Governor David Monreal announced the strengthening of security in Zacatecas, with the first level intelligence center
- In honoring the flag, he affirmed that this year “we are not going to give up; On the contrary, we are going to strengthen the security issue”
- He informed that the said intelligence center would make use of the best technologies and human resources.
- Tell security elements not to let their guard down because, “as difficult as it may be, together we’re going to get through this”
- A mix of resources will be created to improve the wages, labor and professional conditions of state security corporations
Guadalupe, Zac., January 16, 2023.- In order to obtain better results in terms of security in favor of the families of the State of Zacatecas, Governor David Monreal Ávila announced the creation of a First Level Intelligence Center, which would help restore the long-awaited peace and social tranquility.
On this occasion, while presiding over the flag felicitation ceremony organized on Monday in the premises of the Ministry of Public Security (SSP), the state president said that this intelligence center would make the best use of technology and human resources.
“This year, we are not going to give up; On the contrary, we are going to reinforce the issue of security in Zacatecas. We are about to launch a new first-in-class intelligence center with the most ambitious million-dollar investment ever in the history of this state,” said Governor David Monreal.
With this intelligence hub, he explained, technology, artificial intelligence and human resources will be harnessed, transferring the experience and expertise of the best countries and best cities so that they can be shared, evaluated and informed about better public policy. can be used. result.
In this meeting, which takes place every Monday, Governor David Monreal thanked the effort and responsibility of all police forces in the state, and announced that they would be stronger in commitment to the National Guard and the Mexican Army as well as its members. State table for building peace.
Before Humberto Pedroza Salazar, commander of the Eleventh Military Region, and Leonel Alcaraz Alarcon, coordinator of the National Guard, he asked the security elements not to let their guard down, because “as difficult as it is, we will achieve together; I urge you.” Don’t give in to allurements, much less corruption, or intimidation.”
Governor David Monreal endorsed that the commitment with the Secretary of Public Security will materialize this year with an economic bag that will go hand in hand with the support given to the National Guard, amounting to more than 26 billion pesos across the country. Intended to combat crime and strengthen police forces.
He anticipated that soon a mix of resources would be created so that the state corporations do not have shortages or limitations, so that they can discharge their responsibility with honesty, integrity and devotion, as they have been doing, and have the salary, training and professionalisation is in the best of circumstances.
Likewise, Governor David Monreal pointed out that in this pursuit of aspirations, “we are going to achieve during our tenure that this corporation is one of the best in the country, in their salaries, in their training, in their courses, in their In working conditions and in their places.
At the same time, the concerns and needs of the elements will be given an opportunity to be heard, so that they can be guaranteed the best working conditions, work, wages and social security; For this, a call will be launched to invite youth who have a sense of commitment and service to be a part of the police force.
Before Adolfo Marín Marín, head of the Ministry of Public Security (SSP), and Verónica Díaz Robles, representative of development programs and representative of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, he reiterated that he would not give up in this fight to make history, strengthen Regeneration of security institutions and social fabric within families.
“We have to reclaim the values and principles, we have to lead the rebuilding of our social fabric, through solidarity, through love, through welfare. From the humblest place, we all must make efforts as the issue of security is a matter for all, which requires the involvement of the society and the government,” he said.
Jose de Jesus Barajas Santos, representative of the National Institute of Migration at the flag honors ceremony; Francisco José Murillo Ruiseco, Attorney General of the State Justice; Cristian Paul Camacho Osnaya, representative of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic; Osvaldo Cerrillo Garza, Technical Secretary of the Peace Building Table; and Petty Officer Martha Leticia Torres Hernandez, who read the week’s almanac.