Police authority (delegate) - Salary and Career
Police Delegates

Police authority (delegate) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They exclusively preside over the activities of the judicial police, direct and coordinate the activities of repression of criminal offenses to restore order and individual and collective security. They manage activities in the interest of public safety. They issue public documents and manage human and material resources.

How much does an Police authority (delegate) earn

A Police authority (delegate) earns between $3.190 and $4.681 per month, with an average monthly salary of $3.475 and a median salary of $3.569 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 4 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Police authority (delegate)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 3.475 41.696 869 16
1º Quartile 3.190 38.286 798 15
Median Salary 3.569 42.831 892 17
3º Quartile 3.570 42.835 892 17
Higher Salary 4.681 56.166 1.170 22

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals in the legal sciences
      • lawyers for the judiciary and public security
        • police delegates

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Main workplaces

Police Delegates they work in public administration, in police stations and related bodies, at the state and district levels. They work as a team, under occasional supervision, indoors, outdoors and in vehicles and during daytime or irregular hours. They can be exposed to shootings, insalubrity and diseases. In some activities, they remain in uncomfortable positions for long periods and may work under pressure, leading to a stressful situation.

What does it take to work in the field of Police Delegates

The exercise of this occupation requires training in Law and public tender, followed by specialization courses.

Functions and activities of Police authority (delegate)

Police Delegates must:

  • directing the activities of repression of criminal offenses;
  • manage activities of public security interest;
  • direct the activities of repression of criminal offenses;
  • manage human and material resources;
  • preside with exclusivity over the judiciary police activities;
  • manage activities of public safety interest;
  • manage human resources and materials;
  • directing the activities of repression of criminal offenses;
  • directing activities to repress criminal offenses;
  • issuing public documents;
  • preside with exclusivity over the judicial police activities;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • directing repression activities for criminal offenses;
  • coordinating actions to prevent criminal offenses;
  • dispatch public documents;
  • preside exclusively over the judiciary police activities;
  • preside with exclusivity over the activities of the judiciary police;
  • preside with exclusivity over judicial police activities;
  • coordinate actions to prevent criminal offenses;

  • Activities

    • demonstrate general knowledge;
    • deliver courses and lectures to the community;
    • accredit documentary dispatchers;
    • propose disciplinary punishment;
    • coordinate witness protection plans;
    • install police investigation;
    • act creatively;
    • maintain physical stamina;
    • supervise production, transport and commercialization of controlled chemical products;
    • providing assistance to police officers from other countries and other units of the federation;
    • define human resources framework;
    • demonstrate persuasion;
    • indicate persons as perpetrators of criminal offences;
    • forwarding children to the guardianship council;
    • coordinate the actions of the civil guard in the cases provided for by law;
    • preside over administrative-disciplinary procedures;
    • determine the referral of the investigation to the judiciary;
    • custody inmates;
    • control the transport and sale of explosives, weapons and ammunition;
    • inspect the operation of private security companies;
    • arbitrate bail;
    • dispatch id cards;
    • implement actions: monitoring of suspects, patrolling, barriers and searches ;
    • control the armament and registration of guards of private security companies;
    • coordinate technical service of social and psychological support to the civil police;
    • download lower hierarchy rules;
    • inspect the work of documental dispatchers;
    • enable documental dispatchers;
    • prosecute foreigners in an irregular situation;
    • issuing a release permit;
    • control the transit of foreigners;
    • demonstrate ability to know and interpret the law;
    • authorize the operation of private security companies;
    • becoming aware of the criminal offense;
    • perform ordinary and extraordinary corrections;
    • research topics of research interest;
    • dispatch notifications;
    • deciding on the arrest in flagrante delicto;
    • demonstrate improvisational skills;
    • issuing background certificates;
    • act with emotional balance;
    • deliver a teenager to the legal guardian;
    • request provisional arrests to the judiciary;
    • repress clandestine activities of private security;
    • represent security agencies with other entities;
    • demonstrate professional vocation;
    • demonstrate psychological resilience;
    • search for missing persons;
    • conduct a warning hearing;
    • demonstrate auditory acuity;
    • guide the community;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • dispatch gun records and possessions;
    • request information, examinations and expertise from various bodies;
    • repatriate foreigners;
    • act with urbanity;
    • preside over administrative processes;
    • dispatch other documents related to public security;
    • decide on the opening of a police investigation;
    • elaborate privately detailed terms;
    • dispatch passports;
    • register infractions committed by children and adolescents;
    • apply disciplinary punishments;
    • materialize the results of investigations;
    • determine police investigations;
    • demonstrate insight;
    • issuing precatory letters;
    • making arrests;
    • control the activities of private security companies;
    • issue legal opinions;
    • supervise the use of material resources;
    • managing crises (riots, kidnappings);
    • fulfill rogatory and rogatory letters;
    • coordinate the destruction of seized illicit material;
    • demonstrate sense of spatial orientation;
    • develop a preventive action plan;
    • demonstrate visual acuity;
    • make decisions quickly;
    • deport foreigners;
    • demonstrate leadership;
    • act with common sense;
    • master the portuguese language;
    • elaborate criminal statistics;
    • processing information for police purposes;
    • dispatch ordinances and work orders;
    • to prepare the final investigation report;
    • extradite foreigners;
    • supervise the functional performance of subordinates;
    • stay courageous;
    • supervise auctions of seized vehicles;
    • supervise the transport and sale of explosives, weapons and ammunition;
    • formally listening to people in the interest of the investigation;
    • refer the occurrence of an infraction to the childhood and youth court ;
    • issuing driver's licenses;
    • ensure the safety of dignitaries;
    • dispatch the release of dead bodies in the cases provided for by law;
    • handle weapons and equipment with dexterity;
    • distribute tasks;
    • demonstrate persistence;
    • master writing techniques;
    • determine the recording of the occurrence;
    • determine the submission of the detailed term;
    • issuing licensing and registration documents for motor vehicles;
    • inspect workshops and dismantle vehicles;
    • act with discipline;
    • act promptly;
    • protect witnesses and victims;
    • fulfilling court orders;
    • fulfill judicial requests;
    • reason logically;
    • coordinate the process of recruiting and training police officers;
    • demonstrate analytical skills;
    • preside over public security tenders;
    • expel foreigners;
    • seize objects related to the criminal offense;
    • arrest adolescents for participating in an infraction;
    • collect information for police purposes;
    • issuing identity cards for foreigners;
    • send adolescents to the special childhood court;
    • decide on the elaboration of detailed terms;
    • stay in good physical shape;
    • issuing certificates;

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