Technical team


The International Institute of Identification (InterID) has as one of its purposes the production of research, reports, studies, consultancy and similar, in addition to carrying out training that have the area of ​​identification as their scope. Below, we present the professionals who make up the institute’s team of consultants, helping InterID to become a technical reference and for its purposes to be fully achieved. To learn more about InterID’s technical performance, write to

João Rosa

Retired Federal Criminal Expert from the Federal Police. In more than 20 years of professional experience, he is an Agronomist from the Escola Superior de Agricultura de Lavras and a specialist in Administration with an emphasis on Criminalistics from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation, accumulating experiences as coordinator of Strategic Management of the Federal Police, deputy director and chief from the Forensics Division of the National Institute of Criminalistics, director of Sustainable Development and advisor to the Presidency of the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI).

Roosevelt Leadebal Jr.

Lawyer and economist, Roosevelt Leadebal Jr. He has more than two decades of experience as a criminal expert for the Federal Police, has accumulated experience in the area of ​​combating financial crimes, documentary expertise and teaching at the National Academy of the PF. Roosevelt, who holds an MBA in Capital Markets from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and a Master’s in Production Engineering from the Federal University of Pernambuco, also coordinated institutional governance policies at the Undersecretariat of Compliance and Integrity of the Ministry of Infrastructure, applying the pillars of Compliance, Compliance and Integrity aimed at preventing incidents of fraud and corruption, as well as creating the Minfra Integrity Seal.

Nerci de Almeida

Master in Electrical Engineering from the University of Brasília (UnB), specialist in Public Security Management from the National Police Academy and graduated in Chemistry from the Catholic University of Brasília, retired criminal expert Nerci de Almeida dedicated herself a lot to Forensic Phonetics, participating in numerous training courses and events on the subject, which also allowed him to specialize in audio and voice.