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Mario González-Román


-CULTURE OF PREVENTION: PUBLIC SAFETY, CRIME PREVENTION & PERSONAL PROTECTION. -In 2008 will be part of ambitious work programs -Diplomados- of several private universities aiming at students in areas such as International Relations, Business, Law and majors fields of study that may deal with Public Safety and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). -From April 2007 and to date the English-Speaking Guide to Living in Mexico has published my articles just about every month with the purpose of creating the CULTURE of Prevention at -Twice in 2007 received ample coverage in Reforma newspaper, Business Section in Mexico City. To date it is recommended by the Washington Post, Travel Section, International Destinations. -It is the only information resource that such a prestigious US newspaper avails as TRUSTED for the International Community living or visiting Mexico. More than 20 specialized world forums in Tourism, Travel do the same by having activated links to Security Corner in Mexico. This includes University of San Diego's Trans-Border Institute

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-I am the Honorary Security Director and Columnist for the most complete Web-based information resource for expatriate foreign nationals in Mexico: -Also, a Seminar Instructor on Public Safety in Mexico. -Effective in August 2006, active member of the Washington, D. C. Round Table Group. -Member of the prestigious Security Experts Council, New York-based Gerson Lehrman Group -I am available to serve privately as an independent Security Consultant, arranging protection for visiting High-Risk CEOs, businessmen and women, in coordination with Mexico City’s Metropolitan Police (PBIDF), in accordance to existing legal framework. -I served as UNSECOORD’s Field Security Assistant in Mexico, under the auspices of the United Nations Development Program. -I retired from the American Embassy on August 10, 2001 after 28 years of continued service, authorized by Mexican Congress. -I received 4 Meritorious Honor Awards from the U. S. Government during my tenure at the Embassy for having served the best interests of Mexico and the United States of America.

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2015-05-21 Crime rates in the gulf of Mexico:

Please visit this page in Spanish    Then visit this page by the

2014-09-18 travel within Mexico:

Dear Marc:    Thanks for writing. To the best of my knowledge, you will not be admitted in Mexico whether you enter via Tijuana or any other port of entry. The fact you are a registered sex offender, according

2014-07-04 lot for sale in san felipe mexico:

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Name & Position of Contact:    Lic. Javier Govi    President & CEO     Dear Gilberte:    Thanks to Bernardo Méndez, a Mexican Foreign Service

2014-02-13 Driving back to US with expired license plate:

Dear Mike.    Thanks for writing.    You must contact the proper authorities to get the right answer to your question. First, read all-you-need-to-know about the importation of cars into Mexico    http://www

2013-08-13 Used car purchasing:

Thanks for writing Dave.    Not sure if you are in the State of Washington or Washington, D. C.    The answer to your question is in the hands of Mexican Customs. This site has what you need:    http://www


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