[ Subject Matter: State Police, Kill house training
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Reporter: Isabel Mercado Juarez
With the objective of bettering the operational capacity of cadets and active Police elements, the State Public Security Academy has installed a "Casa de intervention" Otis: Kill house.
In order to show the level of training they are receiving, active elements of the State Preventative Police and Penitentiary system, realised that two scenarios, one of rescue of a kidnapped youngster, and the other a prison riot or mutiny.
Fernando Sanchez Gonzales, Director of the State Police Academy said that the Academy has the capacity to train 317 elements under the internal system.
203 cadets of the course of initial policing, in the case of Municipal Police of Tijuana and Ensenada, are undergoing the same training as the cadets of the State Preventative Police and Penitentiary Staff.
15 elements of the Municipal Police Command of Tecate, 18 police dogs of the Prosecutor General of the State of Justice, in the case of on site investigation of the facts, 81 elements of the PEP and Ministerial State Police, have undergone the acreditable Police program.
They announced that after the coming Monday, there will be conducted the assessments of brigades of skill and knowledge of the police commission to 2,996 elements, all the institutions of the state police are represented, which will allow a similar about of Police to be certified.
The Academy was inaugurated on 26th of October of 2001, increasing its capacity until they can actually house 550 cadets.
In the installation they dormitories, internet facilities, kitchens, gymnasium, armoury, classes in oral judgements, two firing ranges, and a virtual firing range.
Their classrooms are utilised in a central formation, and also they give classes in continual actualisation and formation, the acreditable program for Ministerial Police, gives courses in coordination with American institutions, diplomats and higher direction forces, like a degree in Public Safety and expertise in forensic science.
Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana