Published On: Wed, Oct 3rd, 2018

Federal Military Police to ‘reinforce’ public security in Tulum

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Public security requires more staff, so we need to analyze the situation in coordination with the state government, for a joint collaboration and determine if Tulum could be assigned federal agents”, said the director general of Public Security, Juan Antonio Uscanga Cano.

“There is a strong interest in strengthening the support from the State Police towards the Tulum municipal police corporation”, said Yafit Humberto Miranda who is in charge of Tulum’s Direction of Transit.

(Photo: SIPSE)

“In general terms, there are 180 municipal police agents in Tulum, 14 patrol cars; and 12 motorcycles”, said the municipal president, Víctor Mas Tah.

“The citizenship requires better attention for its protection, there is all the disposition and support of the State Secretariat of Public Security to work in a coordinated manner, and agreements will be signed with the Federal Military Police that recently arrived to the state to attend and participate in the issue of security towards the population”, the municipal president reiterated.

On December last year, a group of 50 municpal police officers went on strike demanding more benefits, and they ended up being discharged, so they filed a labor lawsuit against the municipal government that at that time led Romalda Dzul Caamal.

Source: SIPSE



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