Abinader admits that there is a “general boycott” of the National Police

Santo Domingo, R.D.

Republican President Louis Abinader acknowledged that the “general boycott” of the National Police led to the situation facing the organization today and the need to reform it.

Speaking at an “international seminar on the exchange of experience in the field of police reform,” Abinader said Contributing to reform is the responsibility of the whole community Next week they will start implementing some of the recommendations.

The president said he had received advice from experts from various countries, in addition to the report of the commission responsible for police reform.

“Starting next week, we will make gradual changes taking into account the recommendations made to us. The UN, which sends weekly reports to Colombia, Mexico, Spain, and the National Police. Consultants and special teams to help us work with Jose Vilas de Castillo, specific affiner.

He said they would support the reform without haste, but without suspension, the National Police, if any, would expedite the work of its members.

In this regard, he said he had a part Next year’s budget will see the acquisition of much-needed technical equipment, vehicles and tools to facilitate the work of the police.

In addition, he said there would be an increase similar to what was done during this period next year.

“We have the same salary improvement for next year, with hundreds of vehicle tenders and twice as many members as there are now. The salary level was so low that when you asked to recruit at least 2000 people, 1500 people would appear and be hired. Without all sorts of evaluation,” Abinader commented. .

See also  Buckell's administration under popular scrutiny in Sunday's elections

Eden Hayes

"Wannabe gamer. Subtly charming beer buff. General pop culture trailblazer. Incurable thinker. Certified analyst."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top