The government delegate in Murcia, Rafael González Tovar, has co-chaired this morning the Local Security Board Fortuna, with the mayor of the town, Matias Carrillo.
At the same we have analyzed different aspects of public safety in the municipality and González Tovar has reiterated its confidence in the role of this body to improve the coordination of the actions of the National Police and Civil Guard and the local police municipalities in our region.
"Son-noted-an effective tool by which I will resolutely continue betting."
With regard to the provision of the Civil Guard in Fortuna, González Tovar has very much appreciated the efforts of the Government of Spain to increase troop.
Today the barracks has 10 officers, 67 percent more than in 2004, which had 6 guards.
During the local board, the delegate said that as a result of increased staffing, there has been a more effective policing recorded a slight decrease in crimes known, while increasing cases clarified by comparing the period from January April 2009 compared to 2008.
Finally, Gonzalez Tovar has proposed to the mayor of Fortuna who signs a partnership agreement on security in order to strengthen collaboration between local police and the Forces of State Security.
This agreement would entail the development of the Local Safety Plan, which would include joint action programs and planned, a protocol for assistance in automated information or installation of a shared technical operations.
The Government delegate pointed out that this type of agreement has been signed by some municipalities in the region and its extension to other "is a target because we will improve service delivery, optimize resources and progress in improving of public safety. "
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia