Museum of the Civil Police, Sao Paulo

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  • Many faculties of the university of Sao Paulo have their own museum, and the police academy is no exception. Just ask for the museum at the entry and they will show you the way. In front of the...  more »
  • It is open week days only. I went there very rainy Saturday and it was closed. It was very sad :( You guys control the open hours and enjoy the museum.  more »
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  • Museum with free entrance, well structured and clean, is well located also, from to park practically in front of the street, without valet Parker and safe right, many policemen around. There is a policeman at the entrance to receive, advise and take questions, on the day Q was a very polite and caring professional, played with the children and everything with the greatest patience. The museum has a tablet with a translator application for the insertion of people with difficulty in listening and who know pounds, the policeman passes all the information there to the person if need the collection has since old material used, furniture and weapons, account on the GCM Paulista Q participated in the FEB, tells the history of women in the civil, has real materials used in various crimes that had fame and the description of how they occurred, besides the history of police officers who took courses in the FBI and various materials from other World police officers who cooperate with our friendly nations. It has sessions that can not be photographed as well, because it has pictures and real bodies of dead people, this to give an idea of how easy the police work and how the human can be despicable. But it's all separate, who doesn't feel good doesn't need to visit. Super recommend, much is history on site, counts even with a piece Dlreao of the Twin Towers as a form of homage.
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  • Very interesting location. The bulletins for the occurrence of some of the biggest crimes in São Paulo are available. Large collection of weapons (can not photograph). Some photos contain extremely strong scenes of violence, I do not recommend taking small children in this sector. Free entrance, is a 12-minute walk from the Butantã Metro (Yellow Line)
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