Saturday, February 11, 2012

Guerrero Becomes First Woman Appointed By President Calderón To Head Mexican Federal Police

Maribel Cervantes Guerrero appointed General Commissioner for the Mexican Federal Police by President Calderón.

By H. Nelson Goodson
February 11, 2012

Mexico City - On Friday, the Mexican Secretary of National Security (SSP) announced that Maribel Cervantes Guerrero, 41, was appointed By President Felipe Hinojosa Calderón as the new General Commissioner for the Mexican Federal Police. Guerrero replace Facundo Rosas and became the first woman to head the Federal Police.
Guerrero has a masters in military administration and national security from the the University of Mexican Armed Services and Air Force. She also holds a degree on communication science from la Universidad del Valle de Mexico, according to SSP.
In March, Calderón also appointed the first woman, Marisela Morales as Mexico's Attorney General.

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