- 17 November 2021
"Never again a Tamaulipas under the control of organized crime, that is the slogan and our commitment": Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca at the inauguration of CV5.
Governor Francisco inaugurates Cabeza de Vaca the Tamaulipas CV5 Surveillance Center
Thanks to the security strategies implemented by the State Government, Tamaulipas is currently among the 10 entities with the lowest criminal incidence and in number 12 of the Peace Index in Mexico. Various authorities from the United States were present at the event.
November 17 of the 2021
Reynosa, Tamaulipas.- "Never again a Tamaulipas under the control of organized crime, that is the slogan and our commitment": said Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca when inaugurating in Reynosa the General Center for Coordination, Command, Control, Communications, Computing and Intelligence, (C5) or Tamaulipas Surveillance Center (CV 5), a construction site of 5 thousand square meters with an investment of 4 billion pesos .
The opening and inauguration of CV5 was witnessed by the Consuls General of Nuevo Laredo and Matamoros, Deanna Kim and Yolanda Parra, on behalf of the United States Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, and authorities from the Department of National Security in Washington, from the Federal Public Security Secretariat and hundreds of guests from different sectors of the state.
«There is nothing more sacred after life than our freedom, our security, that is where I ask you to join forces, capacities, talents and resources to continue making Tamaulipas what is recognized today; Thanks to the joint work between society and the government, today Tamaulipas is among the 10 safest states in Mexico, "said the president.
The CV5 infrastructure adds to the work currently carried out by the C-4 in the municipalities of Victoria, Mante, Tampico and Nuevo Laredo. In the medium term, it will allow surveillance of neighborhoods, highways, public spaces and safer strategic sites with the monitoring of more than 5 cameras in the 25 largest municipalities in the State; strengthen the investigation portfolios since the areas of analysis will have more evidence to carry out the work of the prosecutors.
Strengthen even more security and justice institutions by facilitating background checks on applicants and staff working in them; as well as guaranteeing greater efficiency in the response to emergencies, through a better dispatch of human and physical resources in the event of events of this nature.
Its construction and operation contributes to continue advancing in the reduction of the crime incidence; In this sense, Tamaulipas is among the 10 entities with the lowest criminal index according to the Executive Secretariat of the National Security System and in number 12 of the Peace Index in Mexico.
«Now we have a great challenge and I, to ensure that Tamaulipas continues on the same path, in the same direction, with the same direction, never letting our guard down, making sure that the next governments use all these instruments that the Government of the State to continue restoring peace and order and the rule of law in every corner of our State, I, like you, am not willing to return to that past, where people lived in fear, where we could not travel on our roads, where they left if the investment arrived, where jobs stopped being created, we have that challenge together ».
The CV5 has the latest generation Videowall technology, a registration area and background consultation of applicants and personnel of security and justice institutions, control and trust evaluations, intelligence in support of security corporations, Operations Coordination Center to guarantee and direct emergency care, crisis room for decision making, heliport, parking lot, 191 kilometers of hybrid data network, wireless network to interconnect video surveillance systems in the State, highway arches, installation of 7 new positions in secure stations with plate reading technology, preventive and corrective maintenance area, training area and knowledge transfer.
The Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca He also participated in the First SeguriTam Congress on Public Security by the Executive Secretariat of the State Public Security System (SESESP) at the ExpoTam Reynosa Convention Center, where more than 18 state agencies presented their progress on the matter, as well as exchange knowledge. and good practices with methodologies to strengthen their capacities in the area of security and justice based on the use of technology.
Currently the state of force that is maintained is more than 4 active police elements and recruitment work continues with initial training, when in 240 there were only 2016 troops.
On November 18 and 19, conferences and courses are presented where academics, researchers, officials and professionals participate who will address issues such as migration: northern border and security, citizen security and civil society, technological solutions applied in security and organized crime and terrorism. , among others.
During the event, the General Director of Prison Policy and Development, José Enrique Vallarta Rodríguez, and the Executive Secretary of the State Public Security System of the State, Silvia Maribel Pesina Torres, the Commander of the Fourth Military Region, Brigadier General Diplomate of the General Staff, Pablo Alberto Lechuga Orta, representing the Commander of the First Naval Region, the Admiral, General Corps, Diplomate of the General Staff, Santiago Jorge Morgado Gómez , Captain of the Navy, Oscar Valencia Palacios, Head of the Command Group of the Matamoros Naval Sector, the Attorney General of the State, Irving Barrios Mojica, the Secretary General of the Government, Cesar Augusto Verastegui Ostos, the Secretary of Public Security of the State, José Jorge Ontiveros Molina, Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortés.
The Senator of the Republic, Ismael García Cabeza de Vaca, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice and of the Council of the State Judiciary, Horacio Ortiz Renán, the Director of the C5 in Nuevo León, Enrique Sustaita Piñón, representing Samuel García Sepúlveda, Constitutional Governor of the State of Nuevo León; DHS Intelligence & Anaysis Mission Director (US Department of Homeland Security), Emily Keplar, HQ Foreign Operations Branch Director US Border Patrol, Customs and Border Protection Head Quarters (Washington DC), José Gardea, the Deputy Chief, Rio Grande Valley Sector, Joel Martínez, the Mayor of McAllen, Javier Villalobos, the Rector of the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas, José Andrés Suarez Fernández.
Also Brigadier General DEM Marco Antonio Hernández Chávez representing Brigadier General DEM Vicente Antonio Hernández Sánchez Commander of the Eighth Military Zone, Chief Inspector Javier Gallardo Ortiz, Commander of Regional Coordination Tamaulipas 3 representing Brigadier General DEM, Bernardo Reginaldo Reyes Herrera State Coordinator of the National Guard, the Head of the office of the State Delegation of the FGR, Ernesto Cuitláhuac Vázquez Reyna, Jesús Jaime Gómez Macías, Head of the National Intelligence Center station in Tamaulipas, Gerardo Márquez Guevara Attorney General from the State of Coahuila, Sonia Villarreal Pérez, Secretary of Public Security of the State of Coahuila; David Fernando Rodríguez Robledo Coordinator of the State Intelligence Center of the State of Baja California, Luz Virginia Togno Murguía, Delegate of the Mexican Red Cross in Tamaulipas, Yolanda Barrera González, State Coordinator of the Security Tables in the State of Tamaulipas, Josefina Guzmán Acuña Executive Coordinator of the Victoria Security and Justice Table, José Luis del Ángel Sosa, Executive Coordinator of the MCSJTMA and Cesar Amilcar López, Coordinator of the Reynosa Security and Justice Table.
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