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Police take almost 30 minutes to respond to a call

QCOSTARICA - The response of the police to a call from La Sabana or some other nearby town in the Mata Redonda district lasts 27 minutes and 57 seconds. If the emergency call is issued from Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, the response takes more than...

Critically ill Covid-19 patients will be transferred to San Jose hospitals by air

QCOSTARICA - The increase in critically ill patients with Covid-19 in communities outside the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM) made it necessary to coordinate more air transfers of these patients to hospitals in San José. In fact, the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) reported that...

Man sentenced to four months in prison for masturbating in front of woman

QCOSTARICA - A man surnamed Ríos was sentenced to four months in prison for masturbating in front of a woman, the Ministry of Public Security (MSP) reported on Monday. The incident occurred on September 12 in Zapote, San José. That day, the victim called police,...

Ministry of Security confirms total clearance of blockades

QCOSTARICA - After 15 days of blockades in many points across the country, for this Thursday, the Ministerio de Seguridad Publica (MSP) - Ministry of Public Security - confirmed the total clearance of highways throughout the country. According to the MSP, the last of the...

People flock to clandestine bars to avoid closings

Public Security Minister Michael Soto assured that they have had multiple reports of clandestine bars operating due to the closure of bars and discos as part of the government's action plan against the affectation by COVID-19. Soto said that the Fuerza Publica (national police) will...

Michael Soto, Security Minister (Designated) Says Murders Aren’t Going To Stop Overnight

Here is a comforting word from the new (to-be) Minister of Security, Michael Soto: murders won't stop overnight. The current deputy director of the Organismo de Investigación Judicial (OIJ), who on May 8, will become the ministro de Seguridad Publica, said he will work with...

Security Ministry Investigating Alleged Coup in Police Force

Q COSTA RICA - The Ministerio de Seguridad Pública (MSP) is investigation the origin of an alleged coup threatening the police force, arising from a disagreement of some unionized police officials with the change in work schedule. "A coup is possible...we are the police...we can...


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