Interpol to be strengthened by police in Mexico, Central America and Caribbean.
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SANTO DOMINGO – Police chiefs of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean agreed in Santo Domingo to increase the number of officers seconded to the Interpol and to improve the mechanisms for exchanging information/intelligence to combat organized crime.
“This will achieve a more secure region of prosperity and development”, said on Friday the Dominican Police Chief Rafael Guillermo Guzman.
The officer presented the findings on the XXV Summit of all Police Chiefs and Directors of Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean, which met for two days in Santo Domingo, together with representatives of law enforcement agencies in the region.
In its plan for the next six months, police chiefs agreed to remodel the offices of Interpol in each country, and increase the number of staff and training programs.
The Police Chiefs also undertook to design mechanisms to improve the flow of intelligence information among the countries of the region and create international training programs for their staff.