The candidate for mayor of Mexicali, from the coalition Goes through Baja California (PAN-PRI-PRD), Eva Maria Vasquez, presented the program Shield Mexicali, with which he proposes to face the unsafety that is lived in the region.
It is a question, he said, of returning tranquility to the cachanillas.
“The large number of intentional homicides that are registered in Mexicali is extremely serious, as had never happened before, according to the records of the State Attorney General’s Office,” Eva María Vásquez said at a press conference.
The Blindar Mexicali program proposes a set of five actions to recover social peace.
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“This climate of insecurity that we live is the result of these two years of being governed by occurrences, by incapacity, by abandonment, there has only been deception, simulation and zero results,” said the candidate.
The intention is to increase the number of units and elements that will patrol the capital of Baja California, thereby increasing the coverage and frequency of surveillance to inhibit home, business and vehicle robberies.
Second, equip the police with state-of-the-art technology so that they can carry out their work with greater precision, such as the use of drones and more surveillance cameras in strategic areas.
Establish safe zones with permanent police presence in places of high affluence, such as schools, shopping centers, banks, industries and places of tourist attraction; also maintain permanent surveillance in neighborhoods and public recreational spaces such as parks, squares and sports facilities, so that they are points of cohesion and coexistence of the community and prevent them from becoming nests for criminals.
The fifth point is to diagnose the crime incidence by zones to restructure the operational scheme of the police to increase attention and vigilance in the most dangerous neighborhoods.
What it is about, said the candidate, is to maintain security for the inhabitants of Mexicali, that they regain social peace.