Councilman Police and Public Safety, Juan Miguel Zornoza, informed the farmers attending the meeting of COAG, on the afternoon of yesterday, the proceedings being carried out in safety, to prevent thefts landscapes and rural areas within the powers delegated to the local police.
Juan Miguel Zornoza recalled that while competition in rural areas is assigned to the Guardia Civil proceedings are being conducted on prevention and surveillance in these areas, given the small number of troops are there in the Civil Guard in Yecla, clearly insufficient, his view, to cover the entire municipality.
The council reported that "Local police spent months developing the program sevir (Security Service in Rural Areas), with very satisfactory results.
By maintaining a minimum sevir patrol 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in a halted in rural areas of the municipality.
This will perform a preventive and deterrent to possible criminal activity, and controls the movement of vehicles at certain intersections and roads, identifying those which may be suspect.
At the same time informs residents of the area of performance that takes place and reminded how to contact the local police through 092, when detecting any abnormal or suspicious vehicle in fact "
Finally, Juan Miguel Zornoza informed of the progress of the police system and GPS positioning called "SISPOLGPS", "a GPS mapping system to be implemented in all Local Police vehicles that can quickly locate all houses in the places outside the village, thereby expediting the proceedings in cases of theft or emergency of any kind. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla