The Buenos Aires province Twitter account made a post on Twitter where he claimed that “in 2015 we had no one to call a crime. Today we have the 911. ”
Quickly the sentence was denied, among others by the former Buenos Aires Goberandor Felipe Solá, who started with the number destined to emergencies: “We created it during my management with León Arslanián through Decree 747/2005,” he said.
In 2015 we had no one to call a crime.
Today we have the 911. pic.twitter.com/ujOIqAdDuR — BA Province (@BAProvincia)
May 14, 2019
Filo. News consulted with sources from the Ministry of Security of the province, who explained what happened: “Before 911 reached 3 out of 10 bonaerenses, now reaches 9 out of 10”.
The reality then, as explained from the Ministry of Security that leads Cristian Riton, rather than before ‘ there was ‘ 911, is that increased the number of people who have access to emergency calls.
“The Three emergency call centers (CATE), the bell, La Plata and Mar del Plata, were put to new places. There is new infrastructure and that has increased the number of people who can access the 911. ”