Government of Saltillo works on updating crime cartography

With the aim of strengthening preventive and attention strategies, during the weekly security meeting, which was headed by the mayor Jose Maria Fraustro Sillerit was reported that the Municipal Government of Saltillo, through the Security and Citizen Protection Police Station works together with Implan to update the crime cartography.

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Chema Fraustro He stated that it is another example of the united work in security matters to launch actions in order to avoid illegal acts, or, care for citizens in need.

$!Government of Saltillo works on updating crime cartography

“With the update of the crime cartography we will have very valuable information to implement or adjust security strategies where required”Fraustro Siller commented.

The Mayor stated that the task is for Saltillo to continue to be a safe city, which is why efforts are coordinated with the different instances, but also within the Municipal Government, in this case between the Security and Citizen Protection Police Station and the Municipal Planning Institute.

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The director of Implan, Ricardo Alvarez Garciaassured that they will continue to work closely with the Security and Citizen Protection Police Station to gather more information to help establish crime prevention and care strategies.

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$! The secretary of the City Council, Carlos Estrada Flores, participated in the weekly security meeting;  the Commissioner for Security and Citizen Protection, Federico Fernández Montañez.

The secretary of the City Council, Carlos Estrada Flores, participated in the weekly security meeting; the Commissioner for Security and Citizen Protection, Federico Fernández Montañez.

Chema Fraustro thanked them for their services and urged them to continue working on the security project; she said her experience is an invaluable aspect and that serves as an example for the new generations of police officers.

The secretary of the City Council, Carlos Estrada Flores, participated in the weekly security meeting; the Commissioner for Citizen Security and Protection, Federico Fernández Montañez; representatives of the Mexican Army and the National Guard; the director of Civic Council of Institutions of Coahuila, Sara Arizpe Ramos.

Also representatives of the National Intelligence Center, the Coahuila Civil Police, the Specialized Investigations Prosecutor’s Office, the southeast delegation of the State Attorney General’s Office; the Women’s Empowerment Center, the Saltillo Men’s Ceremony, the Judiciary, and the Strategic Operations Center.

aldermen of the local council, also directors and coordinators of the different areas, units and subspecializations of the Security and Citizen Protection Police Station.

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