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Schools Trained to Address Drug-Trafficking

By buseman, Jun 23, 2010 | |
  1. buseman
    Nuevo Leon's Secretary of Public Education (SEP) began training personnel today in over 5,000 schools with an end toward teaching teachers and students how to react to shootouts and insecure situations caused by the drug war, state authorities reported.

    The heads of the SEP, Jose Antonio Trevino; of the Secretary of Public Security, Luis Carlos Trevino, and Jorge Camacho, commander of the state's Civil Defense, submitted the School Manual of Security Protocol.

    The protocols are a personnel tool to know what to do, how to act in these different times, said the head of the state SEP.



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