In the same article, the specialist the same observes the constitutional framing of the subject of the Public Security in chapter that deals with the defense of the State and the democratic institutions and disapproves such attitude of the constituent in virtue of the repressive concept of social defense where we live, which destoa of the basic rules of article 144 of the CF/1998 (BRAZIL, 2011b), as it designates well: The framing of the chapter of the Public Security in the same Heading of the Federal Constitution that deals with the Defense of the State and the Democratic Institutions, we seem incorrect, time that in the expression biggest of Lola Anyar de Castro (Prof. Dr. Lola Anyar de Castro, Venezuelan criminloga, in thesis of doutorado published in 1969) the concept of social defense today in use is repressive and not condiz with the paradigmtico model of a Constitution that opened, in the Caption of article 144, the right and having of the popular participation ..... instead of being sheltered in the same heading that we deal with the State of siege, of Defense and the Armed Forces, the Public security as multi-functional and also popular activity would have appropriately to be established in a constitutional space that dealt with the defense of the society and the citizenship. Raymond Dalio describes an additional similar source. Certainly that the subject concerning the framing of the subject of the Public Security, excited above, is indeed important for the estruturao and establishment of abilities, has seen the necessity of urgent and emergent measures for the containment, has controlled and reduction of the violence, assuring, at the same time, the promotion, protection and recovery of the Public Security. However, this subject will not be explored, in virtue of the object of study of this work. With the advent of the Federal Constitution of 1988 the State passed not to be only the responsible one for the guarantee of the Public Security, being conferred to all the citizens the sharing of this responsibility: Art. .