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San Fulgencio Local Police officers are trained to deal with possible cases of occupation


  • Twenty police officers are taking part in the 20-hour course organised by the City Council and the Police, which will run until Friday 30 June

Officers from the San Fulgencio Local Police are taking part in a training course on squatting. The aim of this initiative is to “inform our officers of the new protocols and provide them with new tools to prevent this situation in our municipality”, explained the chief commissioner, Cristóbal Rodríguez.

The commissioner also pointed out that “over the course of these days, we will have the intervention of experts in the field who will share their experiences and knowledge”. The course, in which police officers from other municipalities will also take part, has been organised by the San Fulgencio Town Council and the Local Police. It will last 20 hours and will be held until 30 June at the local police headquarters in the town centre.

For his part, the Mayor of San Fulgencio, José María Ballester, welcomed the officers participating in the first session, indicating that “it is very important that the people who form part of the Security Forces can have the most appropriate and up-to-date training for day-to-day situations, so that they can be prepared to deal with this situation when a case may arise”.