This Friday the mayor of Tres Arroyos, Carlos Sánchez received the deputy Lucia Ianezformer Director of Access to Justice and Victim Violence, and Agustina Lafollacurrent Provincial Director of Access to Justice and Victim Assistance, dependent on the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of the Province of Buenos Aires.
During the visit of the provincial officials it was announced thatBefore the end of the year, a Center for Access to Justice and Victim Assistance (CAJUS) will be operating in Tres Arroyos. at the former headquarters of LALCEC, Calle Reconquista at 568.
Accompanying Mayor Sánchez, Dr. claudia cittadinoby the Ministry of Social Development and the Attorney Juliana RioboDirector of the Women, Gender and Diversity area of the Municipality of Tres Arroyos.
Legislator Iáñez indicated that: “The CAJUS, which is going to start working in Tres Arroyos, has the purpose of providing comprehensive and interdisciplinary care to residents in serious situations, but also in all kinds of procedures that have to do with access to rights.”
“These devices have given a large number of responses to the neighbors, articulating with the Judiciary and different management sectors to facilitate access to rights and support for victims” – he explained.
Agustina Lafolla, for her part, anticipated that “CAJUS will be made up of an interdisciplinary team made up of a lawyer, psychologist, social worker and administrative staff.”
It will work with two specific public policies: assistance to victims of serious crimes, such as homicides, femicides, sexual abuse and, since September, within the framework of the application of the Victims Law, which aims at access to justice and comprehensive accompaniment to the person who has suffered a crime, the victims will be sponsored through an agreement with COLPROBA, which brings together Buenos Aires lawyers”.
For his part, Mayor Sánchez stated that: “Of 135 municipalities there are already 26 CAJUS installed and we would be the 27th, so it is a pride that they have taken us into account among the first.
“There will be an agreement with the Province by which the Municipality will give a house, and in that space the neighbors will have a place where they will be attended to in their problems that are usually distressing and difficult to solve, because many times the problem with justice is to reach and understand how it works. And this center is the way to do it.”
After the press conference, the future headquarters of CAJUS, Reconquista 568 (former LALCEC) and the house of the Directorate of Women, Gender and Diversity were visited.