To avoid a possible decline in the country’s prisons, current and former officials of the penal system call on the government to implement concrete solutions in this regard.
Faced with the complex prison shortage the country is facing, current and former officials from the penal system call on the government to take concrete action, To prevent a final collapse in prisons,
On behalf of the executive, he assured that they were working on measures to solve the crisis, such as improving the equipment of the Chilean gendarmerie, and greater inspections inside compounds.
This week, Luis Cordero, the justice minister, warned of a grim panorama of the penal system, acknowledging that Overcrowding in the country’s jails,
That is, on the instructions of the President of the Republic, Gabriel Boric Jail Infrastructure PlanAs indicated this week by the Secretary of State.
As a result, there are many voices that have joined the discussion, such as the institution of the gendarmerie, who have called on the government to take similar measures before the situation worsens.
Joaquin Garrido, national secretary of the National Association of Penitentiary Officers, warned that the system will be on the verge of collapse and criticized the poor conditions for both officers and prisoners.
There have been number of other controversies surrounding the prison system Goods, resources and medicines Illegal entry into prisons.
In view of this, Under-Secretary of Justice Jaime Gajardo replied in the conversation Bio Bio Radio That monthly raids are conducted to control these irregularities.
While Christian Alwell, former director of the Gendarmerie, reiterated the need for make new prisons Specifically for organized crime as other authorities have proposed.
According to the information provided by Anfup, the places or quota for the people deprived of liberty has not been increased. since 2012,