Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — The municipality of Isla Mujeres signed an agreement with the state government Monday that will see it join the Quintana Roo Police. Municipal head Atenea Gómez Ricalde, signed the Police Coordination Agreement, which she says, will help strengthen social peace.
“This agreement will allow the evaluation and accreditation of control and trust to the corporation and all the personnel that remain active. It will help the municipality in everything that is required to maintain social peace and respect good government,” said the mayor.
The Secretary of State Public Security, Lucio Hernández Gutiérrez said “with this collaboration agreement, we endorse the vocation of service of those who sign it. It commits us to continue with our duty to serve and protect, allowing us to advance in the work that is being developed in the field of security to continue carrying out this work throughout the state.”
The signing of the agreement means the municipality agrees with the state to integrate the Preventive, Tourist and Traffic Police, which will allow for a much more organized corporation.
The signing of the agreement also means more equipment and the hiring of more police officers for the municipality. The new agreement will be in effect for the duration of the current administration.