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UPDATED: 10:29, January 23, 2007
Mexico announces new moves against organized crime
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Monday announced a series of new moves to strengthen his program against organized crime.

Calderon said at a cabinet meeting that the fight against crime would focus on building a Career National Service, which will guarantee police modernization.

A Single Criminal Information System will also be created so that the intelligence services can be more effective, he said.

Calderon promised better equipment and infrastructure for public security institutions, and said that strengthening coordination among federal, state and municipal governments would also be a key requirement.

On drug trade, Calderon said there would be a prevention, rehabilitation and operation policy to be supported by federal government institutions.

"We are determined to be safe again in every area threatened by organized crime," he said.

At the cabinet meeting, a 2007 Security Cooperation Agreement was signed for 32 Mexican states to participate in.

Regarding the progress already made in the fight against crime, Calderon said that police institutions have already been strengthened by transferring 10,000 armed forces to the Federal Preventive Police.

Source: Xinhua

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