- Presunta red de contrabandistas de combustible que operaban en la frontera sur fue desarticulada por la Policía Nacional
- En Loja aprehenden presuntos arranchadores
- Mujer fue aprehendida por supuesta suplantación de identidad
- Aprehensión por presunta tenencia de sustancias sujetas a fiscalización en Pastaza
- Policía detiene a presunto implicado en una muerte violenta en septiembre del año pasado
- DINASED, detiene a presunto autor de muerte violenta
All together to fight against «Human Trafficking»
In the Crisis Room of the General Command, the «Inter-institutional Committee for Coordination for Prevention of Human Trafficking, Migrant Smuggling and Victim Protection» was created, with the participation of ministries, councils, state secretariats and other national and international organizations, involved in the subject.
The Deputy Minister of Homeland Security, Fernando de la Vega, explained the main lines of the Organic Law of Human Mobility, said in article 2 of the transitional provision that the Ministry of Interior is the rector, coordinator and articulator that will develop the secondary legislation necessary for the entry into force and functioning of the Interinstitutional Committee by the end of 2017.
Since 2012, about 4,500 civil servants have trained in prevention, care and protection of victims of trafficking and trafficking of migrants. «It has been managed to socialize the citizenship on the subject, reaching approximately 80 thousand people through campaigns of sensitization,» said Fernando Revelo of the Anti-Trafficking Unit of the Ministry of the Interior.
Representatives of the Ministries of: Interior, Education, Economic and Social Inclusion, Justice, Human Rights and Cults, Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, Public Health, Work, Tourism; in addition they were delegates of the General Public Prosecutor, National Secretary of Communication, Judiciary Council, Secretariat of Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Defensoría del Pueblo; the national councils for Equality of Human Mobility, Gender Equality, Intergenerational Equality; of the International Organization for Migration and National Police.
For the formation of this important committee, General Inspector Nelson Villegas, Chief of Staff, attended on behalf of the Commander General, accompanied by Colonels Víctor Araus (Dinased) and José Ortiz (Dinapen).