UVAQ students attended lecture on Anti-Kidnapping Protocol from the Michoacán State Attorney General’s Office

Morelia, Michoacán. November 23th, 2015. UVAQ Santa Maria Campus. As part of the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Law School, the Anti-Kidnapping and Extortion Unit of the State Attorney General’s Office gave a lecture to students.

"We try to inform students so that they spread the recommendation to approach the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of Michoacán that thanks to the work of the Governor and the Attorney General has come a long way. The main objective is to bring this crime to a minimum and there’s no better way than having young people informed. For those in training, it is important to know the protocols under which we work, especially now with the implementation of the new penal system and the way in which we have to operate, with the main objective of bringing the victim back alive while respecting the human rights of the alleged perpetrators, "said Rodrigo Gonzalez Ramirez, Director of the Anti-Kidnapping and Extortion Unit of the Michoacán State Attorney General’s Office. 

For his part, Jorge Guillen Angel, Professor of Criminal Law at Vasco de Quiroga University’s Law School, said that "with this talk, we completed our efforts in the subject of Crime and Punishment in Particular. Unfortunately, one of the more prevalent crimes that have occurred in our country is kidnapping. Students have already studied theoretically everything that has to do with this matter but they wanted to go further, inviting the protagonists and auxiliary operators in this area so that they share face-to-face the experiences they have had and the precautions we have to take to be more attentive to this situation."

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