Tulum continues to suffer from insecurity and violence, although the Tulum government has acted. However, hoteliers are shielding themselves with more cameras inside their properties and will implement greater internal security to collaborate with the authorities in identifying a case.
“Disorder does not contribute anything to tourism. Tulum has stood out as a destination, but people choose this place for reasons other than partying and disorder. Our visitors come for rest, for gastronomy, and for watch the most visited archaeological zone in the country,” David Ortiz Mena, president of the Tulum Hotel Association, told Galu.
Likewise, the police will be equipped with bodycams and will collaborate with tactical equipment. With these measures, the hoteliers have asked the authorities of Tulum and Riviera Maya to see the positive results with these actions, in addition to having a longer surveillance schedule, order in the police corporation, as well as coordination with the government authorities.
As reported by REPORTUR.mx, with the arrival of the Spring break season, the governor of Quintana Roo, Mara Lezama, recently announced the security operation that will be deployed throughout the Mexican Caribbean, called “Red Circle”, to control bars and discotheques, which will be activated every day from 10 at night.
Likewise, the destinations of the state will have Immediate Attention Centers (CAIS) and tents that will review the closed-circuit video cameras, as reported by NotiCaribe.