Deputy Commissioner Emily Quintero assures that the crime rate in Arraiján has decreased

The deputy commissioner of the National Police, Emily Quintero, provided a balance of the operational actions carried out in the Police zone of Arraiján, in West Panama.

He assured that the crime rate has dropped, and it is thanks to the fact that the population supports and calls to act in real time.

He explained that in recent weeks 542 police actions were carried out. “We had 180 control points, 198 prophylaxis, four arrest tickets, a recovered vehicle, 10 driving tickets, 149 observation points. We had crimes such as crimes against the life and integrity of people, alimony, against collective security, among others,” he said.

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