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Prosecutor’s Office requires the District University for failures in the INPEC exam

The Attorney General's Office assured that it will maintain its investigative work, both of a preventive and surveillance nature, until the candidates for the INPEC positions are again summoned to the evidence.
The Attorney General’s Office assured that it will maintain its investigative work, both of a preventive and surveillance nature, until the candidates for the INPEC positions are again summoned to the evidence.

The Office of the Attorney General of the Nation announcement, on January 12, 2023, that will require the University Francisco Jose de Caldawhich served as an operator in the selection processes for applicants for positions in the National Penitentiary and Prison Institute (INPEC).

According to the information revealed by the Public Prosecutor’s Office, from the second delegate for preventive surveillance of the public function, problems were found in the operation of the district University to develop the exams, which were to be carried out in December 2022, affecting a total of 18,064 candidates for qualified positions.

“The tests could not be met, apparently, because the material did not reach 9 of the 12 cities arranged within the framework of the selection process No. 1357 of 2019 – INPEC Administrative”, they assured from the Attorney General’s Office.

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The INPEC offered two types of jobs in the call: 216 jobs for administrative positions for 13,841 vacancies and 630 jobs to fill a total of 1,127, in the case of the national offer.

The agreement was established between the National Civil Service Commission (CNSC) and the educational entity. The first institution mentioned reported that the university took time to formulate the questionnaires, specifically the items, which would be applied in the admission process.

Given this scenario, the CNSC instituted a process for breach of contract. The administrative action led to the application of an administrative sanction against the education entity amounting to $56,179,200 million pesos. This decision was reaffirmed by resolution 20579 issued on December 13, 2022.

The attorney He assured that he will maintain his investigative work, both of a preventive and surveillance nature, until the candidates for INPEC positions are again summoned to the tests.

Communication from the Attorney General's Office on the District University.  Caption.  @PGN_COL.
Communication from the Attorney General’s Office on the District University. Caption. @PGN_COL.

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At the time, the CNSC reported that: “due to logistical problems attributable to the operator, it has been forced to postpone the application of the written tests for the call INPEC administrative procedures that would take place today, December 18, in 12 cities in the country.” The statement directly attributed responsibility to the district Universityby not guaranteeing the necessary logistical conditions for its realization.

Through social networks, the discomfort of the applicants who were already present in the educational centers where the test was to be applied was expressed. Many of them had been waiting years for this opportunity. They had asked for work permits to present the tests, in addition to the costs associated with transporting those who had to travel between cities, according to information published by The Colombian.

It is important to remember that the National Penitentiary and Prison System is made up of the National Penitentiary and Prison Institute, as a public establishment attached to the Ministry of Justice and Law with legal status, independent assets and administrative autonomy; by all the detention centers that operate in the country, by the National Penitentiary School and by the other agencies attached to or linked to the fulfillment of its purposes.

Communication from the Attorney General’s Office on the District University.

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