Cancun, Q.R. — The construction of the Security Complex, which is part of the state’s updated security program, is approximately 45 percent complete, says the Ministry of Public Security.
The Complejo de Seguridad (C5), which began construction in mid-2019, is being built along Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard in Cancun. When complete, the site will monitor all emergencies around the state including Emergency 911 calls and the 089 Anonymous Complaint line.
The centre will also have access to various civil and criminal databases, carry out assorted analysis tasks for intelligence work, locate criminal objectives and generate thematic maps that guide police operations.
Inside the facilities, tasks related to the administration, operation and police development of the Quintana Roo Police will also be carried out. The inter-institutional complex will be home to Intelligence Units, Cyber Police, elements of the National Guard, SEDENA, Federal Police, State Prosecutor, Quintana Roo Police, Civil Protection, CRUM, Firefighters and Ministry of Tourism.
The Secretaría de Seguridad Pública reports that the finished command centre will be the most modern in Latin America which is expected to be operational within the first half of this year.