Judiciary of the State of Acre

Civil courts, family courts and the state treasury received 45 pieces of new equipment to help them work, and they are even more economical and sustainable because they consume only 20% of what the old computers used

Close to the completion of the distribution of new computers for the civil area of ​​the entire 1st degree, the administrative management of the Court of Justice of Acre (TJAC) delivered another 45 new equipment at the Barão do Rio Branco forum, on the morning of this Friday, 23. Thus, five civil courts were present, three family courts and two public treasury offices.

Since July, new cases have been delivered to various units of the 1st degree of justice in Acre. The focus is to serve the regions in the interior and the 1st degree, then, after checking other needs, so much so that computers have already been delivered to Acrelândia, Brasiléia, Bujari, Epitaciolândia, Feijó, Mâncio Lima, Marechal Thaumaturgo, Plácido de Castro, Rodrigues Alves, Sena Madureira , Tarauacá and Xapuri.

In Rio Branco, they received computers, conflict resolution and citizenship centers (Cejusc), an electronic processing center (Cepre), a court for public records, two appeals councils, two courts for children and youth and a court for public treasury and tax enforcement, and and finally the Traffic Court.

Judge Waldirene Cordeiro, president of the TJAC, highlighted the commitment of the administration, which also includes judges Roberto Barros (Vice President) and Elcio Mendes (Chief Inspector of Justice), to improving working conditions and services provided to the population. .

During the conversation with civil servants, judges and judges at the Forum, the president asked everyone to commit to using the new equipment, both to preserve its durability and for the benefit of people who need justice. “We will work much harder, with more agility, more warrants, more fines, in order to better serve the citizens, with equipment that helps us,” said the judge.

The Inspector General of Justice, Associate Justice of the Interior, Lois Arruda, judges and staff working in the units benefiting from the new computers, as well as directors and directors of the TJAC administration also participated. “This is a very important moment, which represents a great effort of this administration. We are very pleased with these improvements,” said judge Elcio Mendes.

The Director of the District Court of Rio Branco, Judge Zenice Cardoso, emphasized her joy and gratitude. “The word is gratitude. Because we were looking forward to this delivery, mainly because we know how hard it was to get here. So, we know that there is a huge effort by the management to improve our work and that should be in the first place by replacing the machines on which we spend the most time. So, this moment of joy has arrived and I thank you for everything you have done to get us to this moment,” commented Cardoso.

Sustainability and social function

New computers, in addition to simplifying work, because they have a larger capacity, do not break down, and meet the institution’s sustainability policy. The new machines consume only 20% of the energy used by the old ones. This contributes to financial savings and the preservation of natural resources.

However, basic attention, such as turning off the monitor and the CPU at the time of departure, must be maintained to improve the preservation of the equipment, which, as Judge Fernando Nóbrega, Head of the 2nd Family Court of Rio, Remind us, Branco are instruments to care for us about the well-being of people who need support.

“All this effort of the Court administration will be fruitful only if we are aware of our role and mission. Our payer is not the judges, the judges, it is the citizen. Hunger does not wait. Our well-being will be complete if we are committed to each other. What is the best way to be happy? Do good to others. So I appreciate this initiative and say it will pay off only if we have engagement. These computers are functional tools to improve our work to better serve the person who comes here looking for food, medicine, life,” said the judge.

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