The service will be led by new police sergeant to give it the flexibility and efficiency that brings more leadership
The elders are concerned that a stranger access to their homes by posing as gas technician, walkers are concerned about vehicles improperly invade footpaths, disabled people are fed up with no respect for their parking spaces and Traders want to know how to detect counterfeit bills.
They are assumptions, but with a potential approach to the real concerns of these groups.
To detect their concerns Yecla Local Police has created the Citizen Participation and Conflict (UPCC) that in the coming months, will meet with the heads of all municipal associations to listen and to improve safety.
The creation of the UPCC is possible after the inauguration of a new local police sergeant, Emilio Candela, since you need the capacity and flexibility of response that can only give a command like this to respond to the concerns of citizen organizations with maximum efficiency.
The new unit, which consists of three agents, will be unveiled in September after the preliminary work being done during these weeks.
Councillor for Citizen Security, Juan Miguel Zornoza, notes that the new unit, similar to others that have long been operating mainly in Catalonia, "is best channeled all requests, suggestions, needs and problems that may have the civic associations of Yecla related to their safety. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla