Eduardo Pazinato

Eduardo holds a Ph.D. in Public Policies from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, and a Master of Law from the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. He consulted at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and since 2016 he has been a columnist at the Santa María Newspaper. He was Deputy Secretary and Head of the Secretariat of Public Safety and Citizenship of Canoas (2009-2012), an Associate of the Brazilian Forum of Public Security (FBSP). Management Advisor of the FBSP and National Counselor of Public Security - CONASP (2013-2014), and a consultant of the United Nations Development Program - UNDP (2013 and 2014). Additionally, Eduardo was a consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank - IDB (2015 and 2018), and institutional Coordinator of the Public Safety Observatory of Canoas (2010-2012), General Coordinator of the Criminality Observatory of Bagé / RS (2013-2014) and of the Citizen Security Observatory of Novo Hamburgo (2015-2016), by the Commission of the Law School of Santa María (FADISMA). He has both authored and co-authored several technical and academic books in the areas of citizen security and justice. He is currently the Director of Innovation at the Brazilian Institute.

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Leaders in Citizen Security and Justice Management for the Caribbean (edX)

Learn about the latest in prevention, police and justice modernization, and social rehabilitation. The high rates of crime and violence are two of the main challenges that affect the citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean. That is why the public policies of citizen security are prioritized in the [...]
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