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This committee focuses on crime prevention, and reporting, and strengthening the relationships between our residents and State and Local police departments.

Our Municipality

The towns of Todos Santos, El Pescadero, Cerritos, Rancho Nuevo, and Elias Calles are under the jurisdiction of La Paz, the capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur.

Vecinos Vigilantes Neighborhood Watch Program

The Vecinos Vigilantes program is a unified group of alert neighbors who watch out for each other day or night, using simple crime prevention methods. Vecinos Vigilantes members are grouped by neighborhood, with a shared emergency contact list. Members can call the police in the event they see suspicious persons or activity, or hear unusual sounds or house or car alarms.

Members share information about how to stay safe and prevent crime, inform each other of crimes that have occurred in their neighborhood, and support each other should a neighbor become a victim of a crime.

To join now or to order a Vecinos Vigilante sign, email

In 2015, A.C.T.S represented the need for additional police resources in our growing community, resulting in swift and effective action from the La Paz state government. 

In 2018, at the request of the new Todos Santos Municipal Police Comandantes, A.C.T.S. hosted a community meeting for the State and Local police to share recent police department results, new Security policies and procedures, and to answer questions. 

Emergency Services

Emergencies (24 hours): Dial 911

Municipal police: 612-690-1641

Ministerio Publico State Police: 612-145-0198

Bomberos Fire Department: 612-143-6300

Ambulance: 612-143-6300

Dial 911 (this works universally from any phone, anywhere). This number is answered in La Paz 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The message is then transferred to the local municipal Police department.

Dial the local municipal Police number directly at 612-145-1052. This is a landline which is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How to Report a Crime

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