To curb thefts on buses, Military Police reinforces Turnstile operation in Manaus neighborhoodsapproaches are made on buses to bring a sense of security to users of public transport.
To curb thefts on buses of public transport, ensuring the safety of users, Command Policing Metropolitan (CPM) Military Police reinforced, this Thursday (18/07), Ratchet operation in several districts of Manaus. The operation included the performance of five Companies Interactive Community (Cicoms).
"We are making the approaches on buses to bring a sense of security to users of public transport, so that they can return to their homes or go to their work in safety and security ', said the commander of the CPM, Lt. Col. Saunier.
The avenue Torquato Tajapós, the operation made approaches to the conventional transport buses and minibuses executive transport, and caught smuggling.
They participated in the 17th operation, 12ª, 19ª, 20Th and 26th IDPF. As determined by the general commander of the PM, Col. North Ayrton, the operation should last 24 hours in strategic areas. According to the commander CPM, Ratchet operation will continue throughout the weekend, in most parts of the capital of Amazonas.
In this year, the number of bus robberies fell in Manaus 40% in the first half compared to the same period last year. In 2018, until July, They had been registered 1,4 thousand occurrences, Against 846 in this year.
The Secretary of Public Security Amazon, Coronel Louismar Bonates, determined to strengthen the integrated actions to combat crime. More police approaches and large integrated operations of the security system have reflected positively in reducing crime in Manaus.