The Senate approved a resolution directing the Commission on Human Rights and Labor Issues to investigate what actions and / or ethics have been implemented in the Puerto Rico Police Bureau, the Department of Justice and the Court Administration Office. The gender identity or sexual orientation of crime victims should be categorized and handled according to such circumstances, as well as any other effort to guarantee decent treatment to victims and promote greater institutional awareness.
It is Senate Resolution 78 written by the Senators, Maria de Lourdes Santiago, Rafael Bernabeu, Ana Irma Rivera Lassen, Ada Garcia Montez and Ruben Soto Rivera.
“This action has been translated into heinous crimes. Being able to know what can and cannot be done. All elements of justice benefit from this investigation to work on the issue of hate crimes, ”Rivera Lawson said.
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