New director of the National Police appoints new leadership
As one of his first actions, the new director of the National Police, Gabriel Medina, ordered the transfer of six commissioners, two deputy commissioners, a captain and a lieutenant, as well as disciplinary sanctions for a sergeant and three corporals for violations of the regulations of the institution.
Among the transfers are those of Commissioner Fernando Bonilla, from the prison security service of the La Joya Penitentiary Center, as director of Police Intelligence.
Likewise, Commissioner Jorge Rodríguez, who worked in the Eighth West Police Zone, was appointed as the national director of Citizen Security.
Meanwhile, Commissioner Ricky González, from the general inspectorate of prison security, was sent to the La Joya Penitentiary Center. While Commissioner Alfredo Icaza went from the Seventh Police Zone of Los Santos to the General Inspection.
Commissioner Sisinio Nuñez, from La Joya prison security, was also appointed as head of the Urban Rapid Intervention Force Alpha.
For his part, Commissioner Carlos Valencia, from the eleventh police zone of San Miguelito, was appointed as head of the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DIJ).
At the same time, Deputy Commissioner Francis Amador, who previously worked in the Canal Police, will now be the deputy director of the National Police Intelligence Directorate; and to Deputy Commissioner Joana Ureña, administrative head of that police department.