Cabinet and governors agree on security measures
They seek to prevent criminal acts in the midst of the health contingency
The security cabinet and the governors of the 32 entities of the country agreed to give priority to the health contingency by COVID-19, which will allow dealing with possible criminal acts to the detriment of the assets of citizens and the private sector.
During a videoconference, reported the SSPC, the security secretaries, Alfonso Durazo; of the National Defense, Luis Cresencio Sandoval; de Marina, José Rafael Ojeda; accompanied by the chancellor, Marcelo Ebrard; and the Legal Counselor of the Presidency, Julio Scherer, and the state leaders exposed specific prevention measures and coordination to reinforce security in the country derived from the situation that arises due to the spread of the new virus.
Through an information card, the agency indicated that they will maintain monitoring permanently throughout the national territory in order to target regions with violence, and where appropriate develop the necessary preventive measures to prevent an increase in crime.
He affirmed that the security and surveillance tasks deployed by the National Guard in the country will allow security protocols to be established and to act immediately in the event of any type of contingency.
He reiterated the commitment of the Security cabinet, made up of the SSPC, Sedena, Marina, to implement mechanisms aimed at protecting the health and well-being of Mexicans.
Google translation from Informador.