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Joint Task Force-West, South Texas Corridor launches “Campaña de Seguridad y Prosperidad” in the Rio Grande Valley

Release Date: 
June 7, 2018

EDINBURG, Texas — Today, the Joint Task Force-West (JTF-W), South Texas Corridor (STC), in collaboration with the Government of Mexico (GoM), initiated the “Campaña de Seguridad y Prosperidad” to enhance security and improve the quality of life along the South Texas Corridor.

The campaign will solidify the coalition of law enforcement agencies, state offices, municipal governments, and private industry working diligently to dismantle criminal organizations.

STC Commander Manuel Padilla, Jr., and Tamaulipas Governor Francisco Garcia Cabeza de Vaca addressed members of the media to inform the community, answer questions, and reveal the campaign’s initial criminal targets.

The public is encouraged to provide any information regarding the targets to the following numbers through the “Se Busca Información” initiative:

United States:

Toll Free: 1-800-863-9382
WhatsApp: 1-956-295-0887


Toll Free: 001-880-863-9382
WhatsApp: 1-956-295-0887

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Last modified: 
February 3, 2021