Belford Roxo police

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54 ° Precinct police Belford Roxo Brazil
54 ° Precinct
Travessa Xerem, 800 - Vila Medeiros, Belford Roxo
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53ª Delegacia de Polícia de police Belford Roxo Brazil
53ª Delegacia de Polícia de
Avenida Getúlio de Moura, 1289A - Centro, Mesquita
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Delegacia de Atendimento à Mulher police Belford Roxo Brazil
Delegacia de Atendimento à Mulher
Rua Henriqueta, 197 - Jacarepagua, Rio de Janeiro
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15th Military Police Battalion police Belford Roxo Brazil
15th Military Police Battalion
Rua Pedro Corrêa, 273 - Centro, Duque de Caxias
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Codeni-Nova Iguaçu police Belford Roxo Brazil
Codeni-Nova Iguaçu
Rua Joaquim Viêira, 180 - Lafaiete, Nova Iguaçu
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Division of Women Police Service police Belford Roxo Brazil
Division of Women Police Service
Estrada Retiro da Imprensa, 800 - Areia Branca, Belford Roxo
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27th DP - Vicente de Carvalho police Belford Roxo Brazil
27th DP - Vicente de Carvalho
Rua Ana Frank, s/n - Vila da Penha, Rio de Janeiro
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31th DP Ricardo de Albuquerque police Belford Roxo Brazil
31th DP Ricardo de Albuquerque
Rua Marechal Alencastro, 2731 - Parque Anchieta, Rio de Janeiro
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34th Police Station police Belford Roxo Brazil
34th Police Station
Rua Sabogi, 51 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Polícia Militar police Belford Roxo Brazil
Polícia Militar
Rua Maria Soares Sendas - Venda Velha, São João de Meriti
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Federal Highway Police police Belford Roxo Brazil
Federal Highway Police
Rodovia Presidente Dutra,Km 163 - Parque do Jurito, Rio de Janeiro
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Divisão de Homicídio Baixada police Belford Roxo Brazil
Divisão de Homicídio Baixada
Avenida Florípes da Rocha, 38 - Centro, Belford Roxo
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Polícia Militar police Belford Roxo Brazil
Polícia Militar
Rua José Haddad - Centro, Belford Roxo
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Polícia Militar police Belford Roxo Brazil
Polícia Militar
Avenida Doutor Carvalhães - BNH, Mesquita
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39th Military Police Battalion police Belford Roxo Brazil
39th Military Police Battalion
Parque São Bernardo, Avenida Joaquim da Costa Lima, 2970, Belford Roxo
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PMERJ - 39º BPM - DPO Barro police Belford Roxo Brazil
PMERJ - 39º BPM - DPO Barro
Avenida Belford Roxo, s/n - Barro Vermelho, Belford Roxo
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3º Comando de Policiamento de Área police Belford Roxo Brazil
3º Comando de Policiamento de Área
Rua Tenente Aldir Soares Adriano, 345 - Centro, Mesquita
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20th Military Police Battalion police Belford Roxo Brazil
20th Military Police Battalion
Rua Tenente Aldir Soares Adriano, 354 - Centro, Mesquita
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Sala de Operações 20° BPM police Belford Roxo Brazil
Sala de Operações 20° BPM
Rua Tenente Aldir Soares Adriano, 345 - Cruzeiro do Sul, Mesquita
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Polícia Militar police Belford Roxo Brazil
Polícia Militar
Rua Carmem Gonzáles, S/N - Vila Norma, São João de Meriti
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Police stations in Belford Roxo

Belford Roxo police: 54 ° Precinct, 53ª Delegacia de Polícia de, Delegacia de Atendimento à Mulher, 15th Military Police Battalion, Codeni-Nova Iguaçu, Division of Women Police Service, 27th DP - Vicente de Carvalho, 31th DP Ricardo de Albuquerque, 34th Police Station, Polícia Militar, Federal Highway Police, Divisão de Homicídio Baixada, Polícia Militar, Polícia Militar, 39th Military Police Battalion, PMERJ - 39º BPM - DPO Barro, 3º Comando de Policiamento de Área, 20th Military Police Battalion, Sala de Operações 20° BPM, Polícia Militar

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