Law Enforcement Coordinator
Vital Strategies, United States
Omar Gonzalez is a retired Colonel of the Colombian National Police, where he served for 28 years having served among other positions as Commander of the Bogotá Traffic Police, leading 1,300 traffic police officers and with the responsibility of responding for traffic law enforcement in the city, for which he worked together with the city authorities in the structuring of strategic plans that would allow to adequately meet the needs in terms of mobility and road safety. Omar is a Business Administrator, has a major in Security Management and within his training in road safety aspects he attended a training in Traffic injury prevention and control in low- and middle-income countries at Johns Hopkins University in 2016 and the Global Road Safety Leadership Course with Johns Hopkins University and GRSP in 2018 in Kenya. Omar took part of the team that carried out the speeding enforcement pilot program in Bogota which was key to allow the Secretary of Mobility to launch the Zero Vision program. Omar is supporting IACP to strengthen traffic law enforcement in Bogotá, and Cali in Colombia, as well as with the cities of Guayaquil in Ecuador and Buenos Aires, Argentina
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