mid-level jobs and a salary of R$ 6 thousand; see what to study!

ON IGP SC competition (General Institute of Forensics of Santa Catarina) offers 196 vacancies for the post of Criminalistic Assistant. The role requires a high school education and pays 6000 BRL, which is an excellent opportunity!

Applications are accepted until October 26 via the official website of FEPESE banka, the organizer of the event, and submissions are scheduled for November 6, 2022.

Do you know what to study to win your place? Check what will happen content charge in objective tests and speed up your preparation!


IGP SC Contest – What to study?

As stated in the press release, the objective tests will consist of 80 questions multiple choice, with 5 alternatives, i.e. 35 questions of general knowledge and 45 questions of specific knowledge.

See details about the test structure:

Curriculum – IGP SC Contest

Check out the content that is charged in objective tests below:

General knowledge

Portuguese language – 12 questions

official spelling. Word classes: noun and verb inflections. Syntactic analysis: relations and meanings between sentences, points and syntactic functions of terms. Regency syntax: verbs and their predication; verbal and nominal regency, crasis. Syntax of agreement: nominal and verbal agreement; grammatical and ideological agreement (silepsis). Placement of pronouns: slip, mesoclide and enclise. Word meaning: homonyms and paronyms. Stylistics: denotation and connotation; figures of speech: metaphor, metonymy, prosopopeia, antithesis and pleonasm. Semantics:
synonymy and antonymy. Punctuation: comma, semicolon, colon, exclamation point, question mark and full stop. Official wording: forms of action, official correspondence. Understanding and interpretation of the text.

Concepts of law – 8 questions

Constitutional terms: fundamental principles. On fundamental rights and guarantees. of Brazilian nationality. Powers of the Union, States, Federal District and Municipalities. Public administration and public servants. Public safety.

Basics of criminal law: Criminal offense: elements, types. Active and passive subject of the criminal act. Typicality, illegality, punishability, punishability. Criminal offences: Criminal offenses against a person, Criminal offenses against property, Criminal offenses against public faith, Criminal offenses against public administration.

Concepts of criminal procedural law: From the police investigation: Art. 6 and 7. Forensic medical examination and expert reports in general: Art. 158 to 184

Terms of administrative law: Concepts of administrative organization. Direct and indirect, centralized and decentralized administration. deconcentration. Explicit and implicit principles of public administration. Public agencies. Public agents. Administrative Procedure. Administrative powers. Administrative act. Management control and responsibility: administrative control; judicial control; legislative control. Administrative dishonesty. Civil responsibility of the state. Offers and contracts: laws no. 8.666/1993, 10.520/2002 and

Logical reasoning – 15 questions

Logical structures. Logic of arguments. Logic diagrams. Trigonometry. Determinant matrices and solving linear systems. Algebra. probabilities. Combinations, arrangements and permutations. Basic geometry. Set theory: notations and representations; Types of assemblies; Properties. Operations between sets; The relationship between set theory and logic. Statement logic: Simple and complex statements; True values; Connections; Properties; Tautology and contradiction; Sufficient condition and necessary condition; Equivalence and logical implication; Closed sentences. Predicate logic: open sentences; Properties; arguments; Quantifiers; Calculus of predicates. Understanding and working out the logic of situations through: mathematical reasoning (including, among others, rational and real numerical sets – operations, properties, problems involving the four operations in fractional and decimal form; complex numerical sets; numbers and proportional quantities; ratio and proportion; proportional division; simple and complex rule of three; percentage); sequential reasoning; spatial and temporal orientation; concept formation; discrimination of elements.

Special questions of knowledge

Informatics – 15 questions

Basic terms and basics. Knowledge and use of the main auxiliary software (file compressors, chat, e-mail clients, video players, image viewers, antivirus). File identification and manipulation. File backup. Basic hardware concepts (motherboard, memories, processors (CPU) and HD storage disks, CD and DVD). Computer peripherals. Working environments: Using Windows 7 and Windows 10 operating systems. Basic concepts about Linux and free software. Using a text editor (Microsoft Word and LibreOffice Writer). Using a spreadsheet editor (Microsoft Excel i
LibreOffice Calc). Using Microsoft PowerPoint. Using and configuring e-mail in Microsoft Outlook.
Concepts of technologies related to the Internet and intranet, web browsing and searching, web search engines, internet browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Internet security, computer viruses, spyware, malware, phishing. File transfer over the Internet. Basic terms Datamining and Datawarehouse. Basic concepts of data storage. Relational database. Basic concepts of database architecture and administration. Basic knowledge about the server environment: Structure of physical and virtualized servers. Cloud computing concept.

Concepts of criminology and legal medicine – 12 questions

Definition, history and doctrine of criminology; Request for expertise; The main expertise specified in the Criminal Procedure Act; Crime scenes: conceptualization, classification, isolation and preservation of crime scenes. Chain of Custody: Concepts, Degrees and Phases. Proof: concept, objects and object of proof. Types of evidence: confessional evidence, witness statements, material evidence and expert reports. Forms of proof: direct and indirect form. Expertise: definition, requirement and deadlines. Corpus crime: concept. Purposes of crime scene investigations against persons and against property. Traces of forensic interest and their classification. Places of death: Violent death; Place of death by firearm; Place of death by blunt objects, cutting objects, piercing or mixed objects; Place
death caused by suffocation. Forensic traumatology: Concepts. Study of injuries caused by stabbing, cutting, blunt, blunt cut, blunt stab, stabbing-cutting instruments. Asphyxology:
hanging, suffocation, suffocation, suffocation, burial, drowning, confinement and inert gases.
Forensic thanatology: concepts. Dynamics, phenomena of death and signs of death. Vital and postmortem injuries. Principles of human identification: identification and identity.

General administrative terms – 10 questions

Basic terms: administration, organization, efficiency, effectiveness, effectiveness. General theory of administration. Administrative process: functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Hierarchical levels. Roles and competencies of management. Main types of decisions. Problem solving process. Planning: definition, process, levels. Behavioral aspects of organization: leadership, motivation, communication and performance. Planning: strategic planning; scenario-based planning. Decision-making process: analysis and problem-solving techniques; factors influencing the decision; types of decisions. People management: leadership styles; competence management; teamwork; motivation; empowerment. Administrative control: performance indicators; concepts of effectiveness, efficiency and effectiveness. Organizational communication: skills and elements of communication.

Special regulations – 8 questions

Law no. 10.826/03 (Statute on Disarmament), Law no. 11.343/06 (Law on Drugs). Law no. 9.503/97 (Brazilian Traffic Code): Art. 302 to 312-A. Constitution of the State of Santa Catarina: Articles 105 and 109-A. State Law No. 15,156/10. State supplementary law no. 765/20. State law no. 16,772/15. Law no. 12,737/12. Law no. 12.527/11 (Act on access to information), Act no. 7,116/83. Regulation no. 10,977/22. State law no. 6.843/86 (Civil Police Statute): Art. 204 to 221.

Summary of the IGP SC competition

  • Organizer bank: FEPES
  • Position offered: Criminal Assistant
  • Education: middle level
  • Salaries: starting 6,000.00 BRL
  • Vacancies: 196
  • Registration fee: 180.00 BRL
  • Applications: 9/27 to 10/26
  • Objective evidence: 11/06
  • Check the notice

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