SESNSP advances in Approved Police Report
Mexico.- The head of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System, Clara Luz Flores, agreed with Public Security Secretaries of the National Conference of the Northwest Zone, to apply strategies to increase the correct application of the Approved Police Report (IPH).
The above to make the process more efficient and guarantee respect for human rights and the gender perspective.
Flores Carrales explained that the filling out of the IPH, by the elements of the state and municipal corporations, as first responders in the community, had to be attended to as a priority, since it is part of their professionalization.
The IPH is of importance, he recalled, as it is the means through which members of police institutions document information related to the provision of people and/or objects derived from their intervention to the competent authorities.
“Its objective is therefore to improve the availability, guarantee due process, and promote the use of information for intelligence actions,” said the Executive Secretary.
"Thus, the Approved Police Report is not a mere administrative procedure, but rather helps to make processes more efficient, respect human rights, the gender perspective and provide better service and attention to citizens."
The agreement reached at the National Conference of Secretaries of Public Security applies to the entire country, that is, in all federal entities measures will be taken to promote the efficient implementation of the IPH.
This second regional meeting of officials from Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Chihuahua and Sonora, was held virtually and was headed by the head of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System (SESNSP) and former Mayor of municipality of General Escobedo, Nuevo León.
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