Cancun, Q.R. — Members of the European Union arrived in Cancun this week for a working meeting. Representatives from Spain, France, Romania, Italy, Germany and Poland participated.
The head of the FGE led the work meeting with representatives of the European Union and police attaches from the embassies of Spain, France, Romania, Italy, Germany and Poland.
Óscar Montes de Oca, Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo, reported meeting with the EU members on Monday at the C5 Centre in Cancun. He reported their meeting was an information exchange, including law enforcement experiences.
Various proposals were raised at the meeting, including the training of the staff with the aim of strengthening and consolidating investigation techniques, diversifying channels to facilitate the reporting of criminal acts, strengthening professionalization, as well as narrowing the exchange of data and effective cooperation through consular representatives.
Members also toured the Cancun C5 security complex facilities to learn about the technology that the state government has implemented to improve monitoring and efficiency for the care of residents and tourists and the prevention of crime.