Chilean government launches security plan in the face of growing crime

Among its main measures is the creation of the Ministry of Security to advance Police Reform, strengthen the role of municipalities in security, promote a Private Security Law, and create a new National Public Security Policy for the next ten years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chilean president, Gabriel Boric, launched on Thursday, June 30, a security plan of 33 measures for the next four years that seek to curb the increase in crime and violence in the country, the main concerns of the population according to surveys.

Boric announced during a visit to the city of Arica (north) the National Plan for Public Safety and Crime Prevention for 2022-2026.

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