Check when this new security corps will start operating in Sinaloa and how many elements will be distributed in the state territory
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Thousands of 800 elements of the National Guard will be distributed in Sinaloa in the middle of July, and security authorities in the state have dialogued with state authorities on the opening of an eighth region in the municipality of Escuinapa, revealed Renato Ocampo Alcántar.
The executive secretary of the State Public Security System said that these are the strategies that the state government seeks to promote, in order to continue reducing the rates of violence that occur in the state.
“The Guardia was requested in Escuinapa and in the state by the Sinaloa government, which will allow us to further strengthen the work process that is going to exist between the National Guard, the military police, the state police, and the state police.” .
He said that although there are criminal acts that continue to occur in the state, such as the case of 6 young people who were raised in Mazatlan a few blocks from the municipal police offices, he mentioned that there are very few cases, but that is not the case. they are going to neglect
“The truth is that they had not been presented, we have no record of what is being raised, as soon as we learned of this, the corresponding operatives were implemented so that in terms of coordination as it has been done, we have the results that all the Mazatlecos and we deserve sinaloenses “.
Ocampo Alcántar said that before these events, there was already dialogue with all the security authorities in the state, not only operatives were implemented to solve it, but they were also reinforced to be more effective.
Source: linea Directa
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