Marina del Pilar will allocate more resources to improve justice in Baja California

Specialized equipment, technology, and several units were delivered thanks to an investment of more than 100 million pesos

The governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, took part in the delivery of units and equipment to strengthen the work by the Prosecutor’s Office of Baja California (FGE) and boost their investigation capability while moving forward in delivering justice.

Among this equipment, the governor stated, there’s technology to renew forensic practices and speed up the generic identification process through DNA samples.

In her message to Baja Californian society, the state governor said that, thanks to new tools, the Prosecutor’s Office will be able to maximize their operations in the state to bring justice closer and build a state of peace for all people, by improving investigative actions.

Marina del Pilar highlighted that through 2023, Baja California will have a genetics laboratory that will be operated by FGE. This will allow them to move forward to identify people and fight against crimes like feminicides, homicides, among others, so that they can be investigated through scientific work.

“Today we delivered vests, helmets, shields, weapons, and vehicles to protect everyone, but we are also delivering equipment with the most advanced technology that will make crime investigations and the fight against impunity easier,” she said.

Marina del Pilar also highlighted that the goal of these actions is to make Baja Californian society recover the trust in their security and justice institutions, as well as the authorities themselves who have changed for the better.

"I want to reiterate that we are proud of the efforts and work by women and men who are part of the agency, who have work that requires constant training and even more specialized techniques that are complemented with the sharpness, vision, and intelligence of those who take care of us,” Marina del Pilar stated.

In addition, the governor added that part of these invested resources is being allocated to strengthen the search department at FGE, as their commitment is to search for missing people, always betting on truth and justice.

At this delivery the following people were present: Playas de Rosarito mayor, Araceli Brown Figueredo; State General Prosecutor, Ricardo Iván Carpio Sánchez; representative Rosa María García Zamarripa; and Special Units Prosecutor, Denisse Hernández Chacón.

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