Any person may report to the State Commission for Access to Public Information (CEAIP Sinaloa), the lack of publication of the transparency obligations by the obligated subjects provided for in the General Law and in the Law of Transparency and Access to Public Information of the State of Sinaloa.
The complaint procedure consists of the following stages:
Presentation of the complaint before the State Commission for Access to Public Information.
Request by the State Commission for Access to Public Information for a report to the regulated entity.
Resolution of the complaint; Y,
Execution of the resolution of the complaint.
The complaint for non-compliance with transparency obligations must meet, at least, the following requirements:
Name of the reporting entity;
Clear and precise description of the breach;
The complainant may attach the means of proof that he deems necessary to support the reported breach;
In the event that the complaint is submitted in writing, the complainant must indicate an address to receive any type of notification, which is within the headquarters of the Commission or an email address. In the event that the complaint is filed by electronic means, it will be understood that it is accepted that the notifications be made by the same means. When no address or e-mail address is indicated, the notifications, even those of a personal nature, will be made through the physical platforms of the Commission; Y,
The name of the complainant and, optionally, their profile, for statistical purposes only. This information will be provided by the complainant on a voluntary basis. In no case the data on the name and profile may be a requirement for the origin and processing of the complaint.
Ways to File the Complaint
The complaint may be filed as follows:
By electronic means:
Through the National Platform ; or,
By email , addressed to the electronic address established for this purpose
In writing physically presented to the Transparency Unit of the State Commission for Access to Public Information .
The State Commission for Access to Public Information will make the corresponding complaint format available to individuals, so that they can use it, if they so decide. Individuals may opt for a free writ, in accordance with the provisions of the Law of Transparency and Access to Public Information of the State of Sinaloa.
The regulated entity must send to the State Commission for Access to Public Information, a report with justification regarding the facts or reasons for the complaint within three days of notification of the complaint.
The State Commission for Access to Public Information may carry out the appropriate virtual verifications, as well as request the complementary reports from the obligated subject, to obtain the elements of judgment that it considers necessary to resolve the complaint, granting it a term of three days following the corresponding notification.
The State Commission for Access to Public Information must resolve the complaint within twenty days following the end of the period in which the regulated entity must present its report or, where appropriate, the complementary reports.
The resolution issued by the State Commission for Access to Public Information must be founded and motivated and will invariably rule on compliance or non-compliance with the publication of the information by the obligated subject.
The State Commission for Access to Public Information must notify the resolution to the complainant and the regulated entity, within three days following its issuance.
The resolutions are final and unassailable for the obliged subjects. The individual may challenge the resolution by way of the corresponding amparo trial, under the terms of the applicable legislation.
The obligated subject must comply with the resolution within a period of fifteen days from the day after it is notified and inform the State Commission for Access to Public Information about its compliance. If it considers compliance, it will issue a compliance agreement and order the closure of the file.
If the Plenum of the State Commission for Access to Public Information considers that there is a total or partial breach of the resolution, it will require, through the Transparency Unit of the obligated subject, the hierarchical superior of the public servant responsible for its compliance, to the effect that within a period not exceeding five days it complies with it.
After the previous period, if the State Commission for Access to Public Information considers that the total or partial non-compliance with the resolution subsists, within a period not exceeding five days, it will issue the non-compliance agreement and impose the enforcement measures or determinations that are appropriate.
Citizen Complaints Received at the Polytechnic University
of the sea and the Sierra
State Commission for Access to Public Information
Blvd. Enrique Félix Castro #1052 Pte. Fracc. Urban Development Three Rivers. CP 80027, Culiacan, Sinaloa. (between Av. República de Brasil and Blvd. Rotarismo) Telephones (667)758-6820
Toll Free (800) 830-4855
Attention Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Polytechnic University of the Sea and the Sierra
Road to Potrerillos del Norote Km. 3
The Cross, Elota, Sinaloa
Attention Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.