Law-General Of The National System Of Public Security

Original Language Title: Ley General del Sistema Nacional de Seguridad Pública

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General Law of the National Public Security System

GENERAL LAW OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM

Official Journal of the Federation on January 2, 2009

Latest Reform Published in DOF October 29, 2013

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.

FELIPE DE JESUS CALDERÓN HINOJOSA, President of the United Mexican States, to its inhabitants known:

That the Honorable Congress of the Union, has served to address the following

DECREE

"THE GENERAL CONGRESS OF THE MEXICAN UNITED STATES, DECREES:

Single Article.- The General Public Security System Law is issued:

PUBLIC SECURITY NATIONAL SYSTEM GENERAL LAW

TITLE FIRST

PRELIMINARY RULES

Article 1.- This Law is a regulation of Article 21 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States in the field of Public Security and has to regulate the integration, organization and functioning of the National Public Security System, as well as to establish the distribution of competences and the coordination bases between the Federation, the States, the Federal District and the Municipalities, in this subject.

Its provisions are of public order and social interest and of general observance throughout the national territory.

Article 2.- Public security is a function of the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities, which is intended to safeguard the the integrity and rights of persons, as well as the preservation of civil liberties, order and peace, and includes the special and general prevention of crimes, the investigation to make it effective, the sanction of administrative violations, and such as the investigation and prosecution of crimes and social reintegration of the individual, in terms of this Law, in the respective competences established in the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.

The State will develop policies on the social prevention of crime with an integral character, on the causes generated by the commission of crimes and conduct antisocial, as well as programs and actions to promote cultural and civic values in society, which will induce respect for the law and the protection of victims.

Article 3.- The Public Security function will be performed in the various fields of competence through the Police Institutions, the Public Ministry, of the bodies responsible for implementing the administrative offences, those responsible for the preventive detention and execution of penalties, the competent authorities in the field of justice for adolescents, as well as the other authorities which in reason for their privileges must contribute directly or indirectly to the object of this Law.

Article 4.- The National Public Security System will count for its operation and operation with the instances, instruments, policies, actions and services provided for in this Law, which are intended to serve the purposes of Public Security.

The coordination in a framework of respect for the privileges between the authorities of the Federation, the States, the Federal District and the Municipalities, will be the axis of the System National Public Security.

Article 5.- For the purposes of this Act, it is understood by:

I. Academies: to Training, Training and Profession Institutions Police;

II. Criminal and Personal Databases: The national databases and the information contained therein, in respect of arrests, criminal information, public security personnel, private security services, arms and equipment, vehicles, fingerprints, cell phones, sentenced and other necessary for the System operation.

III. Ministerial Career: to the Professional Ministerial Career Service;

IV. Perician Career: The Professional Career Service;

V. Police Career: to the Professional Police Career Service;

VI. National Conferences: to the Conferences referred to in Article 10 of this Act;

VII. National Council: to the National Public Security Council;

VIII. Security Institutions Public: to the Law Enforcement Institutions, the Attorney General's Office, the Prison System and Public Security agencies at the federal, local, and municipal levels;

IX. Procuration Institutions Justice: to the institutions of the Federation and federal entities that make up the Public Ministry, the expert services and other auxiliaries of the Federal Ministry;

X. Police Institutions: to the police, surveillance and custody bodies of the penitentiary, preventive detention, or root centres; and in general, all public security agencies at the federal, local and municipal level, who perform similar functions;

XI. Institutes: to the organs of the public security institutions of the Federation, of the States and the Federal District, responsible for the training and specialized updating of candidates and public servants of ministerial, expert and ministerial police functions;

XII. Rector Program: to the set of contents aimed at professionalization of the public servants of the Law Enforcement Institutions and Institutions of Justice, respectively;

XIII. National Register: the National Register of Personnel of the Security Institutions Public;

XIV. Secretariat: to the Public Security Secretariat of the Federal Government;

XV. Executive Secretary: the Holder of the System Executive Secretariat;

XVI. System: to the National Public Security System.

Article 6.- The Public Security Institutions will be civil, disciplined and professional, and their actions will be governed by the principles of legality, objectivity, efficiency, honesty, and respect for human rights recognized by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States. They should encourage citizen participation and be accountable in terms of law.

Article 7.- According to the bases established in Article 21 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, the Public Security Institutions the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities, in the field of their competence and in the terms of this Law, shall coordinate for:

I. Integrate the System and meet its goals and purposes;

II. Forms comprehensive, systematic, continuous and evaluable policies, as well as programmes and strategies in the field of public security;

III. Run, follow up and evaluate policies, strategies and actions, through the instances provided for in this law;

IV. Propose, execute and evaluate the National Procuration of Justice Program, the National Public Safety Programme and other programmatic instruments in the field provided for in the Planning Act;

V. Distribute system members, specific activities for the compliance with the purposes of Public Security;

VI. Regular selection, entry, training, update procedures, training, permanence, evaluation, recognition, certification and registration of public servants of the Public Security Institutions;

VII. Regular disciplinary systems as well as acknowledgements, stimuli and rewards;

VIII. Determine uniform criteria for organization, operation and modernization technology of the Public Security Institutions;

IX. Establish and control criminal databases and personnel;

X. Perform joint actions and operations of the Security Institutions Public;

XI. Participate in the protection and surveillance of the country's Strategic Facilities in the terms of this law and other applicable provisions;

XII.    Ensure that all social rehabilitation centers, penitentiary establishments or detention centers for minors, federal or federal entities, whatever their denomination, have equipment that allows permanently block or cancel cellular, radio communication, or data transmission or image signals within the perimeter thereof;

XIII. To determine the participation of the community and academic institutions in contributing to the evaluation processes of crime prevention policies, as well as the Public Security Institutions, through mechanisms effective;

XIV.   Implement evaluation mechanisms in the implementation of federal public security funds;

XV.     Strengthen the social security systems of public servants, their families and dependents, and implement complementary ones, and

XVI.   Perform other actions that are necessary to increase effectiveness in the fulfillment of the purposes of Public Safety.

Article 8.- The coordination, evaluation and follow-up of the provisions of this Law will be done with respect to the powers that the Constitution establishes for the institutions and authorities that integrate the System.

Article 9.- National Conferences, local councils, and other System instances, will observe the provisions of general resolutions and agreements that issue the National Council.

In the event of a contradiction between the resolutions and general agreements adopted by the conferences, the National Council will determine the one to prevail.

TITLE SECOND

OF THE COORDINATION INSTANCES AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF COMPETENCIES OF THE NATIONAL PUBLIC SECURITY SYSTEM

CHAPTER I

From the organization of the National Public Security System

Article 10.- The System will be integrated by:

I.        The National Public Security Council, which will be the top instance of public policy coordination and definition;

II.       The National Conference of Attorney General's Office;

III.     The National Conference of Secretaries of Public Security or their equivalents;

IV.      The National Conference of the Prison System;

V.        The National Public Safety Conference;

VI.      Local Councils and Regional Instances, and

VII.     The System Executive Secretariat.

The Judicial Branch of the Federation and the Superior Courts of Justice will contribute to the institutions that make up the system, in the formulation of studies, guidelines and implementation of actions to achieve the goals of public security.

Article 11.- The National Conferences will establish coordination mechanisms that allow the formulation and implementation of policies, programs, actions necessary for the performance of their duties. The Executive Secretary shall take the necessary actions to ensure effective and effective coordination and inform the National Council.

The Executive Secretariat will coordinate with the Presidents of the National Conferences to follow up the resolutions adopted by the National Council, in the terms of this Act.

CHAPTER II

Of The National Public Security Council

Article 12.- The National Council will consist of:

I.        The President of the Republic, who will preside over it;

II.       The Secretary of Government;

III.     The Secretary of National Defense;

IV.      The Secretary of the Navy;

V.        The Secretary of Public Security;

VI.      The Attorney General of the Republic;

VII.     The Governors of the States;

VIII.   The Head of the Federal District Government, and

IX.      The Executive Secretary of the System.

The President of the Council will be replaced in his absence by the Secretary of the Interior. The other members of the National Council must attend personally.

The Council may invite, by the nature of the matters to be dealt with, persons, institutions and representatives of civil society who can present knowledge and experiences for the fulfilment of the objectives of public security. Such participation shall be honorific. The President of the National Human Rights Commission will also be a permanent guest of this Council.

Article 13.- The trust staff of the administrative units of the System, the Executive Secretariat, the National Centers, even their holders and the agencies that provide advice on operational, technical and legal matters to the members of the National Council, will be considered public security personnel and will be of free designation and removal; they will be subject to the certification assessments and trust control. For this purpose, the respective Agreement establishing such administrative units shall be issued.

Article 14.- The National Council will have the following attributions:

I. Establishing comprehensive, systematic, comprehensive public policies and instruments and evaluable, with a view to meeting the objectives and objectives of Public Security;

II. Issue general agreements and resolutions, for the operation of the System;

III. Set the guidelines for the formulation of general policies in the field of Public Security;

IV. Promote the implementation of policy on care for victims of the crime;

V. Promote the effective coordination of the instances that integrate the System and give monitoring of actions to be established for this purpose;

VI. Promote the approval and development of the ministerial, police and expert models in the Public Security Institutions and assess their progress, in accordance with the respective laws;

VII. Watch that in the criteria for the distribution of resources of the funds Federal Public Safety and Federal District contributions, the provisions laid down in the Fiscal Coordination Act are observed;

VIII. Resolve the cancellation of the ministry of contributions, to the entities federative or, where appropriate, the municipalities, for a given period or object, when they do not comply with the provisions of this Law, the General Agreements of the Council or the agreements concluded prior to the guarantee of the hearing;

IX. Formulating proposals for national public security programs of Justice and Prevention of Crime in the terms of the Law of the Matter;

X. Assess compliance with the goals and goals of the Security programs Public and other related;

XI. Carry out periodic evaluation of Public Safety and other programs related;

XII. Exorder policies on supply, exchange, systematization, and updating of the information on Public Security generated by the institutions of the three government orders;

XIII. Establish measures to link the System with other national, regional or premises;

XIV. Promote the establishment of community consultation and participation units in the Public Security Institutions;

XV. Recommend the removal of the holders of Public Security institutions, upon the justified opinion of the Executive Secretariat, for failure to comply with the obligations laid down in this Law;

XVI. Establish effective mechanisms for society to participate in the processes of Evaluation of crime prevention policies, as well as of Public Security institutions;

XVII. Promote policies of coordination and collaboration with the Judicial Branch of the Federation and the courts of federal entities;

XVIII. Create working groups for support of their functions, and

XIX. Others to be established in other normative provisions and those that are necessary for the operation of the System.

Article 15.- The National Council may function in plenary or in the commissions provided for by this law. The plenary session will meet at least every six months at the invitation of its president, who will integrate the agenda of the issues to be addressed.

The quorum for the meetings of the National Council will be integrated with half of its members. The agreements shall be taken by the majority of the members present in the Council.

It will be up to the President of the National Council, in addition, to promote the effective coordination and operation of the System at all times.

Members of the Council may make proposals for agreements to enable the system to function better.

Article 16.- These are permanent National Council commissions, the following:

I. Information;

II. Certification and Accreditation,

III. Prevention of Crime and Citizen Participation.

These commissions will be coordinated with the Executive Secretary to follow up compliance with the applicable provisions of the National Centers that Member of the Executive Secretariat. The National Council shall determine the object, members, duties and functioning thereof.

Experts from academic, research, and social and private sector groupings may participate in the Commissions.

The Governors and the Head of Government of the Federal District will have to appoint their permanent representatives to the Executive Secretary of the System by trade. must be public servants with a hierarchical level equal to or higher than the Director-General in the competent Secretariats in the respective federal entity, for the implementation of this Law.

CHAPTER III

From the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System

Article 17.- The Executive Secretariat is the operating organ of the System and will enjoy technical, management and budgetary autonomy. It will have the National Centers for Information, Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation, as well as Certification and Accreditation. The President of the Federal Executive will issue the Secretariat's Rules of Procedure, which will establish the powers and articulation of these Centers.

The Executive Secretary and the National Centres will be appointed and freely removed by the President of the Council and must comply with the following requirements:

I. Being a Mexican citizen by birth, who has no other nationality and is in full enjoyment of their civil and political rights;

II. Be over thirty years old;

III. Contar with Bachelor Level Professional Title duly registered;

IV. Having recognized capacity and probity, as well as having five years of experience in the areas corresponding to its function, and

V.        Not having been sentenced for intentional crime or disabled as public servants.

Article 18.- Corresponds to the System Executive Secretary:

I. Run and follow up on the agreements and resolutions of the National Council and its President;

II. Drive improvements for System information tools;

III. Formulate proposals for the Profession Rector Program;

IV. Coordinate the realization of specialized studies on the subject of Security Publish and make recommendations to the coordination bodies provided for in this order;

V. Compiling the agreements that are made in the National Council, bringing the file of these and of the legal instruments they derive, and to record them;

VI. Report periodically to the National Council and its President of its activities;

VII. To celebrate the necessary coordination, collaboration and concertation agreements for the compliance with the purposes of the System;

VIII.   Verify compliance with the provisions of this Law, the general and specific agreements in the matter, as well as the other applicable provisions and report the conduct to the National Council;

IX. Propose to the National Council the policies, guidelines, protocols and actions for the good performance of the Public Security Institutions;

X. Verify that programs, strategies, actions, policies, and services that are adopt by the National Conferences, coordinate with each other, and comply with the general guidelines and agreements that the Council dictates;

XI. Propose the evaluation criteria of the Public Security Institutions in the terms of the law;

XII. Prepare the assessment of compliance with policies, strategies and actions of the System in the terms of the law;

XIII. Present to the National Council the reports of the National Conferences, for the monitoring of the agreements and resolutions to be adopted in these agreements;

XIV. Develop and publish reports of National Council activities;

XV. Collaborate with the public security institutions that make up the System, for strengthen and improve coordination mechanisms, in particular in the promotion of the Ministerial, Police and Pericial careers;

XVI. Integrating the criteria for the distribution of public security funds and subject them to the approval of the Council, in terms of the applicable legal provisions;

XVII. Manage to the competent authorities, the ministry of security funds public, in accordance with the criteria approved by the Council and the other applicable provisions;

XVIII. Submit for consideration of the National Council the draft resolution founded and reasoned cancellation and, where appropriate, the return of the ministry of contributions, to the federative entities or, where appropriate, municipalities;

XIX. Coassist with the Higher Audit of the Federation and other instances of audit, providing information on the exercise of the resources of federal aid funds, as well as compliance with this Law;

XX. Monitor, in coordination with other competent instances, the correct application of the resources of the funds by the federative entities and by the municipalities;

XXI.    Prepare and submit to the National Council, a well-founded and reasoned opinion recommending the removal of the holders of the Public Security Institutions;

XXII. Submit complaints or complaints to the competent authorities for non-compliance the law, general agreements, conventions and other applicable provisions, as well as for the illicit or improper use of the resources referred to in Article 142 of this Law, and report thereon to the National Council;

XXIII. Dictate the necessary measures to ensure the proper functioning of the System;

XXIV. Coordinate the approval of the Police Race, the Profession and the Regime Disciplinary in the Public Security Institutions, and

XXV. The others granted to you by this Law and other applicable provisions, as well as entrusts the National Council or its President.

Article 19.- The National Information Center will be responsible for the operation of the National Public Safety Information System and will have, among others, the following attributions:

I.        Establish, administer, and safeguard the criminal databases and system personnel in terms of the regulation;

II. the technical and approval criteria of the databases of the System members;

III. Issue the interconnection, access, and security protocols for these databases;

IV. Monitoring the compliance of the information access criteria and making the knowledge of the competent authorities any irregularities detected;

V. Collaborating with the National Institute of Statistics and Geography Information, in the integration of national statistics on public security, in accordance with the law of the matter, and

VI. Provide advice to the Public Security Institutions for the integration of information, interconnection, access, use, exchange and establishment of security measures for databases.

Article 20.- The National Center for Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation will have, as main attributions:

I.        Propose to the National Council guidelines for the social prevention of crime, through the transversal design of prevention policies, whose actions will be of a permanent and strategic nature;

II. Promoting the culture of peace, legality, respect for human rights, citizen participation and a life free of violence;

III. Issue opinions and recommendations, follow up and evaluate programs implemented by the Public Security Institutions, in the three government orders for:

a) Prevent child and youth violence;

b) Promote the eradication of violence especially against girls, boys, young, women, indigenous, older adults, within and outside the family;

c) Prevent violence generated by the use of weapons, drug and alcohol abuse, and

d) Ensuring comprehensive care for victims.

IV. Carry out studies on the structural causes of the crime, by itself or by third parties, their geo-criminal distribution, non-reported illicit conduct statistics, historical trends and patterns of behaviour that enable the updating and perfecting of national criminal and public security policy;

V. Perform, by itself or by third parties, victimological surveys, criminal phenomena, and others who assist in the prevention of crime;

VI. Promote the inclusion of content related to crime prevention in the educational, health, social development, and general programs in the various programs of federal agencies and agencies, as well as collaborating with the States, the Federal District and the Municipalities in this field;

VII. Organize seminars, conferences and presentations on social crime prevention;

VIII. Coordinate with other competent bodies in the field for the exercise of their functions;

IX. Promote citizen participation for the strengthening of the System in the terms of this Act, and

X. Other provisions, the National Council and its President.

Article 21.- The National Certification and Accreditation Center will be responsible for certification, accreditation and trust control, in accordance with with the provisions of this Law.

This Center will have an advisory body composed of public and private institutions to be determined in the regulation of this order.

Article 22.- Corresponds to the National Certification and Accreditation Center, verify that the federation's trust assessment and control centers, states and Federal District, perform their functions in accordance with the technical standards and minimum standards in terms of evaluation and trust control of the public servants of the Public Security Institutions. For this purpose, you will have the following powers:

I.        Set the minimum criteria for the evaluation and trust control of public servants, taking into consideration the recommendations, proposals and guidelines of the conferences.

II. Determine technical standards and procedures for server evaluation public;

III. Determine the performance protocols and evaluation procedures of the centers for the evaluation and trust control of the Public Security Institutions;

IV. Evaluate and certify the correct application of the processes operating the centers of Assessment and trust control of the Public Security Institutions;

V. Evaluate and certify the confidence assessment and control processes in the Public security institutions operate private institutions that so request and comply with the relevant regulations;

VI. Verify periodically that the Reference Centers apply the processes certificates, in accordance with the guidelines and standards established by the National Certification and Accreditation Center;

VII. Support the Trust Assessment and Control Centers of the Public Security;

VIII. Promote the approval, validation and updating of procedures and criteria Assessment and Confidence Control;

IX.      Set the requirements that must contain the Ministerial, Police, and Perician certificates and approve their features, and

X.        The others that are necessary for the performance of their functions.

CHAPTER IV

From the National Conference on Justice.

Article 23.- The National Conference of Attorney General of Justice will be made up of the holders of the Attorney General's Office of the Attorney General of the Federation, the Federal District and the States, and shall be chaired by the Attorney General of the Republic.

This Conference will have a Technical Secretary who will be appointed and removed by the President of the Conference.

Article 24.- The President of the National Conference of Attorney General's Office may invite individuals and institutions for reasons of the matters to be dealt with.

The Attorney General of Military Justice will be a permanent guest of this Conference.

Article 25.- These are the functions of the National Conference of Attorney General:

I.        Formulate general justice procurement policies, as well as execute, follow up and evaluate actions in the field;

II.       Promote coordination and collaboration between the Law Enforcement Institutions and the Police Institutions;

III.     Formulate proposals for the integration of the National Procuration of Justice Program and other programmatic instruments related to the scope of its competence, as well as follow them;

IV. Formulate, in accordance with the criteria of the National Council, the Rector Program Professionalization of the Institutions of Attorney General's Office;

V. Elaborate proposals for legislative reforms and administrative orders in matter of Attorney General's Office;

VI. Integrate the Committees that are necessary for the performance of their functions;

VII. Issue bases and rules for joint investigation of crimes, according to with the applicable legal systems, as well as for the performance of joint investigation operations;

VIII. Set uniform criteria for the regulation of selection, income, training, permanence, training, professionalization, evaluation, recognition, certification and registration of agents of the Public and Perisos Ministry, in accordance with the provisions of this Law and other applicable provisions;

IX. Promote the training, updating and joint specialization of the members The Institutions for the Attorney-General's Office, in accordance with the Rector Program of Profession;

X. Promote the approval of the trust control procedures of the Members of the Institutions of Justice, in accordance with the applicable provisions;

XI. Promote that the applicable legislations provide for an agile, effective and uniform for the imposition of administrative penalties on the staff of the institutions for the prosecution of justice, for failure to fulfil the duties provided for in this Law and other duties to be laid down in the corresponding orders;

XII. Promote coordination mechanisms, in the field of investigation of crimes with the National Conference of Secretaries of Public Security;

XIII. To press the necessary actions to promote the denunciation of the crimes and the participation of the community in the activities of the prosecution;

XIV. Determine policies and guidelines on criminal procedure data, judgments of protection and other judicial processes in which the Public Ministry intervenes, which are integrated into the databases established by this order;

XV. Set criteria for cooperation and coordination for the delivery of indiciates, prosecuted and sentenced; the enforcement of judicial and ministerial injunctions; the securing of goods, objects or proceeds of crime and the lack of judicial, ministerial and expert proceedings;

XVI. Promoting the culture of respect for human rights and recognized guarantees in the current legislation;

XVII. Formulating coordination strategies in the fight against corruption, protection of people, care for victims and offenders of crimes;

XVIII. Propose international cooperation programs in the field of procurement justice;

XIX. Set guidelines for the lack of extradition and assistance procedures legal;

XX. Promote the approval of criteria for the regulation and instrumentation of the chain of custody of the indicia, traces or traces of the criminal act and of the instruments, objects or products of the offence;

XXI. Propose to the National Information Center, criteria for the operation of the Criminal and personal databases of the institutions of the Attorney General's Office;

XXII. Exorder your organization and operation rules;

XXIII. Promote uniformity of legal criteria, and

XXIV. The others granted to you by this Law and other applicable provisions.

Article 26.- The National Conference of Attorney General's Office will meet every six months in an ordinary manner. The President of that Conference may convene extraordinary sessions when he considers it necessary.

CHAPTER V

From the National Conference of Public Security Secretaries

Article 27.- The National Conference of Secretaries of Public Safety will be made up of the heads of the agencies responsible for Public Security the Federation, the States and the Federal District and shall be chaired by the Secretary of Federal Public Security.

The Conference will have a Technical Secretary who will be appointed and removed by the President of the Conference.

The owners of the offices or organs in which the police corps of the municipalities will be integrated, will be able to participate in the Conference, in accordance with the rules that you set it.

Article 28.- The President of the Conference may invite persons and institutions on the grounds of the matters to be dealt with.

Article 29.- These are the functions of the National Conference of Public Security Secretaries:

I. Driving the coordination of the actions of the agencies responsible for the public security;

II. Promote the training, updating and specialization of the members of the Police Institutions, under the Profession Rector Program;

III. Develop proposals for reforms to Public Security laws;

IV. Formulate, in accordance with the criteria of the National Council, the Rector Program Professionalization of the Police Institutions, whatever their membership;

V. Propose measures to link the System to other national, regional or premises;

VI. Propose the adoption and implementation of cooperation policies and programs International Public Security, in coordination with competent entities and agencies;

VII. Promote criteria for police development in terms of the present Law;

VIII. Integrate the Committees that are needed in the matter;

IX. Develop high performance police specialties to address the national and international impact crimes;

X. Issue the general rules and bases for performing joint operations preventive character, among federal, local and municipal public security agencies;

XI. Drive the actions required for System members to set up a service for the location of persons and goods;

XII. Promote the establishment of a communication service that receives the reports the community, on emergencies, faults and crimes;

XIII. To make sure that in the Police Institutions it is applied homogeneously and permanently, the corresponding certification protocol, approved by the National Certification and Accreditation Center;

XIV. Propose the requirements to be contained in the Single Police Certificate;

XV. Define homogeneous criteria for collection, systematization, and management of information from the Police Institutions and promote their implementation;

XVI. Propose to the National Information Center, criteria for the operation of the Criminal and personnel databases of the Police Institutions and for the management of information;

XVII. Propose coordination mechanisms, in matters of investigation of crimes, to the National Conference on Attorney General's Office;

XVIII. Propose rules to assist in the surveillance and execution of actions joint to protect the country's strategic facilities, in the terms of applicable law, and

XIX. The others granted to you by this Law and other applicable provisions.

CHAPTER VI

From the National Prison System Conference

Article 30.- The National Conference of the Prison System, will be integrated by the owners of the prevention and social reintegration bodies or their equivalent of the Federation, the States and the Federal District, and shall be presided over by the appointment of the holder of the Secretariat.

This Conference will have a Technical Secretary who will be appointed and removed by the Secretariat holder.

Article 31.- These are functions of the National Prison System Conference:

I. Driving National Prison System Coordination;

II. Promote the approval of security mechanisms, systems and procedures in the prisons for social reintegration;

III. Propose to the National Council, policies, programs and actions in the field of social reinsertion;

IV. Propose mechanisms to implement education and sport as a means of social reinsertion;

V. Promoting the adoption of community work as a mechanism for social reintegration in the applicable laws;

VI. Planting criteria for the effectiveness of the conventions to be concluded between the Federation, States and the Federal District, to the effect that those sentenced for crimes in the field of their jurisdiction, extant the penalties in penitentiary establishments dependent on a different jurisdiction, with strict adherence to the legal provisions applicable;

VII.    Promote the exchange, registration, systematization and consultation of public security information in the criminal databases and personnel;

VIII. Formulate the guidelines for the federation and the (a) the obligation to acquire, install and maintain in operation equipment which enable the cellular, radio communication and/or cellular telephone signals to be permanently blocked or cancelled, in the field of their powers; voice, data or image transmission on the perimeter of the social rehabilitation, penitentiary establishments or detention centres for minors, federal or federal entities, whatever their name.

Such equipment will be operated by authorities other than those of the penitentiary establishments in remote centers, will have automatic systems that send alarm signals to any interruption in their functionality and will be monitored by the National Public Safety System, with the collaboration of the public network dealers of telecommunications.

The blocking of signals referred to in this article will be done on all frequency bands that are use for the reception on mobile communication terminal equipment and shall in no case exceed twenty metres outside the premises of the centres or establishments in order to ensure the continuity and safety of the services to the external users.

IX.     The others who establish the applicable legal provisions and the National Council.

CHAPTER VII

From the National Public Safety Conference

Article 32.- The National Conference on Municipal Public Security, will be made up of the Municipal Presidents and the owners of the organs Federal District policy-administrative personnel who will participate in accordance with the following rules:

I. Two municipal presidents, of each State, appointed by the Local Council of Corresponding Public Security, and

headlines from the administrative political bodies of the Federal District will be appointed by the Local Public Security Council.

The National Conference will have a President, who will be appointed from among its members by its plenary session.

The Conference will have a Technical Secretary who will be appointed and removed by the President of the Conference.

Article 33.- The National Public Safety Conference will have the following minimum functions:

I. Issue your organization and operation rules;

II. Propose and implement municipal cooperation policies and programs Public Security;

III. Promote the development and strengthening of the agencies responsible for municipal public security;

IV. Elaborate proposals for reforms to the municipal implementing rules in the field of Public Security;

V. Interchanging experiences and technical support among the Municipalities;

VI. Propose public policies on Public Security;

VII. Collaborate with public and private institutions, in program execution Teeth to prevent crime;

VIII. Promote in the Municipal area, the approval of Police Development;

IX.      Organize seminars, conferences and presentations on the subject of Municipal Public Safety, and

X.        Other legal provisions or the national council.

CHAPTER VIII

Local Councils and Regional Coordination Instances

Article 34.- In the Federal District and the States, local councils will be established in charge of the coordination, planning and implementation of the system in the respective areas of government. They will also be responsible for following up the agreements, guidelines and policies issued by the National Council, in their respective areas of competence.

In the local councils of each state, the municipalities will participate in the terms of the legislation of each federal entity. In the case of the Federal District, the holders of the administrative political bodies of the territorial demarcations shall participate, in accordance with the applicable legislation. These Councils will invite at least two representatives of civil society or the community to each session, in accordance with the topics to be discussed. Their participation will be of an honorary character.

Local Councils and Regional Coordination Instances shall be organised in such a way as to permit the fulfilment of their aims, based on the structure of the System and integration of the National Council.

Local Councils will determine their organization and that of the corresponding Regional Coordination Instances in terms of this Law.

Article 35.- Local Councils shall be integrated by the Public Security Institutions of the entity concerned and the Federation.

In addition, they will be able to invite people and institutions, according to the topics to be addressed.

Article 36.- When the participation of two or more federative entities is required for the performance of the Public Security function, they will be established regional coordination bodies, on a temporary or permanent basis, in which the relevant public security institutions shall participate.

Similarly, inter-municipal bodies may be established, in accordance with the corresponding state orders. In the case of areas which are conurbated between two or more federative entities, agreements may be concluded and regional bodies may be installed with the participation of the respective municipalities and administrative political bodies, in the case of the District Federal.

Article 37.- Local Councils and regional bodies will be organized, in the pipeline, similar to the National Council and will have the functions (a) in order to enable the coordination and the purposes of public security in its fields of competence.

Council members will appoint one of their public servants as a responsible liaison to attend and follow up the operation of the System in their respective entity. federative.

Such links are required to provide the information required by the Executive Secretariat, within a reasonable time, which shall not exceed 30 calendar days, except justified justification.

Article 38.- Local Councils and regional bodies may propose to the National Council and National Conferences, agreements, specific programmes and conventions on matters of coordination.

CHAPTER IX

From the distribution of competencies

Article 39.- The concurrency of faculties between the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities, will be distributed according to the following:

A.        Corresponds to the Federation, through the competent authorities:

I.      Propose actions to ensure coordination between the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities;

II.    Regarding Police Development:

a) On Police Career, propose to the National Council:

1.- Policies regarding selection, income, permanence, stimulus, promotion, recognition and termination of the Service of the Members of the Police Institutions, according to the Police Model, in accordance with applicable regulations;

2.- The guidelines for the Police Career procedures that will apply competent authorities;

b) In the matter of Profession, propose to the National Council:

1.- The Rector Program that will contain the training, training, training, updating and academic research, as well as integrating those that are formulated by the System;

2.- The procedures applicable to Profession;

3.- The criteria for establishing Academies and Institutes, and

4.- The development of academic research and training programs.

c) In the matter of Disciplinary Regime, propose to the National Council the guidelines for the application of the respective procedures.

III. Coordinate actions for the surveillance and protection of installations Strategic, and

IV. Others to set other legal provisions.

B. Corresponds to the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities, in the scope of their respective competences:

I. Ensuring compliance with this Law and other provisions deriving from is;

II. Contribute, in the field of their competencies, to the effective coordination of the System;

III. Apply and supervise the procedures relating to the Police Race, Professionalization and Disciplinary Regime;

IV. Constituting and operating the Commissions and Academies referred to in this Law;

V. Ensuring their integration into the criminal and personal databases;

VI. Designate a responsible for control, supply and proper handling of information to which refers to this Law;

VII. Integrate and query the Public Security personnel databases, the files of applicants to join the Police Institutions;

VIII. Refrain from hiring and employing in the Police Institutions people who do not they have the registration and certificate issued by the respective trust assessment and control centre;

IX. To assist in the integration and functioning of Police Development, Ministerial and Expert;

X. Establish trust assessment and control centers, according to the guidelines, procedures, protocols and profiles determined by the National Certification and Accreditation Centre, as well as ensuring the permanent observance of applicable regulations;

XI. Integrate and consult the information regarding the Police Operation and Development for the registration and monitoring of criminal databases and public security personnel;

XII. To target federal public security funds exclusively for these purposes and appoint a person responsible for their control and administration;

XIII. Participate in the execution of actions for the protection of the country's Strategic Facilities;

XIV. To request the collaboration of telecommunications service providers, in accordance with the applicable provisions, so that in the operational technical field all types of communication are permanently restricted, either voice transmission, data, or image in the Federal Social Readaptation Centers and the Federative Entities, whatever their denomination, and

XV. The other specific privileges established in the Law and other applicable provisions.

States and Municipalities may coordinate to make cash as provided for in Article 115 (III) (h) and (VII) of the Constitution of the European Union. United Mexican States.

State Public Safety Laws may establish the possibility of coordination, and where appropriate, the means for the most effective provision of the security service public between a State and its Municipalities.

THIRD TITLE

COMMON PROVISIONS FOR MEMBERS OF PUBLIC SECURITY INSTITUTIONS

CHAPTER I

Of the obligations and sanctions of the members of the Public Security Institutions

Article 40.- In order to ensure compliance with the constitutional principles of legality, objectivity, efficiency, professionalism, honesty and respect for human rights, the members of the Public Security Institutions shall be subject to the following obligations:

I. To always be able to get dedicated and discipline, as well as with attachment to the legal order and respect for the individual guarantees and human rights recognized in the Constitution;

II. Preserve the sección of the issues that by reason of the performance of its function know, in terms of the applicable provisions;

III. To help people threatened by any danger or who have been victims or offended by any crime, as well as provide protection to their property and rights. Their performance will be consistent, timely and proportional to the fact;

IV. Meet your duties with absolute impartiality and without any discrimination;

V. Refrain at all times from inflicting or tolerating acts of torture, even if In the case of a higher order or a special case, such as a threat to Public Security, the urgency of the investigation or any other, the knowledge shall immediately be reported to the competent authority;

VI. Observe respectful treatment with all people, and must abstain from all acts arbitrary and unduly limiting the actions or manifestations which the population is carrying out in the exercise of its constitutional rights and with a peaceful nature;

VII.     To perform its mission without requesting or accepting compensation, payments or bonuses other than those provided for by law. In particular they shall object to any act of corruption and, in the event of their knowledge, shall report it;

VIII. Refrain from ordering or performing any person detention without complying with the requirements in the applicable constitutional and legal systems;

IX. Velar for the life and physical integrity of people in detention;

X. Acting on the use of research methods to ensure collection technical and scientific evidence;

XI. Use the research and chain of custody protocols adopted by the Public Security Institutions;

XII. Participate in operations and coordination mechanisms with other institutions Public security, as well as providing them, where appropriate, with the support provided by law;

XIII. Preserve, in accordance with applicable provisions, evidence and evidence of probable criminal or administrative misconduct in such a way that they do not lose their probative quality and the proper processing of the relevant procedure is facilitated;

XIV. Refrain from disposing of secured assets for their own or third party benefits;

XV. Submit to periodic evaluations to demonstrate compliance with your requirements This is the way to obtain and maintain the respective certification in force;

XVI. Inform the hierarchical superior, immediately, omissions, improper acts, or constituting a crime, its subordinates or the same in a hierarchical category;

XVII. Fulfilling and diligently enforcing the orders you receive for performance of its functions, avoiding any act or omission that produces a deficiency in its compliance;

XVIII. Promoting discipline, responsibility, decision, integrity, spirit of body and professionalism, in itself and in the staff under his command;

XIX. Enroll the detentions in the Administrative Record of Detentions according to the applicable provisions;

XX. Refrain from subtracting, hiding, altering, or damaging information or property to the detriment of the Institutions;

XXI. Refrain, in accordance with applicable provisions, from making known to any means to whom it is not entitled, documents, records, images, constances, statistics, reports or any other confidential or confidential information to which it has knowledge in exercise and on the basis of its employment, position or commission;

XXII. To diligently support the application for a report, complaint or assistance from the citizenry, or its own subordinates, except where the request is based on its competence, in which case it shall take it to the appropriate area;

XXIII. Refrain from introducing the facilities of your beverage institutions embryants, psychotropic substances, narcotic drugs or other addictive substances of an illegal, prohibited or controlled nature, except where they are the product of arrests, searches, insurancements or other similar substances, and that prior authorisation exists corresponding;

XXIV. Refrain from consuming, in or out of service, psychotropic substances, narcotic drugs or other addictive substances of an illegal, prohibited or controlled nature, except where the consumption of controlled medicinal products is authorised by prescription, endorsed by the medical services of the Institutions;

XXV. Refrain from consuming at the premises of its institutions or in acts of the Service, intoxicating drinks;

XXVI. Refrain from performing behaviors that discredit your person or the image of the Institutions, on or off the service;

XXVII. Not to allow people outside their institutions to perform acts inherent in the privileges that you have assigned. It shall also not be accompanied by such persons when performing the service, and

XXVIII. The others that establish the applicable legal provisions.

Article 41.- In addition to the above article, members of the Police Institutions will specifically have the following obligations:

I. Register in the Approved Police Report the data of the activities and investigations that you perform;

II. Rissue to the instance that corresponds to the collected information, in compliance of their missions or in the performance of their activities, for their analysis and registration. Also, provide the information requested by other Public Security Institutions, in the terms of the relevant laws;

III. Support the authorities who so request in the investigation and prosecution of crimes, as well as in situations of serious risk, disaster or disaster;

IV. Execute the judicial and ministerial commandments;

V. Get and keep your Single Police Certificate updated;

VI. Obey the orders of the hierarchical superiors or those who exercise on the command functions and fulfil all their obligations, making them in accordance with the law;

VII. Reply, on the execution of the direct orders you receive, to a single parent hierarchical, as a general rule, while preponderantly respecting the command line;

VIII. Participate in coordination operations with other police corporations, as well as provide them, where appropriate, with the support provided by law;

IX. Keep the weapons, material, ammunition and equipment assigned to you in good condition on the occasion of their duties, making rational use of them only in the performance of the service;

X. Refrain from attending uniformed bars, canteens, betting centers or games, or other centres of this type, if not an express order for the performance of functions or in cases of flagrancy, and

XI. Other than the applicable legal provisions.

Whenever public force is used, it will be done in a rational, consistent, timely manner and with respect for human rights. For this purpose, it shall comply with the applicable regulatory and administrative provisions, making them in accordance with the law.

Article 42.- The identification document of the members of the Public Security institutions shall contain at least name, position, photograph, footprint digital and registration key in the National Register of Public Security Personnel, as well as security measures that guarantee its authenticity.

Every public servant has an obligation to identify himself with the exception of the cases provided for in the law, so that the citizen can make sure he has the registration corresponding.

Article 43.- The Federation, Federal District, and States shall establish in the corresponding legal provisions that the members of the Police Institutions must fill in an Approved Police Report that will contain, at least, the following data:

I. The area that issues it;

II. The Capture User;

III. General Log Data;

IV. Reason, which is classified into;

a) Event type, and

b) Event Subtype.

V. The location of the event and where appropriate, the paths;

VI. The fact description, which should detail mode, time, and place, among others data.

VII. Interviews made, and

VIII. In case of detentions:

a) Point out the reasons for the stop;

b) Person description;

c) The name of the stopped and nickname, if any;

d) Apparent physical state description;

e) Objects that were found to you;

f) Authority to which it was made available, and

g) Place where it was made available.

The report must be complete, the facts must be described with continuity, chronologically and highlighting the important; it should not contain statements without the support of actual facts or facts, so you should avoid hearing information, conjecture or findings outside the investigation.

Article 44.- The laws of the Federation, the Federal District and the states shall lay down the penalties applicable to the failure to perform the duties provided for in this law, the procedures and the competent bodies to know of them. The penalties shall be at least the following:

a) Amonstation;

b) Suspension, and

c) Emotion.

CHAPTER II

From Social Security and Recognized Complementary Systems

Article 45.- Public Safety Institutions must guarantee at least the benefits provided for at least for workers at the service of the State; federative entities and municipalities shall generate, in accordance with their needs and with their budgets, a standard of supplementary social security and recognition arrangements, as provided for in Article 123, paragraph 1. B, part XIII, second paragraph, of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.

Article 46.- The Public Security Institutions, in accordance with the provisions of this Law, shall carry out and submit to the appropriate authorities, the (a) technical requirements for the review, updating and setting of their tabulators and the areas in which they are to be applied.

CHAPTER III

From Academies and Institutes

Article 47.- The Federation and the Federative Entities will establish and operate Academies and Institutes that will be responsible for implementing the Professionalization that will have, among others, the following functions:

I. Apply the system-approved procedures;

II. Training in scientific and technical research to servers public;

III. Propose and develop academic research programs in the field ministerial, expert and police, in accordance with the provisions of this Law and other applicable provisions;

IV. Propose the stages, levels of schooling and academic degrees of the Professionalization;

V. Promote and provide educational services to their respective Institutions;

VI. Apply strategies for the professionalization of aspirants and servers public;

VII. Propose and apply the contents of plans and programs for the formation of public servants referred to in the Rector Program;

VIII. Ensuring the equivalence of minimum content of plans and programs Professionalization;

IX. Revalidate Profession Studies equivalences;

X. Collaborate on designing and updating policies and standards for recruitment and selection of applicants and monitoring their implementation;

XI. Perform the studies to detect the training needs of the Servers Public and propose appropriate courses;

XII. Propose and, if applicable, publish the calls for entry to the Academies and Institutes;

XIII. To process records, authorizations, and recognition of plans and programs Study before the competent authorities;

XIV. Exorder constances of the activities for the professionalization that they impart;

XV. Propose the conclusion of agreements with national educational institutions and foreign, public and private, in order to provide academic training of excellence to public servants;

XVI. Monitor that the aspirants and members of the Police Institutions are held to the Academies and Institutes manuals, and

XVII. Others that establish applicable legal provisions.

Article 48.- On the subject of plans and programs of Profession for the Police Institutions, the Secretariat will have the power to propose to the Instances Coordination of this law the following:

I. Basic content of training, training, and training programs professionalisation of the controls of police institutions;

II. The aspects that the Rector Program will contain;

III. That the members of the Police Institutions be subject to the programs corresponding to the Police Academies and Higher Police Studies;

IV. The design and update of policies and standards for recruitment and selection of candidates for the Police Institutions and monitor their implementation;

V. Strategies and policies for the development of training of the members of the Police Institutions;

VI. Academic research programs in police matters;

VII. The design and update of policies and standards for recruitment and selection of candidates for the Police Institutions;

VIII. The revalidation of the equivalence of studies of the Profession in the field of their competence, and

IX. Others to set other legal provisions.

TITLE FOURTH

OF THE CAREER SERVICE IN THE INSTITUTIONS OF JUSTICE

CHAPTER I

General Provisions

Article 49.- The Career Service in the Institutions of Attorney General, will understand the relative to the Public Ministry and the experts.

The institutions of Attorney General's Office, which will have their organizational structure with ministerial police for the investigation of the crimes, will be subject to the provisions of the in this law for Police Institutions in matters of police career.

The rules and processes in the field of police career and disciplinary regime of the ministerial police, will be applied, operated and supervised by the institutions of Law enforcement.

Public servants who have under their command agents of the Public Ministry or experts will not be part of the Career Service for that fact; they will be appointed and removed in accordance with applicable legal orders; trust workers shall be considered, and the effects of their appointment may be terminated at any time.

Article 50.- The Ministerial Career and Perician Service will understand the service's income, development, and termination stages, as per next:

I. The income includes the selection, training, and selection requirements and procedures initial certification as well as registration;

II. Development will understand the requirements and procedures for continuous training and specialized, updating, evaluation for permanence, evaluation of performance, development and promotion, provision of stimulus and recognition, re-entry and certification. Similarly, it should provide for disciplinary measures and penalties for members of the Career Service, and

III. The termination will comprise the ordinary and extraordinary causes of separation from the Service, as well as the procedures and resources of non-conformity to which there is a place, in accordance with the laws and applicable provisions.

Article 51.- The Career Service will be organized according to the following bases:

I. will have a mandatory and permanent character; it will cover plans, programs, courses, evaluations, examinations and competitions corresponding to the various stages involved;

II. Will be governed by the principles of legality, objectivity, efficiency, professionalism, The United States has honored and respected the human rights recognized in the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States. The objectives of the preparation, competence, capacity and constant improvement of the staff in the tasks of the Attorney General's Office;

III. The theoretical and practical content of the training programs, update, specialization and certification will encourage members of the Attorney General's Institutions to achieve professionalization and exercise their privileges on the basis of the principles and objectives referred to and promote effective learning and full development of knowledge, skills and skills attitudes necessary for the performance of the public service;

IV. Contain with a staff turnover system;

V. Defend profiles, hierarchical levels in structure and ranges;

VI. will have disciplinary procedures, based on principles of justice and full respect for human rights;

VII. Will look for development, promotion and endowment based on merit and the efficiency in the performance of their functions;

VIII. Seek to generate the sense of institutional membership;

IX. Contain the rules for registration and recognition of the certificates of the personnel, and

X. Contain the rules for the registration of personnel incidents.

CHAPTER II

From Income to the Career Service of the Attorney General's Institutions

Article 52.- The entry to the Career Service will be made by public call.

The applicants to enter the Institutions of Attorney General's Office must, at least, comply with the following requirements:

A. Public Ministry.

I. Being a Mexican citizen by birth, in full exercise of your rights;

II. Contar with a law degree in law issued and registered legally, with the corresponding professional cedula;

III. Where appropriate, have the National Military Service accredited;

IV. Being of notorious good conduct, not having been convicted of irrevocable sentence as responsible for a criminal offence, or being subject to criminal proceedings;

V. Not being suspended or being dismissed or disabled by firm resolution as public servant, or be subject to a federal or local administrative responsibility procedure, in the terms of the applicable rules;

VI. Do not make use of psychotropic, narcotic or other substances that produce similar effects, or suffering from alcoholism;

VII. Approve the entry, initial or basic training course that establishes the laws of the matter in the Federation or in the corresponding federative entities, and

VIII. Submit and approve the confidence control assessments provided in the applicable provisions.

B. Perios.

I. Being a Mexican citizen by birth and in full exercise of your rights;

II. Credit that has concluded, at least, the studies corresponding to the teaching Upper or equivalent mean;

III. Having a legally issued and registered title by competent authority that empowers you to exercise the science, technology, art or discipline in question, or to give full proof of the knowledge corresponding to the discipline on which it is required to rule when in accordance with the applicable rules it does not require a professional title or for your exercise;

IV. Where appropriate, have the National Military Service accredited;

V. Approve the entry, initial or basic training course that establishes the laws of the matter in the Federation or in the relevant federative entities;

VI. Being of notorious good conduct, not having been convicted of irrevocable sentence for Criminal offence, or being subject to criminal proceedings;

VII. Not being suspended or removed or disabled by firm resolution such as public servant, or be subject to a federal or local administrative responsibility procedure, in the terms of the applicable rules;

VIII. Do not make use of psychotropic, narcotic or other substances that produce similar effects, or suffering from alcoholism, and

IX. Submit and approve trust control assessments.

The provisions of this Article shall apply without prejudice to other requirements laid down by federal and federal law in their respective fields. of competence.

Article 53.- Prior to the entry of applicants for initial training courses, their background in the National Register and, where appropriate, in the the records of the Institutions of Justice.

The authenticity of the documents submitted by the applicants must also be verified.

Article 54.- The applicants to enter the Career Service of the Institutions of Justice will have to comply with the training studies initial.

It will be up to the competent authorities to regulate in their legislation the terms in which the initial training will take place. The duration of the initial training programmes may not be less than five hundred hours. In any case, taking into account the applicable guidelines.

CHAPTER III

The Development of the Career Service of the Institutions of Justice Attorney

Article 55.- These are the permanence requirements of the Public Ministry and the experts, the following:

I. Meet the income requirements during the service;

II. Meet the professionalization programs that set out the provisions applicable;

III. Approve assessments that establish applicable provisions;

IV. Contar with the updated certification and registration referred to in this Law;

V. Meet the rotation orders;

VI. Meet the obligations imposed on you by the respective laws, and

VII. The other requirements that apply to the applicable provisions.

The provisions of this Article shall apply without prejudice to any other requirements laid down by the respective laws.

Article 56.- The members of the Attorney General's Office must submit and approve the confidence and trust assessment processes. performance with the periodicity and in cases that sets the applicable normativity.

The results of the evaluation processes and the files that form with them will be confidential, except in those cases where they are to be presented in administrative or judicial procedures and shall be kept in reserve in the terms of the applicable provisions, except in the cases referred to in this law.

Article 57.- Applications for reinstatement to the career service will be analyzed and, if applicable, granted in accordance with the provisions of the respective laws, provided that the reason for the discharge has been for reasons other than non-compliance with the requirements to remain or to follow up a process of administrative or criminal, local or federal liability.

CHAPTER IV

From the Termination of the Career Service of the Attorney General Institutions

Article 58.- The Federation and the Federative Entities shall establish in their respective laws the separation and removal procedures applicable to the servers the public authorities of the institutions of Justice, which shall, at least, understand the aspects referred to in the following

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Article 59.- The completion of the Career Service will be:

I. Ordinary, comprising:

a) Renunciation;

b) Permanent inability to perform functions, and

c) Retirement.

II. Extraordinary, comprising:

a) Separation for non-compliance with entry and stay requirements, or

b) Emotion for incurring liability causes on the basis of your order.

Article 60.- In case the courts determine that the resolution imposing the separation or removal is unjustified, the institution The person concerned shall only be obliged to the compensation and to the grant of the benefits to which the person removed is entitled, without in any event his reinstatement to the service, whatever the outcome of the judgment or means of defence. which has been promoted in accordance with Article 123 (B), Part XIII of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States. Such a circumstance shall be entered in the corresponding National Register.

The relevant legislation shall establish the form for calculating the amount of compensation to be covered.

CHAPTER V

From Profession

Article 61.- The Rector Program of Profession is the instrument in which the guidelines, programs, activities and minimum content are established for the professionalization of the staff of the Institutions of Justice.

Article 62.- The curricula will be integrated by the set of theoretical and practical content structured in teaching and learning teaching units, in which case resolution workshops are included.

Article 63.- In the field of Profession programs and study plans, the National Conference of Attorney General of Justice will have the following attributions:

I. Promote strategies and policies for the professionalization of public servants Institutions for the Prosecution of Justice;

II. Design the models of professionalization that correspond to their concertation and in their case, application in the institutions of the Attorney General's Office;

III. Agreed to the contents of the Server Profession Rector Program the public authorities of the institutions of Justice, on the proposal of its President;

IV. Set criteria for monitoring public servers to be attached to the corresponding programs in the Training Institutes;

V. Promote the design and update of policies and standards for recruitment and selection of applicants to the Institutions for Justice and the monitoring of their application;

VI. Establish academic research programs in the fields of ministerial and pericry;

VII. Suar the criteria by which equivalences of studies will be revalidated in the scope of their competence for incorporation into the professionalisation programme, and

VIII. Others to set other legal provisions for you.

Article 64.- The public servants of the Institutions of Justice are obliged to participate in the activities of professionalization that determine the respective institution, which shall cover a minimum of 60 hours a year.

CHAPTER VI

From Certification

Article 65.- The applicants who enter the institutions of the Attorney General's Office must have the corresponding Certificate and Registration of compliance with what is established by this Act.

No person may enter or remain in the Attorney General's Office without the current Certificate and Registration.

Article 66.- The trust assessment and control centers of the Institutions of Justice will issue the certificates for those who credit the income requirements established by this Law and the legal order applicable to the institution concerned.

The Certificate will have the purpose of proving that the public servant is eligible to enter or remain in the Institutions of Attorney General, and that it has the knowledge, profile, skills and skills required for the performance of your office.

Article 67.- The Certificate referred to in the foregoing Article, for validity, shall be granted within a period not greater than sixty calendar days from the date of departure. the conclusion of the certification process, to the effect that it is entered in the National Register that for this purpose is established. Such certification and registration shall be valid for three years.

Article 68.- The public servants of the Institutions of Justice will have to submit to the evaluation processes in the terms of the (a) for a period of six months prior to the expiry of the validity of the certificate and registration, in order to obtain the revalidation of the certificate and registration, on the terms to be determined by the competent authorities.

The revalidation of the certificate will be an essential requirement for its stay in the institutions of the Attorney General's Office and must be registered for the purposes of refers to the previous article.

Article 69.- The certification that the trust assessment and control centers grant must contain the security requirements and measures that for this purpose agree the National Certification and Accreditation Center.

The public servants of the Institutions of Justice who wish to provide their services in another institution, either in the Federation or in the Entities Federativas, must present the Certificate that has been previously issued to them.

The Institutions of Justice will recognize the validity of the certificates duly issued and registered, in accordance with the provisions of this Law and other applicable. Otherwise, prior to entry, the public servant must undergo the evaluation processes.

In all cases, the corresponding entries must be made in the National Register.

Article 70.- The cancellation of the Certificate of Public Servants of the Institutions of Justice will proceed:

I. On being separated from your order to default to any of the income requirements or permanence referred to in this Law and other applicable provisions;

II. When removed from your order;

III. For not obtaining the revalidation of your Certificate, and

IV. For other causes that establish the applicable provisions.

Article 71.- The Attorney's Office that cancels any certificate must make the respective annotation in the corresponding National Register.

TITLE FIFTH

OF POLICE DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER I

General Provisions

Article 72.- Police Development is a comprehensive set of rules and processes properly structured and linked to each other that comprise the Police Career, the schemes for professionalisation, certification and the disciplinary system of the Members of the Police Institutions and aims at ensuring institutional development, stability, security and equal opportunities for women. the same; to elevate the professionalization, to promote the vocation of service and sense of belonging, as well as ensuring compliance with the constitutional principles referred to in Article 6 of the Law.

Article 73.- The legal relations between the Police Institutions and their members are governed by Article 123 (B) of Article 123 of the Treaty. Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, this Law and other applicable legal provisions.

All public servants of the Police Institutions in the three government orders that do not belong to the Police Race will be considered workers of confidence. The effects of your appointment may be terminated at any time, in accordance with applicable provisions, and in the event that you do not credit the trust control assessments.

Article 74.- The members of the Police Institutions may be separated from their position if they do not comply with the requirements of the laws in force, which in the the time of the separation to remain in the institutions, without any reinstallation or restitution, whatever the judgment or means of defence to combat the separation, and where appropriate, only the compensation shall be carried out.

The relevant legislation shall establish the form for calculating the amount of compensation to be covered.

Such a circumstance will be recorded in the corresponding National Register.

Article 75.- The Police Institutions, for the best performance of their objectives, will develop, at least, the following functions:

I. Research, which will be in charge of research through systems approved collection, classification, recording, analysis, evaluation and exploitation of information;

II. Prevention, which will be in charge of preventing the commission of crimes and violations administrative, carry out the inspection, surveillance and road activities in his/her constituency, and

III. Reaction, which will be in charge of ensuring, maintaining and restoring order and public peace.

Article 76.- The police units responsible for the scientific investigation of the crimes will be located in the organic structure of the institutions of the Prosecution of Justice, or, in the Police Institutions, or both, in which case they shall be coordinated in the terms of this Law and other applicable provisions for the performance of those functions.

The ministerial police officers located within the organic structure of the Institutions of the Attorney General's Office shall be subject to the provisions of this Title, (a) the application of the rules, supervision and operation of the procedures relating to police development shall be carried out by those institutions.

Article 77.- The laws of the Federation, the Federal District and the States shall establish the functions to be performed by the operational units of investigation. which may be, inter alia, the following:

I. Receiving complaints about facts that can be constitutive of crimes, only where, due to the circumstances of the case, they cannot be directly addressed to the Public Ministry, to which they must immediately report, as well as to the measures taken and shall cease to act when it is determined by it;

II. You must verify the information of the complaints that are presented to you when they are not clear enough or the source is not identified, and shall inform the Public Ministry so that, where appropriate, it shall be legally processed or disposed of;

III. Practice the necessary steps to allow the clarification of the crimes and the identity of the probable perpetrators, in compliance with the mandates of the Public Ministry;

IV. Make the arrests in the cases of Article 16 of the Constitution the United Mexican States;

V. Participate in the investigation of crimes, in the detention of persons and in the insurance of property that the Public Ministry considers to be related to criminal acts, observing the applicable constitutional and legal provisions;

VI. Register immediately the stop in terms of the applicable provisions, so how to forward information to the Public Ministry without delay and by any means;

VII. Make available to the competent authorities, without delay, to the persons detained and the goods in their custody, observing at all times compliance with the established constitutional and legal deadlines;

VIII. Preserve the place of the facts and the integrity of the indicia, traces or vestiges of the criminal act, as well as the instruments, objects or products of the crime. The Police units empowered to process the place of the facts shall fix, indicate, lift, pack and deliver the physical evidence to the Public Ministry, in accordance with the instructions of the Public Ministry and in terms of the provisions applicable.

IX. Propose to the Public Ministry that it requires the competent authorities, reports and documents for the purpose of the investigation, in the case of those who can only apply through the investigation;

X. Let's know each of your actions, as well as bring a control and monitoring of these. During the course of the investigation, they will have to produce reports on the development of the same, and render them to the Public Ministry, without prejudice to the reports required;

XI. Issue reports, police parties, and other documents that are generated, with the Background requirements and form to set out the applicable provisions, for this purpose, may be supported in the knowledge that is necessary;

XII. Provide care for victims, offended or witnesses of crime; for this purpose must:

a) Provide immediate protection and assistance, in accordance with legal provisions applicable;

b) Seek to receive medical and psychological care when necessary;

c) Adopt measures deemed necessary to prevent them from getting into danger of their physical and psychological integrity, in the field of their competence;

d) Preserve the evidence and evidence that the victim and offended provide in the the moment of the police intervention and send them immediately to the Public Ministry responsible for the matter so that it agrees to conduct it, and

e) Ensure that they can carry out the identification of the imputed without risk them.

XIII. Give compliance to arrest warrants and other ministerial mandates and jurisdictional that you have knowledge on the basis of your functions, and

XIV. The others that trust the applicable provisions.

CHAPTER II

From the Police and Profession Career

Article 78.- The Police Race is the mandatory and permanent system, according to which the guidelines defining the procedures are established. recruitment, selection, entry, training, certification, permanence, evaluation, promotion and recognition, as well as the separation or reduction of the service of members of the Police Institutions.

Article 79.- The purposes of the Police Race are:

I. Ensuring institutional development and ensuring stability in employment, with a proportional and equitable scheme of remuneration and benefits for members of the Police Institutions;

II. Promoting accountability, honesty, diligence, efficiency and effectiveness in the performance of the tasks and the optimal use of the resources of the institutions;

III. Promoting the vocation of service and the sense of belonging through motivation and the establishment of an appropriate system of promotions to meet the expectations of professional development and recognition of the members of the Police Institutions;

IV. Instrumentation and drive the training and permanent professionalization of the Members of the Police Institutions to ensure institutional loyalty in the provision of services, and

V. Others who establish the provisions deriving from this Law.

Article 80.- The laws of the Federation, the Federal District and the States shall establish the hierarchical organization of the Police Institutions, considering at least the following categories:

I. Commissioners;

II. Inspectors;

III. Officers, and

IV. Basic Scale.

Ministerial police shall establish at least hierarchical levels equivalent to the first three fractions of this Article, with the respective categories, according to the police model provided for in this Law.

Article 81.- The categories provided in the previous article will consider at least the following hierarchies:

I. Commissioners:

a) Commissioner General;

b) Chief Commissioner, and

c) Commissioner.

II. Inspectors:

a) Inspector General;

b) Chief Inspector, and

c) Inspector.

III. Officers:

a) Subinspector;

b) Official, and

c) Subofficial.

IV. Basic Scale:

a) Police First;

b) Police Second;

c) Police Third, and

d) Police.

Article 82.- The Police Institutions will be organized under a tertiary hierarchy scheme, whose basic cell will invariably be composed of three elements.

Based on the hierarchical categories mentioned in the preceding article, the holders of the municipal institutions shall at least cover the command corresponding to the fifth ascending level of organization in the hierarchy.

State institutions and the Federal District must satisfy at least the command corresponding to the eighth grade of hierarchical organization.

The holders of the hierarchical categories will be empowered to exercise authority and police command in the various charges or commissions.

Article 83.- The order of the hierarchical categories and degrees of the staff of the institutions in relation to the operational and service areas shall be:

I. For operational areas, police to Commissioner General, and

II. For services, from police to Chief Commissioner.

Article 84.- The remuneration of members of the Police Institutions shall be in accordance with the quality and risk of the functions in their ranks and positions as well as on the missions which they comply with, which may not be diminished during the performance of their duties and must ensure a dignified retirement system.

In the same way, insurance systems will be established for the family members of the police, who contemplate the death and the total or permanent disability in the compliance with their functions.

For such purposes, the Federation, the Federative Entities and the municipalities must promote in the field of their respective competences, the legal and respective budget, in the different areas of competence.

Article 85.- The Police Race comprises the police grade, the age, the badges, decorations, stimuli and acknowledgments obtained, the result of the promotion processes, as well as the recording of the disciplinary corrections and penalties which, where appropriate, has accumulated the member. It shall be governed by the following minimum standards:

I. The Police Institutions should consult the background of any applicant in the National Register before their entry into the Register is authorized;

II. All aspirant must process, obtain and keep updated the Single Certificate Police, who will issue the respective trust control centre;

III. No person will be able to enter the Police Institutions if they have not been duly certified and registered with the System;

IV. They will only enter and remain in the Police Institutions, those aspirants and members to be cured and approved of training, training and professionalisation programmes;

V. The permanence of the members in the Police Institutions is conditioned compliance with the requirements to be determined by the Law;

VI. The merits of the members of the Police Institutions will be evaluated by the instances in charge of determining the promotions and verifying that the permanence requirements, as outlined in the respective laws, are met;

VII. For the promotion of members of the Police Institutions, they must be consider, at least, the results obtained in the professionalization programs, the merits demonstrated in the performance of their functions and their leadership and leadership skills;

VIII. A stimulus and social security scheme will be determined for the functions of the members of the Police Institutions;

IX. Members may be changed from membership, based on the needs of the service;

X. The change from one member from one operational area to another from a different craft, only may be authorized by the instance that points to the law of the matter, and

XI. The instances will establish procedures for each of the stages of The Police Race.

The Police Race is independent of appointments to perform administrative or managerial positions that the member will be able to perform in the Institutions Police. In no case will there be any immobility in administrative and management charges.

In terms of the applicable provisions, the holders of the Police Institutions may designate the members in administrative or management positions of the the organizational structure of the institutions in charge; they may also be able to relieve them freely, respecting their police degree and the rights inherent in the Police Race.

Article 86.- The selection is the process of choosing, from among the candidates who have approved the recruitment, to those who cover the profile and the training required to enter the Police Institutions.

This process comprises the period of training courses or training and concludes with the resolution of the instances provided for in the law on applicants accepted.

Article 87.- The entry is the procedure for the integration of the candidates to the institutional structure and will have verification at the end of the training stage initial training or training at the Police Training Academies or Institutes, the relevant period of practice, and demonstrate compliance with the requirements set out in this Law.

Article 88.- Permanence is the result of consistent compliance with the requirements set forth in this Law to continue in the active service of the Police Institutions. They are entry and stay requirements in the Police Institutions, the following:

A.        Of Income:

I. Being a Mexican citizen by birth in full exercise of your political rights and civilians, without having any other nationality;

II. Being of notorious good conduct, not having been convicted of irrevocable sentence for Criminal offence, or being subject to criminal proceedings;

III. Where appropriate, have the National Military Service accredited;

IV. Credit that has concluded, at least, the following studies:

a) In the case of aspiring research areas, higher education or equivalent;

b) Dealing with aspiring areas of prevention, higher education, or equivalent;

c) In case of aspirants to the areas of reaction, the studies corresponding to the basic teaching;

V. Approve entry contest and training courses;

VI. Count on age requirements and physical, medical, and personality profile require the applicable provisions;

VII. Approve the trust control assessment processes;

VIII. Refrain from consuming psychotropic, narcotic or other substances that produce similar effects;

IX. Don't have alcoholism;

X. Test for the absence of alcoholism or non-use of substances psychotropic, narcotic or other that produce similar effects;

XI. Not being suspended or disabled, or being dismissed by firm resolution as public server;

XII. Meet the duties set forth in this Law, and other provisions deriving from the same;

XIII. Others who establish other applicable legal provisions.

B.        To Stay:

I. Being of notorious good conduct, not having been convicted of irrevocable sentence for Intentional crime;

II. Keep your Single Police Certificate up to date;

III. Do not exceed the maximum retirement age to set applicable provisions;

IV. Credit that has concluded, at least, the following studies:

a) In the case of members of the research areas, higher education, equivalent or by performance type-approval, from the baccalaureate;

b) Dealing with members of the areas of prevention, higher education, or equivalent;

c) In case of members of the reaction areas, the studies corresponding to the basic teaching;

V. Approve training, training, and professionalization courses;

VI. Approve trust control assessment processes;

VII. Approve performance evaluations;

VIII. Participate in the promotion or promotion processes that are called, according to the applicable provisions;

IX. Refrain from consuming psychotropic, narcotic or other substances that produce similar effects;

X. Don't have alcoholism;

XI. Test for the absence of alcoholism;

XII. Submit tests to check the non-use of psychotropic substances, Narcotic drugs or other similar effects;

XIII. Not being suspended or disabled, or being dismissed by firm resolution as public server;

XIV. Not absent from the service without cause, for a period of three days consecutive or five days within a period of thirty days, and

XV. Other than set applicable legal provisions.

Article 89.- The responsible authorities of the Police Career Service will promote the vocation of service through the promotion and permanence of the institutions Police to meet the expectations of professional development of their members.

Article 90.- The stimulus regime is the mechanism by which the Police Institutions grant public recognition to their members for acts of meritorious service or its exemplary trajectory, in order to promote the quality and effectiveness of the service's performance, to increase the possibilities for the promotion and development of the members, as well as to strengthen their institutional identity.

Any stimulus granted by the institutions will be accompanied by a record showing the grant of the same, which must be integrated into the element and where applicable, with the approval of the corresponding decoration or distinguishing mark.

Article 91.- The promotion is the act by which the members of the Police Institutions are given the immediate higher grade than they are, within the hierarchical order provided for in the applicable legal provisions.

Promotions may only be conferred on the basis of applicable normativity and where there is a vacancy for the immediate upper hierarchical category corresponding to their degree.

To the staff who are promoted, you will be ratified your new hierarchical category by issuing the corresponding degree of constancy.

To occupy a degree within the Police Institutions, the requirements set forth by this Law and applicable regulations must be met.

Article 92.- It is considered a scale of police ranks to the relationship that contains all the members of the Police Institutions and orders them in form descending according to its category, hierarchy, division, service, seniority and other relevant elements.

Article 93.- The laws of the Federation, the Federal District, and the states shall establish that seniority shall be classified and computed for each of the members of the Police Institutions, as follows:

I. Antiquity on the Service, from the date of your entry into the Institutions Police, and

II. Antiquity to the degree, as of the date noted in the constancy or patent of corresponding grade.

Age will count to the time this quality must be determined for the effects of the Police Race.

Article 94.- The termination of a member's service is the termination of his appointment or the cessation of his legal effects by the following causes:

I. Separation, for non-compliance with any of the permanence requirements, or when in the promotion processes the following circumstances are present:

a) If you have been called to three consecutive promotion processes without participated in the same, or that having participated in such processes, would not have obtained the immediate superior degree that would correspond to him for reasons imputable to him;

b) You have reached the maximum age for your hierarchy, according to set out in the applicable provisions, and

c) That the member's file does not give sufficient merit to the judgment of the Commissions to preserve their permanence.

II. Emotion, for incurring responsibility in the performance of their duties or failure of his duties, in accordance with the provisions relating to the disciplinary system, or

III.     Low, by:

a) Renunciation;

b) Permanent death or disability, or

c) Retirement or Retirement.

At the end of the service the member must deliver to the designated official for this purpose all information, documentation, equipment, materials, identifications, securities or other resources that have been placed under their responsibility or custody through the receipt of the receipt.

Article 95.- The members of the Police Institutions who have reached the age limit for the stay, provided for in the provisions governing them, may be relocated, for instance, in other areas of the services of the institutions themselves.

Article 96.- Certification is the process by which members of the Police Institutions are subject to established periodic evaluations. by the corresponding Trust Control Center, to check the compliance of personality, ethical, socioeconomic and medical profiles, in procedures for admission, promotion and permanence.

Police Institutions will only hire staff who have the certification requirement issued by their respective trust control center.

This provision will also apply to the staff of the migration services.

Article 97.- The certification is intended to:

A.- Recognising skills, skills, attitudes, general and specific skills to perform their duties, in accordance with the profiles approved by the National Council;

B.- Identify risk factors that interfere, impact, or endanger the performance of police functions, in order to guarantee the quality of services, focusing on the following aspects of the members of the Police Institutions:

I. Compliance with age requirements and physical, medical, and personality profile require the applicable provisions;

II. Observance of justified patrimonial development, in which its discharges keep adequate proportion to their income;

III. Absence of alcoholism or the non-use of psychotropic substances, narcotic drugs, or other which have similar effects;

IV. Absence of links to criminal organizations;

V.     Notorious good conduct, not having been convicted of an irrevocable sentence for criminal offence, nor being subject to criminal proceedings and not being suspended or disabled, nor having been dismissed by firm resolution as a public servant, and

VI.    Compliance with the duties set out in this Act.

Article 98.- Profession is the permanent and progressive process of training that is integrated by the stages of initial training, updating, promotion, specialization and senior management, in order to maximize the competencies, skills and abilities of the members of the Police Institutions.

The study plans for the Profession will be integrated by the set of structured content in teaching learning units that will be included in the governing program to be approved by the Conference of Secretaries of Public Security, on the proposal of its President.

CHAPTER III

Of The Disciplinary Regime

Article 99.- The actions of the Members of the Police Institutions shall be governed by the principles laid down in Articles 21 of the Political Constitution. of the United Mexican States and 6 of this Law.

The laws of the Federation, the Federal District and the States shall establish their disciplinary regimes, on the basis of the minimum bases provided for in the present chapter.

The discipline understands the appreciation of self, the pulchiness, the good manners, the rejection of the vices, the punctuality in the service, the accuracy in obedience, the scrupulous respect for laws and regulations, as well as human rights.

The discipline is the basis for the operation and organization of the Police Institutions, so their Integrants will have to hold their conduct to the observance of the laws, orders and hierarchies, as well as obedience and the high concept of honor, justice and ethics.

The discipline demands respect and mutual consideration between the one who holds a command and his subordinates.

Article 100.- The Police Institutions will require the most strict compliance of their members, in order to safeguard integrity and rights. of people, prevent the commission of crimes, and preserve civil liberties, order and peace.

Article 101.- The disciplinary regime shall be in accordance with the principles laid down in the Federal Constitution, this Law and the applicable legal systems and regulations. include the duties, disciplinary corrections, penalties and procedures for its implementation.

Article 102.- The members of the Police Institutions shall observe the obligations laid down in Articles 40 and 41 of this Law, regardless of their organic attachment.

Article 103.- The application of the penalties must be recorded in the personal file of the offender.

The imposition of the penalties to be determined by the authorities concerned shall be made regardless of whether they correspond to civil, criminal or criminal liability. administrative, in which the members of the Police Institutions are involved in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Article 104.- The procedure before the authorities provided for in the laws of the matter, shall start upon the founded and reasoned request of the holder of the unit in charge of the cases, addressed to the holder or president of the relevant instance, referring to that effect the case of the alleged infringer.

The procedures referred to in the preceding paragraph must be strictly adhered to to the applicable legal provisions and shall be observed at all times. essential formalities of the procedure.

Article 105.- The Federation, the Federative Entities and the municipalities shall establish collegiate bodies in which they participate, if any, at least, representatives of the operational units of research, prevention and reaction of the Police Institutions, in order to know and resolve, in their respective fields of competence, any controversy that arises in relation to the procedures of the Police Career and Disciplinary Regime.

To this end, the Police Institutions will be able to constitute their respective commissions of the professional service of police and honor and justice career, which will carry a record of data of the members of their institutions. This data will be incorporated into the Public Security personnel databases.

In the institutions of Attorney General's Office, equivalent bodies will be integrated, involving representatives of the ministerial police.

TITLE SIXTH

OF THE NATIONAL TRUST AND TRUST CONTROL SYSTEM

Article 106.- The national accreditation and trust control system conforms to the instances, organs, instruments, policies, actions and services provided for in this Law, with a view to meeting the objectives and objectives of the evaluation and certification of the members of the Public Security Institutions.

They integrate this system: The National Certification and Accreditation Center, as well as the centers of evaluation and trust control of the institutions of Justice and Police Institutions of the Federation and federal entities.

Article 107.- Certificates issued by the Public Security Institutions or Private Institutions ' Centers for Trust Assessment and Control, only will be valid if the Central Bank is accredited by the National Certification and Accreditation Center, in respect of its processes and personnel, during the validity of the regulation issued by the Federal Executive.

When in the certification processes in charge of the Centers for Evaluation and Trust Control of the Public Security Institutions, institutions Private, these must have the current accreditation of the National Certification and Accreditation Center. Otherwise, the process will lack validity.

Article 108.- The National Accreditation and Trust Control Centers will apply the assessments referred to in this Law, both in the selection process applicants, as in the assessment for the permanence, development and promotion of the Members of the Public Security Institutions; for this purpose, they will have the following powers:

I.        Apply the Assessment and Trust Control procedures according to the criteria issued by the National Certification and Accreditation Center;

II.       Propose guidelines for the verification and certification control of Public Servers;

III.     Propose guidelines for the application of medical, toxicological, psychological, polygraphic, socioeconomic and other necessary tests to be considered in accordance with applicable regulations;

IV.      Establish a registry and control system, which allows preserving the confidentiality and protection of files;

V.        Verify compliance with medical, ethical and personality profiles;

VI.      Check the levels of education of the Members of the Public Security Institutions;

VII.     Apply the Public Servants certification procedure, approved by the National Certification and Accreditation Center;

VIII.   Issue and update Certificates in accordance with the formats authorized by the National Certification and Accreditation Center;

IX.      Report to the competent authorities on the results of the assessments they practice;

X.        Request the individual monitoring of the Members of the Public Safety Institutions evaluated, in which risk factors that interfere or risk the performance of their functions are identified;

XI.      Detect opportunity areas to establish prevention and care programs to address the identified problem;

XII.     Provide the institutions, advice and technical support that they require about information about their competence;

XIII.   Provide the competent authorities with the information contained in the files of members of the Public Security Institutions and which are required in administrative or judicial processes, with the reservations provided for in the laws applicable;

XIV.    Draw up the results reports for the acceptance or rejection of the applicants to the Public Security Institutions, and

XV.      The others who establish the applicable legal provisions.

The Federation, the States, the Federal District and the Municipalities will implement registration and follow-up measures for those who are separated from the service for not obtaining the certificate referred to in this Act.

TITLE SEVENTH

FOR PUBLIC SECURITY INFORMATION

ONLY CHAPTER

Article 109.- The Federation, the States, the Federal District and the municipalities, will supply, exchange, systematize, consult, analyze, and update, the information that is generated daily on Public Security through the respective technological systems and instruments.

The President of the National Council will dictate the necessary measures, in addition to those already provided for in the Law, for the integration and preservation of the information administered and systematised by means of information on Public Safety.

The Institutions of Justice will have access to the information contained in the criminal databases and personnel, in the field of their function of investigation and prosecution of the offences.

Information on the administration of justice may be integrated into the criminal databases and personnel, through agreements with the judicial branch of the Federation and the High Courts of Justice of the three orders of government, in their respective areas of competence and with strict adherence to the applicable legal provisions.

Access to the databases of the system will be conditional upon compliance with this Law, the general agreements, the conventions and other provisions of the Law itself. emanen.

Article 110.- Members of the System are required to share information about Public Security on their databases, with those of the National Information Center, in the terms of the applicable regulations.

The information contained in the national public security information system databases may be certified by the respective authority and will have the evidentiary value to be determined by the legal provisions.

Article 111.- The Federation, the States, the Federal District and the Municipalities, will perform the work to achieve the compatibility of the telecommunications of its corresponding Local Network, with the criminal databases and personnel of the System, provided for in this Law.

The emergency call service and the anonymous reporting service will operate with a unique number of citizens ' attention. The Executive Secretary shall take the necessary measures for the approval of the services.

FIRST SECTION

From The Administrative Record Of Detentions

Article 112.- Police officers who make arrests must immediately give administrative notice to the National Information Center, the detention, through the Approved Police Report.

Article 113.- The administrative record of the stop must contain at least the following data:

I.        Name and, if applicable, nickname for the stopped;

II.       Physical description of the stopped;

III.     Reason, general circumstances, place, and time when the stop was practiced;

IV.      The name of who or those who have intervened in the detention. In your case, range and area of attachment, and

V. Place where the detainee will be moved.

Article 114.- The Attorney General's Office shall update the information relating to the registration, as soon as it receives its disposition to the detainee, collecting the following:

I.        Home, date of birth, marital status, degree of study and occupation or occupation;

II.       Single Key of Population Registration;

III.     The ethnic group to which you belong;

IV.      Description of the physical state of the stopped;

V.        Fingerprints;

VI.      anthropometric identification, and

VII.     Other means to enable the identification of the individual;

The Public Ministry and the police shall inform the person requesting the arrest of a person and, where appropriate, the authority at whose disposal it is located.

The National Conference of Attorney General of Justice will issue the necessary provisions to regulate the technological devices to generate, send, receive, consult or archive all the information referred to in this Article, which may cover images, sounds and video in electronic, optical or any other technology.

Article 115.- The information captured in the Administrative Record of Detentions will be confidential and reserved. Information contained in the registry can only be accessed:

I.        The competent authorities in matters of investigation and prosecution of the crime, for the purposes that are foreseen in the applicable legal systems, and

II.       The likely responsible persons, strictly for the rectification of their personal data and to request that the result of the criminal procedure be settled in the same way, in terms of the applicable legal provisions.

Under no circumstances may any information contained in the Register be provided to third parties. The Registry may not be used as a basis of discrimination, violation of the dignity, privacy, privacy or honor of any person.

To the public server that breaks the reservation of the Registry or provides information about it, it will be subject to the procedure of administrative responsibility or criminal, as appropriate.

Article 116.- Public Security Institutions shall be responsible for the administration, saving and custody of the data in this registry; violation shall be sanctioned in accordance with the provisions laid down in the applicable criminal law.

SECTION SECOND

Of The Single Criminal Information System

Article 117.- The Federation, States, Federal District and Municipalities will be responsible for integrating and updating the single information system " criminal, with the information generated by the Institutions of Justice and Police Institutions, which helps to safeguard the integrity and rights of individuals, as well as to preserve civil liberties, order and peace, through the prevention, prosecution and punishment of offences and offences; as the social reinsertion of the offender and the teenager.

Article 118.- Within the single criminal information system a national database of mandatory query data will be integrated into the Security activities Public, on persons indexed, processed or sentenced, where their criminal profile, means of identification, resources and modes of operation are included.

This national database will be updated permanently and will be in accordance with the information provided by the Public Security Institutions, concerning the investigations, criminal proceedings, arrest and arrest warrants, criminal proceedings, sentences or execution of sentences.

Article 119.- The Attorney General's Office may reserve the information that puts at risk some research, according to the applicable provisions, but shall provide it to the single criminal information system immediately after such a condition ceases to exist.

Article 120.- The National Penitentiary Information System is the database that, within the single criminal information system, contains, manages and controls the records of the penitentiary population of the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities in their respective areas of competence.

Article 121.- The database must at least count on the report of each internal's personal identification card with photography, owing to add the interdisciplinary technical studies, data from the criminal proceedings and other information necessary for the integration of such a system.

SECTION THIRD

From The National Public Security Personnel Registry

Article 122.- The National Register of Public Safety Personnel, as agreed by the National Attorney General and Secretaries of Justice Public Security shall contain the updated information concerning the members of the institutions of the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the Municipalities, which shall contain at least:

I.        The data to identify fully and locate the public server, its fingerprints, photography, education and background in the service, as well as its trajectory in public safety;

II.       The stimuli, acknowledgements and penalties to which the public servant has been granted, and

III.     Any changes to the public server's attachment, activity, or range, as well as the reasons that prompted it.

When members of the Public Security Institutions are given any processing order, conviction or absolute sentence, administrative sanction or a resolution modifying, confirming or revoking such acts shall be notified immediately to the Registry.

Article 123.- The competent authorities of the Federation, Federal District, States and municipalities will register and keep updated permanently in the Register the data relating to the members of the Public Security Institutions, in the terms of this Law.

For the purposes of this Law, they are considered to be members of the Public Security Institutions, to whom they have an equivalent appointment or legal status, granted by competent authority.

The breach of this provision will be sanctioned in terms of this Act.

SECTION FOURTH

From The National Armament and Equipment Registry.

Article 124.- In addition to complying with the provisions contained in other laws, the competent authorities of the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the municipalities will manifest and will keep the National Armament and Equipment Registry permanently updated, which will include:

I.        The vehicles assigned to them, with the registration number, the number plates, the marking, the model, the type, the serial number and the engine for the vehicle registration, and

II.       The weapons and ammunition that have been authorized by the competent agencies, providing the registration number, the mark, model, caliber, registration number and other identification elements.

Article 125.- Any person exercising Public Security functions may only carry the weapons of charge that have been authorized to him individually. or those that have been assigned to it in particular and are registered collectively for the Public Security Institution to which it belongs, in accordance with the Federal Law on Firearms and Explosives.

Public Security institutions will maintain a record of the ballistic footprint identification elements of the weapons assigned to the public servants of the public security institutions. This footprint must be recorded in a System database.

Article 126.- In the event that members of the Public Security Institutions secure weapons or ammunition, they shall immediately notify the Registry of the National of Armament and Equipment and shall make them available to the competent authorities, in the terms of the applicable rules.

Article 127.- Failure to comply with the provisions of this section will result in the carrying or possession of weapons being deemed illegal and sanctioned. in the terms of the applicable rules.

TITLE EIGHTH

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

ONLY CHAPTER

Population Care Services

Article 128.- The National Center for Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation will establish effective mechanisms for society to participate in monitoring, assessment and supervision of the System, in the terms of this law and other applicable ordinances.

This participation will be carried out in collaboration and co-responsibility with the authorities, through:

I.        The community, whether or not you have organizational structure, and

II.       Organised civil society.

Article 129.- The National Center for the Prevention of Crime and Citizen Participation will promote the actions necessary for the Federation, the States, the Federal District and municipalities, establish a service for the location of people and property, which promotes collaboration and citizen participation.

In the case of child abduction, alert systems and immediate action protocols for their search and location should be implemented, in which they assist with the members of the system, the emergency corporations, the media, telecommunications service providers, non-governmental organizations and the general public.

Article 130.- The National Center for Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation will promote the Federation, the States, the Federal District and the municipalities establish a communication service that receives community reports, about emergencies, faults, and crimes that they are aware of.

The service will have direct communication with the Public Safety, Health, Civil Protection and other public and private health care institutions.

Article 131.- To improve the Public Security service, the coordination instances that this Act provides will promote community participation in the through the following actions:

I.        Participate in the evaluation of public security policies and institutions.

II.       To discuss policies on Public Security;

III.     Suggest specific measures and concrete actions for this function;

IV.      Perform follow-up tasks;

V.        Propose recognition by merit or stimulus for the Integrants of the Institutions;

VI.      Make complaints or complaints about irregularities, and

VII.     Auxiliary the competent authorities in the exercise of their duties and participate in activities that are not confidential or put at risk the good performance in the role of Public Security.

Article 132.- The National Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation Center will promote the Public Safety Institutions to have a community consultation and participation entity, to achieve the purposes of the previous article.

Citizen participation in the evaluation of policies and institutions will be subject to the indicators previously established with the authority on the Topics:

I. The performance of its members;

II. The service provided, and

III. The impact of public policies on crime prevention.

The results of the studies must be delivered to the Public Security Institutions, as well as to the System Councils, as appropriate. These studies will serve to formulate public policies in this field.

Article 133.- The National Information Center must provide the necessary and necessary information for the development of activities in the field of citizen participation. Information that puts public or personal security at risk cannot be provided.

Article 134.- The laws of the Federation, the Federal District and the states will establish public policies for the victim's attention, which they will have to provide, to the less the following items:

I. Attention to the complaint promptly and expeditiously;

II. Specialized legal, medical and psychological care;

III. Victim protection measures, and

IV. Other, in the terms of Article 20 of the Political Constitution of the States United Mexicans.

TITLE NINTH

RESPONSIBILITIES OF PUBLIC SERVANTS

CHAPTER I

General Provisions

Article 135.- The administrative, civil, and criminal responsibilities of federal, local, and municipal public servants for handling or illicit application of the resources provided for in the funds referred to in Article 142 of this Law shall be determined and sanctioned in accordance with the applicable legal provisions and by the competent authorities.

They shall be deemed to be serious violations of the Constitution and the laws of it, the actions or omissions provided for in Article 139, which are carried out in a manner repeated or systematic.

Article 136.- The administrative, civil, and criminal responsibilities of federal, state, and municipal public servants for handling or undue application of the resources of the funds referred to in Article 142 of this Law shall be determined and sanctioned in accordance with the applicable legal provisions and by the competent authorities.

Article 137.- The Federation's High Audit Office will audit federal resources exercised by the Federation, the Federal District, the States and the municipalities in the field of public security, in terms of the applicable provisions.

CHAPTER II

From Crimes Against the Functioning of the National Public Security System

Article 138.- One to four years in prison will be sanctioned and one hundred to six hundred days fine, to whom it is hurt, illicit and repeatedly to abstain from to provide the Executive Secretariat with information that is required in terms of this Law, despite being required by the Executive Secretary, within the time limit provided for in Article 37 of this Law.

Furthermore, removal and disablement shall be imposed for a period equal to that of the penalty imposed to perform in other employment, post, position or commission in any order government.

Article 139.- It will be punishable by two to eight years in prison and five hundred to a thousand days fine, to whom:

I. Please enter the databases of the National Public Security System. provided for in this Law, without having the right to do so or, having it, knowingly enter erroneous information, which damages or claims to damage in any way the information, the databases or the equipment or systems that contain them;

II. illicitly disclose classified information from databases or systems The information referred to in this Law.

III. Register or register in the database of security institution personnel public, provided for in this Law, as a member or member of a Public Security institution of any government order, to a person who does not have the certification required under the Law, or knowing that the certification is illegal, and

IV. appointment of police, public ministry or official expert to person who does not has been certified and registered in the terms of this Law.

If the person responsible is or has been a public servant of the public security institutions, it will impose up to one half more of the corresponding penalty. disqualification for a period equal to that of the prison sentence imposed to serve as a public servant in any government order, and, where applicable, removal.

Article 140.- to twelve years in prison and two hundred to eight hundred days fine, to whom the certificate referred to in the present document is falsified. Law, alter, commercialize or knowingly use your illiteness.

Article 141.- The penalties provided for in this Chapter shall be without prejudice to the penalties for other offences provided for in the orders federal criminal or federal entities, as appropriate.

The authorities of the federal jurisdiction will be competent to know and punish the crimes provided for in this chapter, as the general provisions of the Code Federal Criminal Law, the Federal Code of Criminal Procedures and other legal provisions, in order to ensure that the Federation is the taxable person, in accordance with Article 50, part I, point (e) of the Organic Law of the Judicial Branch of the Federation.

TITLE TENTH

OF FEDERAL AID FUNDS

CHAPTER I

Preliminary Provisions

Article 142.- Federal aid funds for public security as referred to in Article 21 of the Mexican Constitution, make up the resources for public security provided for in the funds provided for in Article 25, fractions IV and VII, of the Fiscal Coordination Law for this purpose. The resources to be programmed, budgeted and provided to the federative entities and municipalities, as well as their exercise, control, surveillance, information, evaluation and oversight, shall be subject to this law and to this Law; may only be intended for the purposes of public security referred to in the said Tax Coordination Act.

The federal funds for public security that will be determined at the national level in the Federation's Government Budget will be distributed on the basis of the criteria approved by the National Council, the federal entities and municipalities to be used exclusively for these purposes.

The corresponding authorities of the federative entities and the municipalities will have to concentrate the resources on a specific account, as well as the yields that generate, in order to identify them and separate them from the rest of the resources that are allocated to public security from their budget.

Likewise, these authorities should report quarterly reports to the Executive Secretariat of the System on the movements that present the specific accounts, the situation in the exercise of the resources, their destination as well as the resources committed, accrued and paid.

Without prejudice to Article 143 of the general or specific conventions, obligations shall be laid down for the federative entities and the municipalities. to strengthen adequate accountability, transparency, oversight and oversight of the resources that are provided, as well as the necessary measures to ensure compliance.

Article 143.- For the purposes of control, surveillance, transparency and supervision of the management of the resources provided for in the preceding article, as well as for determine whether the assumptions referred to in Article 139 are updated, the Executive Secretary is responsible for:

I. Require, interchangeably, the tax and public security authorities, among other, of the federative entities and of the municipalities, reports relating to:

a) The exercise of funds resources and progress towards compliance with the programmes or projects funded by them;

b) The execution of the public security programs of the federal entities derivatives of the National Public Safety Programme;

II. Make, at any time, verification visits and cabinet reviews of the documents, instruments and mechanisms inherent in or relating to the exercise of the resources in the public security institutions of the federative entities and municipalities, in order to verify compliance with the legal provisions and rules applicable, as well as the obligations under his office; the same way, it may require the information it deems necessary to the relevant local authorities or local public security authorities, and

III. Other actions that are necessary to achieve the provisions of this Article.

The Federal Administrative Procedure Law and the Federal Civil Code will be applied in an extra way as provided for in this article.

CHAPTER II

Resource Management Cancellation and Suspension

Article 144.- The plenary of the National Council will resolve the cancellation or suspension of the resources referred to in Article 142 of this Law, to the entities Federal authorities or, where applicable, municipalities, which incur the following:

I. Failure to comply with obligations relating to the provision, exchange and systematization of the information on Public Security, or violate the rules of access and use of the information of the databases provided for in this Law;

II. Failure to comply with procedures and mechanisms for certification of members the Public Security Institutions;

III. Refrain from implementing the national emergency telephone service;

IV. Apply the resources contributed to public security for purposes other than which have the applicable legal provisions;

V. Apply criteria, rules and procedures other than those set by the Center National Certification and Accreditation;

VI. Set and execute a Basic Police Model other than that determined by the Council National;

VII. Set up ministerial and police career services without being subject to the provisions of This Law and the provisions of this Law are provided;

VIII. Refrain from constituting and maintaining in operation the instances, control centers trust and academies referred to in this Law, and

IX. Any non-compliance with the obligations of this Law, affecting the coordination mechanisms in the field of public security.

The cancellation of the ministry of federal resources to the federal entities and municipalities, implies the loss of the same, so they will not have the character of recoverable or accumulative and must, accordingly, remain in the Treasury of the Federation for the corresponding legal effects at the end of the fiscal year, except that in terms of the provisions of the Law of Fiscal Coordination (a) to provide other federal entities or municipalities to carry out the function of public security, without generating the right to receive the resources at a later date.

Article 145.- The procedure to which the visits and revisions referred to in Article 143, fraction II, and the causes of cancellation of the the resources referred to in Article 144 shall be subject to the following

:

I. On the corresponding visit or review order the public server will be flagged the practice, the institution, as well as the period or object to be verified or reviewed;

II. The visit will preferably be practiced in the main offices of the institution or visited dependency; if it is not possible for any cause, it will be carried out in any domicile of the institution itself or dependency or, if necessary, in the facilities of the Executive Secretariat; the servers are obliged public of the institutions or dependencies visited provide all necessary facilities and address the requirements that are addressed to them;

III. In the event of a failure to comply with the obligations arising from the Law, the General agreements or conventions, the Secretariat may decree the provisional suspension of subsequent contributions. The suspension of ministry of funds will remain until the action or omission that gave rise to the non-compliance is clarified or remedied.

The suspension in the granting of the resources does not imply the loss of the same by part of the federative entities or municipalities, so they may clarify or remedy the action or omission that gave rise to the non-compliance, until the resolution declaring the cancellation is issued;

IV. Within a period of no more than fifteen working days, after the termination of the visit, the Executive Secretariat shall submit to the Council the report on compliance or non-compliance with the obligations subject to verification, as well as any information necessary for the purpose;

V. The Secretariat will give views to the visited or revised institution or dependency, for within a period of 20 working days, provide the relevant information to distort the charges which, where appropriate, are made against them;

VI.      After the above deadline, in the event of non-compliance, the Secretariat shall submit to the National Council a draft resolution, containing the conclusions of the visit or review carried out, and

VII. In the draft resolution you will point out whether the institution or dependency reviewed or visited is made accretive to the cancellation of the funds or, where appropriate, that it is necessary to require the restitution of the same;

The National Council will definitively and unassailably resolve the existence of the non-compliance and will determine, where appropriate, the cancellation and, where appropriate, the restitution of the resources, regardless of the responsibilities that other laws establish.

The suspension or cancellation will be given to the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit for the corresponding effects.

When the National Council resolves that it is appropriate to require the restitution of the resources used improperly or unlawfully, the federal entities or, where appropriate, Municipalities shall have a period of 30 calendar days to complete the refund; otherwise, the resources may be deducted from the contributions or contributions corresponding to the following financial year.

Federative entities shall be represented by the holders of the executive powers referred to in Section VII and VIII of Article 12 of this Act, or by who they appoint, without being able to place such representation on a public servant of lower hierarchy than that of the holder of one of the competent secretariats in the respective entity for the application of this Law.

TITLE TENTH FIRST

STRATEGIC INSTALLATIONS

Article 146.- For the purposes of this Law, strategic installations, spaces, buildings, buildings, furniture, equipment and other goods are considered. for the operation, maintenance and operation of the activities considered as strategic by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, as well as those that tend to maintain integrity, stability and permanence of the Mexican State, in terms of the National Security Law.

Article 147.- The Federal District, the States and the Municipalities will assist in the protection and development of the actions necessary for the surveillance of the strategic facilities and to ensure their integrity and operation.

Article 148.- The safeguard of the strategic facilities is carried out by the Federation, which will coordinate with the local and municipal institutions. for the purpose of the territory in the exercise of this function, which shall ensure perimeter security and operational support if necessary.

The Federal Executive will constitute an Inter-Agency Coordination Group for Strategic Facilities, which will issue, through general compliance agreements mandatory, the applicable normativity in the matter.

Article 149. The National Council shall establish, for the purposes of public security, the necessary cases, conditions and requirements for the blocking of cell telephony in the strategic facilities and in the Federal Social Readaptation Centres and the Federative Entities, whatever their name.

The decisions that the National Council will make in this regard must be implemented by the various Public Security Institutions that make up the National Council.

TENTH SECOND TITLE

OF THE PRIVATE SECURITY SERVICES

Article 150.- In addition to complying with the provisions of the Federal Firearms and Explosives Act, individuals providing security services, protection, surveillance or custody of persons, places or establishments, of goods or securities, including their transfer and electronic monitoring; they shall obtain prior authorisation from the Secretariat, where the services comprise two or more entities federative; or administrative authority which establishes local laws, where the services are provided only on the territory of an entity. In the case of the authorization of the Secretariat, the authorized individuals shall also comply with the local regulation, which shall not exceed the requirements laid down in the Federal Private Security Law, in accordance with the provisions of the The ninth paragraph of Article 21 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.

According to the bases that this law provides, the coordination instances will promote that these local laws provide for the requirements and conditions for the provision of the service, the name, the mechanisms for monitoring and the causes and procedures for determining penalties.

Article 151.- Private security services are auxiliary to the Public Security function. Its members shall assist with the authorities and the Public Security Institutions in situations of urgency, disaster or at the request of the competent authority of the Federation, the States, the Federal District and the municipalities, according to to the requirements and conditions to be laid down by the respective authorization.

Article 152.- Individuals who engage in these services, as well as the staff they use, will be governed by the rules that this law and the other applicable to the Public Security Institutions, including the principles of performance and performance and the obligation to provide the data for the registration of its personnel and equipment and, in general, to provide the statistical information and on crime to the National Information Centre.

The legal orders of the federative entities will establish according to the applicable regulations, the obligation of private security companies, so that their personnel are subject to trust assessment and control procedures.

TRANSIENT

FIRST.- This Decree shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation, except as provided for in the Articles The following transient.

SECOND.- The Federal Executive will be within one year of the entry into force of this Decree to create and install the National Center of Certification and Accreditation, which shall accredit the institutions of assessment and trust control of the Public Safety Institutions and their respective assessment processes within a period not more than two years from the entry into operation of the National Centre.

THIRD.- The members of the Public Security Institutions, within twelve months, counted from the entry into force of this Decree, shall obtain certification by the trust assessment and control centers, otherwise they will be separated from the Service. For the purposes of the article in the Fourth Transitional article of the Decree issued by the General Law of the National System of Public Security, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on January 02, 2009, the separation of service shall be updated once the time limit referred to in this Article has expired. The Executive Secretary of the National Public Security System shall report to the Senate of the Republic to report on the progress of the Program within six months of the entry into force of this Decree.

FOURTH.- All members of the Public Security Institutions must have the certificate referred to in Article 21 of the Political Constitution. of the United Mexican States and the General Law of the National System of Public Security, in the terms and deadlines provided for in the previous transitional article. Those who do not obtain the certificate will be separated from the service, observing the provisions of Article 123, Section B, Fraction XIII, of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.

QUINTO.- The career services in the Public Security Institutions as of the date of entry into force of this Decree, must conform to the requirements, criteria and procedures established by the General Law of the National System of Public Safety and State laws, in the relevant branch, within a period not longer than one year.

SIXTH.- The public servants who obtain the certificate and who satisfy the income and permanence requirements set forth in the General System Law National Public Safety and the applicable federal and state laws, shall enter or be approved to the career service, in the ministerial, police and expert branches, as appropriate, in the hierarchy and grade, as well as seniority and rights which are applicable, in accordance with the provisions of This Decree.

SEVENTH.- The references made in this Law to social reinsertion will be understood at the end of the term social rehabilitation, since with this Decree does not enter into force the third paragraph of article 21 constitutional subject to the vacancy provided in the article Fifth Transitional of the Decree by which various provisions of the Political Constitution of the States are reformed and added United Mexicans published in the Official Journal of the Federation on June 18, 2008.

EIGHTH.- The Federal Executive shall issue the regulatory provisions of this Law no longer than eighteen months after the entry into force of this Law. This Decree.

NINTH.- The National Council and the Conferences provided for in this Law shall issue the provisions referred to in the General Law of the National System of Public security, no longer than nine months after the entry into force of this Decree.

DECIMAL.- For the only time, the Executive Secretary will issue the call for the integration of the National Conference of Municipal Public Security, according to the provisions of Article 32 of the General Law of the National Public Security System.

TENTH FIRST.- The human, material and financial resources that the Executive Secretary has in accordance with the abrogated General Law that establishes the National Public Safety System Coordination bases and other applicable legal provisions shall be transferred to the Executive Secretariat provided for in this Law as soon as possible.

The same thing will happen with the business of the Executive Secretary, except that it could cause some damage or damage to the service or the interests of the System.

The rights of the staff of the Executive Secretary who, pursuant to the provisions of this Decree, are transferred, shall be respected in accordance with applicable law.

TENTH SECOND.- The General Law establishing the National Public Security System Coordination Bases is repealed and other provisions are repealed. object to this Law.

TENTH THIRD.- The Federal Government shall make the necessary budgetary forecasts for the fulfilment of the Third Transitional Article of this Law, and to establish a specific budget item in the Federation's Budget for the following financial year for its entry into force.

TENTH ROOM.- The State and Federal District Governments must make the necessary budgetary forecasts for compliance with the Third Article. Transitional of this Law, and establish a specific budget item in their respective budgets for the next fiscal year to their entry into force.

Mexico, D.F., at 11 December 2008.-Sen. Gustavo Enrique Madero Muñoz, President. -Dip. Cesar Horacio Duarte Jaquez, President.-Sen. Renan C. Zoreda Novelo, Secretary.-Dip. José Manuel del Río Virgen, Secretary.-Rubicas."

In compliance with the provisions of Article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for their due publication and observance, I ask for this Decree in the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, at thirty December of two thousand eight.- Felipe de Jesús Calderón Hinojosa.-Heading.-The Secretary of Government, Lic. Fernando Francisco Gomez Mont Urueta.-Heading.