The project carried out by Q&T has led the launch of a constructive partnership and coordination of all key players in border control, at national and regional level.
The harmonization of procedures and the introduction of new knowledges in the field of integrated border management has made more efficient and safer transit controls, and has stimulated the modernization of border posts in the region.
The countries of the Central American Integration System (SICA) are concerned about the insecurity levels in the Region, both for citizens and for the protection of tourism.
Within the context of the combat crime component, Central American security has identified several projects to start implementing the regional security strategy, one of which is the “Interinstitutional Coordination for Border Security in Central America”.
The initiative is funded by the European Union and implemented by SG-SICA. It aims to contribute to the regional integration process, supporting the implementation of the Central American security strategy and reducing the levels of citizens’ insecurity.
The program achieves to strengthen the capacity of national institutions, the police, customs and migration, to promote common work methodologies and to guarantee inter-institutional connectivity, communication and coordination. The project also aims to strengthen border security (internal and peripheral borders) of the region with institutional, technical and technological support, promote greater connectivity and an integrated and shared management of information in the border areas coordinated between all the key players.
The project carried out by Q&T has led to the start of a constructive collaboration and coordination of all the key players in border control at national and regional level.
The procedures harmonization and the introduction of new knowledges in the field of integrated border management has made transit controls more efficient and safer and stimulated the modernization of border posts in the region.
This, with the aid of computer tools capable of:
It is, indeed, the containment of international organized crime that has triggered a gradual but appreciable regional development of trade and tourism.
The accessibility of the different services of the national border posts (migration agents, customs and police) to the information systems of INTERPOL is expanded, as well as the infrastructure to support the connectivity between police, immigration control and services have been strengthened Customs placed at border crossings.
Q&T: “We design a better future “.