Police shuffled 10 positions and confirm new chief of Dican
SANTO DOMINGO. The Chief of the National Police carried out changes in 10 directorates and command positions in the institution and confirmed Colonel Francisco Bloise Olmeda as the head of the Central Anti-narcotics Directorate (Dican), a position where he was the interim chief. Bloise Olmeda was appointed to head the agency at the end of last December, in substitution of Colonel Carlos Fernandez Valerio, after the scandal surrounding the theft of more than 1000 kg of cocaine which had been confiscated by Dican during a search in October, in the La Isabelita the sector of East Santo Domingo was revealed.
For this case the former director of Dican together with other officers and two prosecutors were indicted and arraigned on charges.
At the same time, the spokesman for the institution, Jacobo Mateo Moquete, defined the changes as “routine processes within the institution,” although the movements include the transfer of the Director of Criminal Intelligence.
Among the appointments, ordered by Major General Manuel Castro Castillo, the chief of the Police, is that of general Eduardo Alberto Then, as the new Southeast Regional director with headquarters in San Pedro de Macoris.
General Then substitutes Brigadier General Boris Goico Campagna, who was sent to be the director of the East Region, headquartered in La Romana, in substitution of Brigadier General Manuel Rodriguez Miranda, who was appointed director of Strategic Planning and Development.
The police chief appointed General Andres Geronimo Sanz Jiminian, as the supervising general of the Jails Under Police Control, replacing Brigadier General Maximo Baez Aybar, who was appointed director of the Police Institute of Higher Studies (IPES), replacing Colonel Julio Cesar Betances Hernandes.
In the meantime, Colonel Paul Cordero Montez de Oca was appointed the director of the Center of Criminal Intelligence (Dintel), replacing Colonel José Antonio Ceballos, who will be the director of the Anti-Gang Center, a position that was carried out by Colonel José D’Oleo, who remained without a position.
Other appointments include that of Colonel Eddy Perez Peralta, as director of the Northwest Region based in Mao, Valverde, in substitution of Colonel René Sanchez Mena, who was appointed director of the Institute of Human Dignity (ADIH). Another appointment was that of Colonel Doctor Ivelisse Delgado Valdez, who was appointed director of the Police Medical and Health Corps, replacing Colonel Doctor Wascar Roa de los Santos.
February 9, 2015
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