The crime rate of intentional homicide decreases in Naucalpan and Tlalnepantla: Rosa Icela Rodríguez

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The head of the Secretariat for Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC), Rosa Icela Rodríguez, headed the 22nd meeting of the Coordination Table for the Construction of Peace, where it was reported that the crime rates of intentional homicide in Naucalpan and Tlalnepantla , decreased.

The officials highlighted that actions are being reinforced with different levels of government to reduce the incidence of homicides.

During the Coordination Table for the Construction of Peace, they pointed out that at the national level there are 50 priority municipalities such as Naucalpan, Tlalnepantla, Tultitlán, Ecatepec and Chimalhuacán, where they are working on security strategies to combat said crime and combat crime to return tranquility to the population

“I feel that I am participating in an event as important as the effort made by our federal authorities and that I am sure that our fellow municipal presidents will also do the same, because I know that they do it from their small, great Municipality, they have done a great job.” effort to address not only the situation that refers to one's own security, but also the issue of social security," he pointed out.

The meetings of the Coordination Tables for the Construction of Peace are a strategy that is carried out daily, which allows Governor Delfina Gómez to listen, address the demands and learn about the particular situations of municipalities such as Toluca, Ecatepec, Huixquilucan , Chalco, Texcoco, Zumpango and Nezahualcóyotl in terms of security and combating crime.

Finally, Governor Delfina Gómez mentioned that together they will build a state of peace, security and respect for all lives.

The meeting was also attended by the Secretary General of the Government, Horacio Duarte Olivares, the Secretary of Security, Andrés Andrade Téllez, and the municipal president of Teotihuacán, Mario Paredes de la Torre, the National Defense Secretariat.

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