During a meeting of the Guanajuato Coordination Group, Governor Miguel Márquez Márquez and the CEO of Petróleos Mexicanos, Carlos Treviño Medina, assessed the measures implemented to date by the three levels of government to fight fuel theft in the state, which has resulted in a lower crime rate in the State of Guanajuato.
As part of the obligations acquired by the Guanajuato Coordination Group, intelligence and field work have been prioritized to stop this crime, which involves the direct participation of Federal and State Authorities.
During this meeting, which was held in the capital of the State, the results of raids were analyzed, information on the progress of deployment actions was exchanged, and new plans were made to reinforce actions against this crime.
Specifically, the work made by the Federal Criminal Justice Center to respond to cases of impunity from fuel theft was addressed. This center currently responds to reports regarding fuel theft in Guanajuato.
Furthermore, a lower rate of criminal fuel theft has been recorded, proof that the actions set in motion by the Group are getting results.