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Isla Mujeres police officers trained in ‘fight against corruption’

Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Police officers of Isla Mujeres are being trained in the fight against corruption. The officers are being taught through a 20 hour course given by several officers from the State Prosecutor’s Office Specialized in Combating Corruption.

With the commitment to permanently train Public Security elements, the Municipal Government of Isla Mujeres through the General Directorate of Public Security and Traffic in coordination with the Specialized Prosecutor’s Office in Combating Corruption of Quintana Roo, are providing officers with the course.

“Fighting corruption head on, applying the corresponding sanctions to those who commit it, is one of the main commitments of the current municipal administration,” Isla Mujeres City Council reported in a statement.

This is why the staff of the different areas that make up the City Council are trained, and on this occasion, it was the turn to the elements of Public Security, given the relevance of their functions for the benefit of the island community and the thousands of tourists who visit it every day, Mayor Atenea Gómez Ricalde said.

She explained that through the training, police elements will be provided with the necessary tools to serve and protect Isla Mujeres with conviction, thus contributing to the construction of a municipality in which peace, tranquility and social justice prevail.

The course is being taught by personnel from the FGE. Photo: Policía de Isla Mujeres February 19, 2024.

The course, which will last 20 hours, is being taught by the head of the Prosecutor’s Office Specialized in Combating Corruption of the State of Quintana Roo, Rosaura Antonina Villanueva Arzapalo, the Deputy Director of Amparos, José Gabriel Marín Yacaman, the Agent of the Ministerial Investigation Police, Ricardo Colin Guadalupe, the Prosecutor of the Public Ministry, Rosa Isela Velázquez Domínguez, Antonio Esquivel Jiménez and the Prosecutor of the Public Ministry, Amilcar Ramón Villanueva.