The Native Police has added to its workers with the inauguration of 14 officers. The act of formalizing their positions passed off on Thursday within the Oriol Corridor of the City Corridor and was presided over by the deputy mayor, José Aix; the Councillor for Human Sources, Luisa Boné, and the Councillor for Citizen Safety, Antonio Sánchez.
The officers have now handed the necessary coaching course on the Valencian Institute of Public Security and Emergencies, the IVASPE, which consists of 350 instructing hours and two months of internship throughout the Orihuela Native Police unit.
Aix has congratulated the brand new brokers stating that their qualification “is a superb achievement” for which they need to all be congratulated, after overcoming many obstacles and passing very advanced choice processes”.
Councillor Luisa Boné mentioned that “in just a few months quite a lot of different colleagues will be a part of them”, by which she hopes that “little by little, the deficit of personnel that the Native Police has suffered for a few years shall be rectified.” “The police power had an acute lack of officers, whereas, on the similar time, additionally missing an satisfactory command construction and, within the close to future an extra two brokers shall be added to those fourteen officers who at the moment are becoming a member of the power”.
Lastly, Antonio Sánchez added that this restructuring follows “the road of offering human and materials sources to the Native Police” as a way to enhance safety within the municipality.