guamas, sonora.- With an investment of about 12 million pesos, directorate of public security of guamasSonora, yes There are 18 new patrols Out of which the keys of the remaining 9 units were handed over to the owner of the corporation, Eladio Amaya Munizo, With these 18 new units, the municipality already has a total of 43 for surveillance and crime prevention operations.
It is noteworthy that the new Patrol was acquired from the municipality’s own resources and that seven are of the Dodge RAM brand and the remaining 11 are Toyota Hilux; what’s more, 250 bulletproof jackets and the same number of helmets were also purchased For preventive elements with an investment of 6 million pesos.
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Councilor René Gonzalo Sierra Mungua, a member of the Public Safety and Municipal Traffic Commission, said that The municipality had a backlog of vehicles And, therefore, the acquisition was necessary and no credit was requested for the same, except for the units that remained for the Corporation, without debt.
The mayor also explained that when administration began there were patrols, but they were on loan or leased, and as soon as they did to buy garbage collection units, they managed to buy new patrols, six of which would cover the area. will be allotted. rural.
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Sierra Munguia also called on behalf of Mayor Carla Cordova Gonzalez Sonora State GovernmentIn order to provide units to other municipalities and also to consider guamas, as it aims to have a sufficient vehicle fleet to cover all neighbourhoods.
“We are going to reduce the response time, obviously there is a communication situation and we want the police to reach the population in much less time than usually, we are going to achieve this with patrolling and responsibility. To play the role of the commissioner’s own workers,” he said.
They distribute the keys to 9 new patrols for the public safety of Guayas, Sonora