Salazar said 20,000 officers would be in charge of patrolling Lima and the city’s highways, where thousands of tourists are expected.
The head of police said authorities would establish control points and ensure no one was driving under the influence.
Around 1,100 lifeguards are expected across the country’s beaches. 600 of them will be located at 105 priority beaches, and 25 public beaches from Chacrimar to Cerro Azul.
Salazar said authorities would also be inspecting buses, - ensuring they complied with proper maintenance regulations, as they left their terminals - in an attempt to minimize the possibility of accidents on the highway.
Salazar added that police officers would also watch over the country’s churches, and guarantee safe Easter holidays for everyone, PeruThisWeek.com reported.