A total of 400 security elements from the Secretariat of the Armed Navy of Mexico and the National Guard will receive intensive training with Puerto Vallarta police for a month.
These are the training courses called “Police Action in the Criminal Justice System” and “The National Guard and Its Performance as First Respondent.”
It was Maestro Miguel Ángel López Alba, Executive Secretary of the Coordination Council for the Implementation of the New Criminal Justice System in Jalisco, who gave the kick-off to the training sessions.
This training has a duration of 40 hours and will take place in five sessions of eight hours a day. The courses have a duration of 40 hours, distributed in five days for eight hours a day.
For the course, which is also aimed at members of the National Guard, it is planned to train 250 elements of the Guard, who also belong to the Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico. While, 150 elements of Municipal Police will be trained, who also belong to the municipalities that make up the North Coast Region, such as: Puerto Vallarta, Tomatlan and Cabo Corrientes.
The training will last approximately four weeks, and the 400 elements will be trained by six highly qualified instructors and certified by the state and national academies.