Callao: they offer thousands of soles for requirements from the first port (Buenos Días Perú)
Callao on alert against crime. This Thursday, September 21, from the region’s police headquarters, Governor Ciro Castillo-Rojo Salas gave information to citizens about the fight against citizen insecurity that is being carried out under his administration, in coordination with the National Police. of Peru (PNP).
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In this way, the authority made available to citizens, through an interview for Panamericana, a list of the most wanted criminals in the First Port, for whom large rewards are offered, ranging from S/20 thousand to S /80 thousand, in exchange for information to find his whereabouts. This list was prepared by the Ministry of the Interior (Mininter) and includes the commission of crimes, such as illicit drug trafficking, rape, qualified homicide, aggravated robbery and collusion.
For his part, Víctor Raúl Rucoba Tello, head of the Regional Management of National Defense, Civil Defense and Citizen Security of Callao, pointed out that they use the information handled by other related entities to motivate the search for these criminals. “We are placing greater emphasis on what the Judicial Branch of Callao has ordered and on those crimes that have been committed in Callao, which are precisely the most harmful,” he reported.
These are the most sought after, according to the Mininter Rewards Program. – Credits: GORE Callao
The authority specified that this initiative corresponds to the Ministry; However, he said that from his jurisdiction they try to further promote its dissemination. “The Ministry of the Interior has a program, which is a law (Law 1180), where it has a Rewards Program that it periodically updates. But, from that relationship that the Mininter has, the only thing we do—in coordination with them—is filter out those who have already been sentenced or charged by the Callao justice system,” he explained to Panamericana.
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Finally, he commented that they are getting results, since – for now – they have managed to capture two of the most wanted. However, she called on the residents of the First Port to collaborate with justice without fearing for their integrity because the program is anonymous and totally confidential.
The Rewards Program belongs to the jurisdiction of the Mininter. – Credits: Andina/PNP
Faced with the risks that a citizen could run by providing information about the whereabouts of a criminal, the Ministry of the Interior officially informs that the Rewards Program guarantees the confidentiality and anonymity of those who collaborate with it, since one of its objectives is motivate the inclusion of society actively in supporting the PNP.
The PNP assures citizens that the information will be handled privately. Credits: PNP
“We must remind citizens that their participation is very important so that they are also part of the solution, since citizen security is everyone’s task,” said at the time the technical secretary of the Mininter’s Rewards Evaluation Commission, Carmen Aguilar. , for Andina.
The ‘Your data rewards you’ campaign, of the Ministry of the Interior, was promoted with the objective of raising awareness in society regarding its supporting role in the capture of some of the criminals who are on the list of the most wanted in the country. Rewards Program.
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Through this medium, the economic figure is shared along with the data of criminals who have committed various crimes, ranging from femicide, rape of minors and human trafficking to hitmen, embezzlement, qualified homicide, among others.
You can access the list of the most wanted through the Mininter website or you also have the option of contacting 0800-40-007 if you have information about the whereabouts of any criminal who forms part of said relationship.