FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 9, 2018
DOŃA ANA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO HOST SOUTHWESTERN BORDER AND TEXAS BORDER SHERIFF’S COALITION
Doña Ana County Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” Vigil and DASO will host the Southwestern Border Sheriff’s Coalition and Texas Border Sheriff’s Coalition annual meeting. Sheriff’s agencies representing the four Southern Border States will be present in Doña Ana County through Wednesday to participate in the annual meeting. A total of 31 counties lie along the 1,989 miles of border between the United States and Mexico.
During the three day event the Sheriff’s Coalition will conduct certified training. There will be several guest speakers from various law enforcement agencies, including the high ranking counterparts from Mexican law enforcement agencies, including the Mexican Consulate General’s Office.
“As a Board Member I worked to bring our annual meeting to Doña Ana County,” said Vigil. “I want other Sheriff’s departments to experience our New Mexican culture and embrace a working relationship we have developed with the Mexican Government. I am hopeful all will extend a hand to our Mexican counterparts to help improve community policing along the border.”
The Southwestern Border Sheriff’s Coalition is a charitable organization whose mission is to insure the safety and security of the Southwestern Border of...