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The role of municipalities and the "new paradigm" in safety public policies in Brazil: an analysis of the process of shifts in public policies
After the democratic transition in Brazil (1984) public safety has become especially relevant in the country due to high rates of crime and the feeling of insecurity among the population, especially in big cities. In this context, prevention is presented in the last decade in response to the repressive policies that have not prevented the continued growth of violence in the country. Regarding public safety, the Brazilian Constitution stipulates in its art. 144 that public safety is carried outdoi:10.15496/publikation-36387 fatcat:qcnnleq6mrg5rdd57duw5rtenm