Agents of the Local, National Police and Civil Guard participate from today until next Wednesday, at the Adolfo Suárez de Marbella Fair and Congress Center, in the Provincial Days for the Verification of Documents and Illicit Vehicle Traffic, a meeting organized by the CSIF union, in collaboration with the Spanish Police Confederation (CEP) and the Spanish Association of Civil Guards (AEGC), which will feature specialists in the use of new technologies in the fight against fraud or in customs control.
The Councilor for Citizen Security, José Eduardo Díaz, who opened the meeting with the head of the Local Police, Javier Martín, and the commissioner of the National Police Corps in Marbella, Enrique Lamelas, has emphasized that “for the team of the Government, security is an absolute priority ”, highlighting the“ extraordinary work carried out in this regard by the municipal staff made up of some 400 local policemen ”. “We are one of the municipalities that invest the most in this matter,” remarked the mayor, who stated that in the field of training, one of the main municipal commitments “is to promote our school of citizen security and make it a benchmark” .
For his part, Martín has underlined the level of the speakers who will meet at the conference and has stressed the importance of “using the new knowledge that is acquired as a tool to detect situations at the controls or when we stop a vehicle” .
Finally, Lamelas stressed that crime linked to illicit car traffic “is very specialized” and that, therefore, “it requires courses like this and didactic material to face this threat and learn to combat it.”