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¿Qué ocurre con la policía mejor pagada de América Latina?

This article quotes José Serrano, Minister of the Interior of Ecuador, during the Wilson Center event, "Innovations in Citizen Security in Ecuador" organized by the Latin American Program.

[...] El Ministro del Interior de Ecuador, José Serrano, estuvo en el Woodrow Wilson Center en Washington. Habló cómo el país le dio un vuelco para implementar una estrategia integral de seguridad ciudadana y, por sobre todo, una nueva filosofía policial más cercana al ciudadano. “La policía tenía que regresar a sus barrios”, dijo. “Tenía que pasar de una policía militar a una policía civil y comunitaria”. [...] To read the full article, click here

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