Paquin Flores and his colleagues listen to weapons instruction by Israeli foreign security experts during a training class near Jalapa, a small town in Mexico's Tabasco state.During initial stages of building a police force, Jalapa’s mayor conducted medical tests and found that many officers were overweight and suffered from diabetes and hypertension. Some had not touched a gun in 10 years, he said. Thus, training became an immediate priority, along with buying patrol vehicles.
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