Mexicali Police Chief Pedro Ariel Mendívil said he is unaware of any agreement to provide security services at the ports of entry, La Voz newspaper reported.
Last week a driver allegedly killed a man in the vehicle crossing of the West Port of Entry. The suspect has already been indicted for homicide.
Previously, Mexican government delegate Alejandro Ruiz said there should be an agreement with the City of Mexicali in order to provide security services in the area.
However, Chief Mendívil denied any agreement had been signed between the parties.
Normally, the pedestrian crossing turns chaotic during school time as students attempt to cut lines, while drivers constantly cut lines in the Colón Avenue crossing.
Mexicali police have taken out drivers found cutting lines for several weeks. Chief Mendívil recalled that the ports of entry are under federal jurisdiction.