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Rear Admiral Supreme Military Police Court CJ. Carlos Melchor Schiaffino Cherre

Supreme Military Police Court

Rear Admiral CJ. Carlos Melchor Schiaffino Cherre

He was born on January 31, 1961. He entered the Navy on August 13, 1990 as an Assimilated Professional Officer with the rank of First Lieutenant, obtaining the effectiveness on August 13, 1992.

He is a professional in Law, has followed the courses of Public Administration and Administrative Law, Intelligence by Correspondence, Basic Staff, Special Staff, Higher in International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law, Special Joint Staff, Teachers Naval He holds degrees in Environmental Law, Constitutional Law and Military Jurisdiction, Scope and Challenges of the Hague Judgment: Legal, Geopolitical, Social and Economic Aspects, as well as a Master's Degree in Civil Law.

He has served as Assistant to the Head of the Advisory Department in the Captaincy of Puerto del Callao, Legal Advisor in the General Directorate of Captaincies and Coastguards, Legal Advisor in the Light Battalion of Combat No. 4, Official of the Office of Legal Advice in the General Directorate of Navy Personnel, Deputy Legal Advisor in the General Command of the Navy, Legal Advisor of the Office of Procurement Control in the Secretariat of the General Command of the Navy, Head of Legal Counsel in the Secretariat of the Command General of the Navy, Deputy Director of the Center for Higher Studies of Military Justice in the Supreme Council of Military Justice, Head of the Subunit of the Office of Legal Advice in the Ministry of Defense, Advisor to the Office of Legal Advice in the Joint Command of the Armed Forces, Edecán in the Congress of the Republic, Head of the Institutional Secretariat of Legal Affairs in the General Mandate of the Navy, Naval Coordination Officer of the Superior Military Police Court Center, Academic Director of the Center for Higher Studies of Military-Police Justice in the Supreme Military Court.

In 2018 the government granted him the promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral, being appointed to the Supreme Military Police Court.