the following: ' article 84 [...]
1 - […]. 2 - […]. 3 - […]. 4-By joint decree of the Minister of Justice and member of the Government that the transport area, shall be fixed annually the burden arising from the assignment of the right provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2, expenditure to be borne by the budget of the PJ.»
Article 58 revogatórios Effects under article 5 of Decree-Law No. 201/2006 of 27 October, repealed on the date of entry into force of this law: a) articles 1 to 61, 70, 112 to 117, 129 and 173 to 175 of Decree-Law No. 275-A/2000 of 9 November as conferred by law No. 103/2001 , 25 August, Decree-Law No. 304/2002, of 13 December, and Decree-Law No. 43/2003, of 13 March. b) all regulations pertaining to the higher Institute of judicial police and Criminal Science, namely Decree-Law No. 37/78 of 20 February, Decree-Law No. 235/80, of 18 July, ministerial order No. 316/87, of 16 April, Decree-Law No. 54/88, of 25 February, Decree-Law No 88/88, of 10 March, ministerial order No. 434/88 , of 6 July, conjoined order to-22/90-XI, April 5, Regulatory Decree No. 13/91, of 11 April, ministerial order No. 1070/94, of December 7 and joint decree No. 868/2003 of 2 September.
59 Article 28 entry into force this law shall enter into force within 30 days of the date of its publication.
Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 24 May 2007 Prime Minister the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Presidency
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