The City Council of marbella has acquired a new software data management and analysis that will allow the city’s Local Police to geolocate and deal with the interventions carried out in the city by the security body, for which an investment co-financed with European funds of 45,000 euros has been allocated, as announced on Tuesday by the councilor of the branch, Jose Eduardo Diaz.
This was highlighted by the mayor at a press conference to present the new technological tool, where he was accompanied by the head of the Local Police, Javier Martín, highlighting that in addition vehicles have been equipped with 30 tablets to process information electronically, which have also been co-financed with European funds and have involved a cost of “68,104 euros”.
During his speech, Díaz highlighted “the commitment to modernization and application of new technologies to the work of the Marbella Local Police”, for which it is essential “to connect line 092 with our agents and be able to manage all that information by geolocating it and processing that data”.
To this end, the Marbella City Council has acquired “a software that will support all that information”, in order to carry out reports and studies”, as well as “assess those statistics that the program itself generates”, the councilor pointed out.
According to the municipal official, the cost of software is “45,000 euros”, of which 80% come from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), within the framework of Spain’s Pluriregional Operational Program 2014-2020; and 20% are municipal resources. The tool is already being implemented in the police force and officers are undergoing training for its application.
Between the advantages of using this new software by the local security body, Díaz has indicated that “it not only generates police information”, but that “when they intervene, it is reflected in the application and in the database”, so that direct information will be available on important issues such as traffic, compliance with municipal ordinances, and even the situation of the city”.
In this way, he has indicated that aspects such as “a certain point at which accidents occur”, which “will generate information to be able to adopt improvement measures” in it. In addition, it will collect data regarding “a specific area in which a series of ordinances are not complied with” such as throwing garbage, not collecting pet excrement, holding large bottles or “settlements of people who do not comply with the regulations of coexistence”. In these cases, he has indicated that “an inspection plan can be generated to be able to turn around and reverse it.”