The Governor of Guanajuato, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo; the US Ambassador to Mexico, Christopher Landau, and the Attorney General of Guanajuato, Carlos Zamarripa Aguirre, inaugurated the Scientific Investigation Services Building of the State Attorney General’s Office.
The US Ambassador to Mexico, Christopher Landau, recognized the state of Guanajuato as a model to follow in the collaborative work between Mexico and the United States in matters of security and economic development, he highlighted that with Guanajuato there is close collaboration in matters of security and economic development.
“I congratulate the government of Guanajuato because they work shoulder to shoulder to improve the entire state and they should be proud of their state of Guanajuato, for me it is an example for Mexico,” said Mr. Christopher Landau.
The Scientific Investigation Services Building of the State Attorney General’s Office is the result of the solid collaboration that has been established with Guanajuato in terms of training, certification and equipment in matters of security and law enforcement.
“The Government of the United States has not stopped supporting Guanajuato and proof of this are the 11 laboratories of different forensic disciplines that are internationally accredited, thanks to the joint work of the Merida Initiative and the Mexican authorities; Guanajuato is a state where the integration that exists between the two countries is clearly perceived ”, he concluded.
For his part, the governor said that Guanajuato has had the support and collaboration of the Embassy of the United States of America, thanks to this, the state has the best police in Mexico and this is due to the participation of organizations as the Accreditation Commission for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
“If today the Guanajuato Penitentiary System is one of the best evaluated in the country, it is due to the training and certification of the American Corrections Association (ACA); if today Guanajuato is the state with the lowest level of impunity, much is due to the training in the International Criminal Investigation Assistance and Training Program of the United States Department of Justice,” said the governor.
He added that the Scientific Investigation Services Building of the State Attorney General’s Office is a state-of-the-art facility among the best in the world, and has the support of the Embassy of the United States of America, which provided specialized equipment for the Attorney General’s Office laboratories.
“These are the alliances and cooperation that Mexico and the United States need to advance on the path of progress, of peace and tranquility; cooperation agreements that are a sign that Mexico and the United States are not only economic and strategic partners; but also good neighbors and supportive friends ”, he pointed out.
The Scientific Research Services Building integrates Forensic Chemistry, Genetics, Ballistics, Lofoscopy, Questioned Documents and Forensic Informatics Laboratories; All these spaces are internationally certified by the accreditation body of the United States ANAB, under the ISO / IEC 17025 and ISO / IEC 17020 standards.
Also here are the Dead Persons Investigation Unit, necropsy room, Forensic Psychological Evaluation Unit, Forensic Audio Laboratories, Innovation, Anthropology, Histopathology, and Dentistry; Centralized Expert Services of Agronomy, Accounting, Topography, Translations, Dictamination, and Facts.
The State Governor and the US Ambassador to Mexico also visited the C5i facilities, where they toured the center, which is one of the most important at the national level.
Similarly, Rodríguez Vallejo and Christopher Landau were at the NUCOR company’s production plant, located in the FIPASI Industrial Park, which is one of the US companies that generates a large number of jobs for Guanajuato.
Guanajuato, due to its location, logistics and quality of workforce, has established itself as an attractive land for US investors.
Source: Periodico Correo