Increases more than 300% presence of the National Guard in CDMX

Increases more than 300% presence of the National Guard in CDMX

Presence in CDMX

On July 4, 2019, Claudia Sheinbaum, head of government of Mexico City, gave the starting signal for the first tours of the newly created National Guard in the Quetzalcóatl Urban Development neighborhood, which until then, ranked first in homicides. fraudulent and robbery in its different forms.

In the beginning, 450 uniformed, Most of them from the Military Police of the Secretary of National Defense, the Secretary of the Navy and the extinct Federal Police patrolled neighborhoods such as El Salado, San Miguel Teotongo, Santa Martha Acatitla, Juan Escutia, among others that border the State of Mexico.

The second mayor with the presence of the corporation was Gustavo A. Madero, whose neighborhoods border the Mexican municipalities of Nezahualcóyotl, Ecatepec and Tlalnepantla.

Later, Azcapotzalco, which borders Naucalpan and Tlalnepantla, was added; Tláhuac, with Chalco; Cuajimalpa and Miguel Hidalgo, with Huixquilucan; Venustiano Carranza and Iztacalco, with Nezahualcóyotl, in the State of Mexico, as well as Tlalpan, Milpa Alta and Xochimilco, with Morelos.

Mexico City was divided into six regions, which group several mayors:

According to the transparency page of the Mexico City Prosecutor’s Office and the capital government, in the Juan Escutia neighborhood of Iztapalapa, one of those contemplated in the surveillance of the National Guard, three homicides were registered in 2019, one in 2020 and six in 2021, including a femicide.

While the Quetzalcóatl Urban Development neighborhood in 2019 and 2020 there were 10 victims of intentional homicides with firearms and three in 2021, although this reduction coincides with the entry into operation of line two of the cablebus and the social project in the area that brought this cable car.



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