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The Carabineros launched a new High Command and retired to five generals

On this Thursday night, The Carabineros makes official conformations what will be New High Command institution for 2019, which will accompany and advise the newly appointed general director Mario Rozas.

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This change is given as part of the process of restructuring the police entity, After the complex crisis that occurred this year as a result of events such as Operation Hurricane and, in particular, the death of members of the Mapuche Camilo Catrillanca community during police operations.

On this occasion six generals were promoted to general inspectors, 19 colonels were promoted to generals and 5 generals were called to retreat.

Among the new names consisting of the High Command are two women: the Colonel Berta Robles Fernández, responsible for the Family Protection and Prevention Area and will now become public, so too General Pamela Olivares, who will be the director of Wellness.

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Conformation of high orders is as follows:

They appointed general inspectors

  • Diego Olate Pinares, deputy director general.
  • Ricardo Yáñez Reveco, Director of National Order and Security.
  • Mauricio González Marín, Director of National Personnel.
  • Jorge Valenzuela Hernández, National Director of Support for Police Operations.
  • Gonzalo del Alcazar Sandovar, General Financial Supervisor.
  • Mauricio Rodríguez Rodríguez, head of the Carabineros Metropolitan Area.

They numbered generals

  • Luis Humeres Aguilera
  • Ramón Alvarado Donoso
  • Hugo Zenteno Vásquez
  • Patricio Yáñez Palma
  • Raúl Agurto Silva
  • Jorge ilavila Corvalán
  • Carlos González Gallegos
  • Patricio Escobar Torres
  • Eduardo Quijada Acuña
  • Humberto Riffo Gutiérrez
  • Roberto Machuca Rojas
  • Iván Ketterer Lavandero
  • Patricio Figueroa Esperguel
  • Manuel Valdés Pinochet
  • Jean Camus Dávila
  • Rodrigo Vicencio Pérez
  • Luis Soto Barrientos
  • Berta Robles Fernández
  • Fernando Lobos horn

In addition, five generals who went to retire were: Rodrigo Herrera Torres, Nelson Valenzuela Ruz, Ricardo Contreras Faúndez, Juan Badilla Alister and Miguel Jara Quezada.

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