Playa del Carme, Q.R. — In order to strengthen surveillance and security in Solidaridad, Mayor Lili Campos met with officials on the progress of the city’s C2 centre.
On Saturday, Campos met with the Secretary of State Public Security Rubén Oyarvide Pedrero and the Secretary of Public Security and Municipal Transit Raúl Tassinari for a progress report on the new C2, which is in its final stage.
Solidaridad’s C2 Command and Control Center has state-of-the-art technology with 327 monitoring cameras that will strengthen surveillance and immediate reaction operations.
Likewise, it will serve as a mirror command center for the state C5 to improve 9-1-1 attention and aid response time, she said. Campos did not report on when the Solidaridad C2 is expected to be operational.