The Housing Vacancy Unit of the Local Police of Mijas has proceeded to the eviction of about fifty properties that were inhabited without authorization during the first half of this year, intensifying this phenomenon in residential areas or urbanizations, as reported by the City Council on Tuesday.

This has been highlighted by the Consistory in a balance that they have made of the work carried out by the Housing Vacancy Unit of the Local Police of Mijas so far this year, which was created just a year and a half ago, have highlighted.

From the City Council they have pointed out through a statement that these actions are carried out “thanks to the field work carried out by the unit in their day-to-day activities” and in which “communication with the parties involved plays a fundamental role, as does collaboration with the public”.

In this sense, he recalled that the action protocol of the agents of the Housing Vacancy Unit of the Local Police of Mijas, after receiving the complaint of this type of situation, includes the immediate appearance in the place to verify in situ the occupation of the house.

After this they proceed to meet with the owner of the same, and identify the individual(s) allegedly responsible for a crime of usurpation, to later be transferred to Civil Guard units and subsequently brought before the courts.

A control task that has been especially intensified in urbanization areas“more prone to this type of illegal practices given their singularities”, they have pointed out from the Consistory.

They have highlighted that “with a staff of close to 150 agents, the Mijas Local Police ensures the security of a municipality of 149 kilometers and 93,000 inhabitants distributed in three population centers, scattered and urbanizations”, a job that they have described as “complex”, but “for which the City Council continues to bet daily”.

At this point, they have pointed to “numerous improvements in the police force, such as the reinforcement of the workforce or the fleet of vehicles available to the agents”.

Finally, the Local Police have recalled that “before any case of occupation of a property You can contact the body directly on the telephones 952 46 08 08 or 952 46 09 09 or through 112″.

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