Sinaloa Government will continue to invest in surveillance equipment despite vandalism

Quirino Ordaz Coppel disapproves of the events of December 31 when shooting in the air, as well as shooting at security cameras

Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- Despite the vandalism of security cameras in the state of Sinaloa, the governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel said to continue investing for maintenance and updating.

“I know it bothers the camcorders, we have invested a lot, unfortunately we have to continue investing for maintenance, updating, calls are made, it is not taken care of, but we will not stop repairing them,” he said.

Likewise, he was questioned about the events that occurred on December 31, due to the shooting in the air at various points in the state, as well as damage to the same camcorders with bullet impact, so he disapproved of such actions.

“Unfortunately it is every year and we have a lifetime of irresponsible people in making shots, and not measuring, and not knowing the consequences that it has for innocent people, and I think they are unfortunate situations, but we all have to cooperate and participate because you have to change that habit that culture, “he said.

Source: reaccion informativa

The Mazatlan Post