The Chilean Investigative Police (PDI) received 28 new police vehicles Toyota of the models SUV Rav4limousine Flower crown You take off Hilux.
According to the PDI, with the aim of responding to the challenges posed to the institution in connection with the investigation of highly complex crimes, the PDI has the Maule Police Region Renewal of part of its automobile fleet with 28 new vehicles, financed by the Regional government.
The handover ceremony took place on August 14th in the main square of TalkaIt was chaired by the regional governor, Cristina Bravo; the regional president’s delegate, Humberto Aqueveque; and the Head of the Maule Police Region, Prefect German Parraamong other authorities.
Prefect Germán Parra thanked the regional councils and the governor for their support to the work of the investigative police and emphasized the importance of this delivery: “A large part of these vehicles will be destined for different units to improve criminal investigations.” “of high complexity, with vehicles the latest generation in terms of technology and security, also adapting to the different geographical scenarios of our region.” Likewise, he added that “through another project a few days ago, state-of-the-art equipment was acquired, destined for us.” Regional criminalistics laboratory for ballistic and documentary reports. “In addition, another initiative to purchase computer systems for more than 800 million pesos is on the table for approval.”
“All this will allow us to have a more modern, more trained, investigative police force in keeping with the new times, which will have a direct and profound impact on the citizens to whom we owe something as civil servants,” he said.
“We are very pleased to fulfill one of our commitments to the PDI, because it is important for us to make ourselves available to advance law enforcement and of course to reinforce it with equipment and vehicles essential to its operations. “With these 28 cars we can demonstrate our willingness to work together for the safety of the Maulinos,” said the governor.
In total there are 28 police vehicles equipped with, among other things, rotating lights, sirens, roll bars, safety plates and towing kits, for an amount of more than 950 million pesos, financed with funds from the National Regional Development Fund (FNDR). Twelve of them will be distributed in the Linares Prefecturefive in the Curico Prefecture and eleven in the Talca Prefecture.
Providing infrastructure and advanced technology for the PDI is one of the guiding principles of the Strategic Police Development Plan 2023-2028 Therefore, the completion of this project is directly linked to the indications in the institutional navigation diagram, a modernization process that encourages to continue working together as a team and to continue to be regional references in the criminal investigation of highly complex crimes and transnational organized crime.