Jose Guadalupe Osuna Millan, newly elected governor of the State of Baja California, clearly stated that the fight against crime is number one in his agenda. Five thousand invited guests including local government officials, politicians, members of the press, and other individuals witnessed Osuna’s avowal during his inaugural address that his administration will give its utmost diligence in the goal to overcome the state’s number one problem.
According to the newly elected Baja governor, the former peace and public safety of the state needs to be regained in order for them to achieve progress and over-all development. Governor Osuna further stated that he is looking forward to collaborating with the administration of President Felipe Calderon as well as the mayors of Baja California in achieve a tranquil and safe state for Baja California.
Part of Governor Osuna’s plans to lower the crime rate in Baja and to ensure public safety is to unify the police agencies in the state through the improvement of police communication systems as well as the creation of a new police academy in Baja. And of course, the governor is also of the opinion that the improvement of the state’s justice system would help lower Baja California’s crime rates.