TULUM, México – In a bold move aimed at fortifying the ranks of the Tulum Municipality’s law enforcement, a fresh recruitment drive has been announced by Antonio Miranda Miranda, the head of the Office of the Mayor. The forthcoming initiative seeks to enlist a contingent of 15 to 20 new police officers under the aegis of the Secretariat of Public Security and Citizen Protection of Tulum, signaling a resolute commitment to bolstering safety measures within the ninth municipality.
Antonio Miranda Miranda, an esteemed figure within the municipal administration, elucidated that these prospective additions, contingent upon successfully navigating rigorous evaluation protocols, are poised to augment the police force’s capabilities in safeguarding the community. Eagerly anticipating a substantial influx of aspirants, he underscored the indispensable prerequisites that potential recruits must satisfy before proceeding to the subsequent phases of training, culminating in a stringent assessment of competence and trustworthiness—an imperative threshold for induction into the esteemed echelons of the Secretariat of Public Security and Citizen Protection of Tulum.
Echoing the tenets of transparency and integrity, the chief municipal officer affirmed that the hiring process will adhere unfailingly to the exacting standards mandated by both national and state legislations governing Public Security. These statutory provisions stand as vigilant sentinels, guarding against any semblance of compromise or irregularity.
Prospective candidates are cordially invited to present themselves directly at the police headquarters, conveniently located at kilometer 1.5 along the Tulum-Boca Paila highway. Prerequisites for consideration encompass a minimum of a high school diploma or its equivalent (for both genders), a duly discharged military service record for male applicants, an age range of 18 to 35 years, and an immaculate legal record—devoid of any criminal antecedents.
Furthermore, applicants are enjoined to furnish an array of documents underscoring their suitability for the venerated role: a certificate of non-disqualification, letters of commendation, a unique identification number, an up-to-date voter’s identification card, proof of higher secondary education completion, a comprehensive curriculum vitae, and a bona fide medical certificate.
This call for additional personnel comes against the backdrop of the prevailing force composition within the Secretariat of Public Security and Citizen Protection of Tulum, wherein a total of 222 officers currently serve. Gender-inclusive, the force comprises 173 male officers and 49 female officers—a testament to the progressive strides in fostering gender parity within the law enforcement realm.
In an era fraught with evolving challenges and complexities, the prudent expansion of security forces stands as a tangible manifestation of a commitment to fortifying the foundations of community safety. As Tulum marches steadfastly towards a future ensconced in tranquility and well-being, the recruitment campaign casts an optimistic light on the trajectory of a municipality poised for enduring success.