To modernize the video surveillance system in Puerto Vallarta, the state government will invest in over 100 video surveillance camera systems and the construction of the command center, according to governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez.
The state governor confirmed an investment of 15 million pesos this year, and an additional investment next year. He noted that in the case of Tomatlán and Cabo Corrientes they will support the renewal of municipal police patrols.
"In reality, the current system does not work (for video surveillance); it is not taking advantage of the infrastructure, which is also obsolete infrastructure. So we . . .