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The PP underlines the commitment of Juanma Moreno’s government to the Local Police of Andalusia

The PP underlines the commitment of Juanma Moreno's government to the Local Police of Andalusia
Pablo Venzal recuerda que entre los objetivos del Gobierno del PP está tramitar en el Parlamento, tras el verano, el Proyecto de Ley de Policías Locales

The Andalusian MP of the Partido Popular of Almeria, Pablo Venzal, has highlighted that after the summer one of the first objectives of the new Government of Juanma Moreno will be to process in the Parliament the Draft Law of Local Police of Andalusia to fulfil the commitment made to the Local Police Corps and the municipalities in the working meetings that have been held since 2021 with the Andalusian Federation of Municipalities and Provinces as well as with the majority and police unions.

It is a law that is intended to be updated after two decades in order to improve the situation of the agents and which includes among other things the obligatory existence of a Local Police Corps in municipalities with 5,000 inhabitants or more, with a minimum of five officers, and that neighbouring municipalities that do not have sufficient resources can associate with each other to provide the service, as they can do with other forces and bodies of the State.

“The PSOE put this law in a drawer and despite the important changes that have been taking place in society, it did not take any action. Once again, it has been the government of Juanma Moreno who has opted for dialogue, as was the case in the previous legislature, and is working to improve a very important law because in Andalusia we have more than 12,000 local police officers and their training and organisation is the responsibility of the Junta,” he said.

Pablo Venzal recalls that this Bill fulfils another historical request of the sector, which is that a patrol consisting of more than one agent should be established as a priority; and the selection process for local police posts may be delegated to the Junta in the case of small municipalities that request it because they have difficulties in carrying out the process.

In addition, the PP member of parliament goes on to explain, there is a commitment to the training of the Local Police and to this end the Andalusian Institute for Emergencies and Public Safety will be created with new course content and the inclusion of compulsory subjects such as truancy, equality and gender violence, road safety education or knowledge of mediation techniques.

Other measures to be included in this Bill will be the regulation of the mobility and permutation of officers or that the head of the corps will have to come from the career civil servant staff from the Local Police corps.

Finally, Pablo Venzal thanked the Local Police officers throughout Andalusia because with their daily work “today we have a safer land” as well as for the great work they did during the pandemic with their presence and the help provided to the residents of all the municipalities of our community.

 

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