Aspiring police officers say goodbye to Mazatlán to travel to Unipol

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The authorities hope that the candidates will be back for the start of the Guadalupe-Reyes operation

MAZATLAN. – A total of 64 young municipal police aspirants, including men and women, said goodbye to their relatives to travel to the Police Training Academy (UNIPOL).

The starting point of the future preventive personnel were the facilities of the Secretariat of Public Security and Municipal Transit where, after the roll call, the young people were given a message, asking them to do their best in one of the most important filters, which is training.

Magdalena Olivas, Recruitment Connection of the Police Professionalization Unit, pointed out that the training of the elements is during the next six months and when the preparation is finished they will be incorporated for the Guadalupe-Reyes operation to be carried out during the end of the year.

“The mayor’s task is to train more elements, join those that are already online and thus be able to combat the deficit of security elements that we currently have in Mazatlán.”

For Jorge Luis González Medina, a 27-year-old, his dream is to become a police officer and serve to protect the public; he mentioned feeling sad because he leaves his wife and daughter to pursue that dream.

“What really motivated me is that it is a profession that is related to my interests, I have a law degree and doing justice and protecting citizens is something that is given to me.”

During these months, the cadets will receive a monthly scholarship-type stimulus of 5,000 pesos, as compensation, for the time they will not work. It is important to mention that the applicants will not have any type of expense during their stay at the academy, it will be the municipal government that will cover all food and clothing expenses.

Young people will be able to leave the university on Fridays at 2:00 p.m. and return on Sunday before 4:00 p.m.

Source: Punto