Human Rights Violation Complaints against Ensenada Police (El Vigia, 11/6/12)

Ensenada, BC - So far this year, the PDH of Ensenada has received 59 complaints against the Municipal police of Ensenada: 18 were recorded from January to May, and 41 from June to October. In the same period, 31 complaints were received against the State police: 20 between January and May, and 11 from June to October implying a significant drop.

For the case of Ensenada, the situation concerns the prosecution of human rights since the Municipal police should be safest body closest to the people more attached to the legal process of detention, prevention and assistance of citizens, but instead they generate fear in a sector of society.

For the PDH, serious complaints against the municipal police of Ensenada duplicate complaints from other police forces and despite this, the municipal President Enrique Pelayo refuses to sign the Convention on human rights training with the PDH.

The Attorney regrets that the Ayuntamiento of Ensenada is the only State that has not signed this Convention with the Attorney-General of human rights, so the actions of the police officers would always respect legality and individual guarantees of the citizens and even prevent violations of precepts against those who commit unlawful acts.

These courses would give them techniques on the use of force, stress and anger management; situations that must be controlled by police because their work is subject to high risk situations and generates internal pressure, since they face these situations daily.

Growing Support for Business (El Vigia, 11/6/12 by Enrique Rojas)

San Quintín, BC - Thanks to the support that has been made by the incubator of Empreser-San Quentin through business-to-business organizations and media presence in the Valley, more people know the support it offers, said Carlos Acevedo. This has been reflected in the increase of new businesses whose owners have received guidance and advice, specified its marketing manager.

He said that the creation of more formal and competitive businesses contribute to the economy and help generate greater numbers of jobs in the region. This is seen in data from the director of Empreser-San Quentin, Edgardo Álvarez González, which every company that he graduated from the incubator generates on the average of 3 jobs.

The director took the opportunity to publicize its projection for the month of November, during which he contemplates the creation of 11 new companies in different fields. These include internet services, restaurants, grocery, events and distribution of vegetables, as well as a beer brewery. These businesses are placed in different locations in the area.

During November, Empreser placed informational modules at different markets between the municipal delegations of Camalu, Vicente Guerrero and San Quintin. These efforts aim to keep the San Quintín valley informed of the benefits of planning at the time of starting a business, or if you already have one, to strengthen its organizational structure, he said.


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