Tuesday, June 6

The AEGC exposes the deficiencies of the Alicante Command in Congress

The meeting of the representatives of the AEGC with the deputies of the PSOE in Congress.

The meeting of the representatives of the AEGC with the deputies of the PSOE in Congress.

The Spanish Association of Civil Guards (AEGC) has had a meeting this Thursday at the Congress of Deputies with the Socialist Interior spokesman, David Serrada, to deal with the deficiencies of the Civil Guard for the breach Matching Agreement and the great unease that exists among the members of the Benemérita before the reform of the Citizen Security Law that PSOE and United We Can have approved without taking into account the opinion of the State Security Forces and Bodies. The representatives of AEGC, Carlos Manuel González Blanco, Subdelegate of Alicante and the representatives of the National Board of Directors, Pablo González Gómez and Domingo Jesús Medina León have been against the reduction 6 to 2 hours of the time of the impossible identifications, a short space of time that makes them impossible. “As it will also be impossible to transfer and identify people who come from other countries So what come in on Spain irregularly, so they should be released without identifying them after two hours and, of course, transferred to the place where the intervention was carried out, “the representatives of the AEGC have indicated, underlining that” it is a non-guarantee law for the forces of the public order because we can Record while on duty, without it being an infraction, while we are not allowed to record a performance with citizens. ”

Insecure law

They also consider that it is an unsafe law for civil guards and police. “A non-guarantee law that forgets the increase in attacks on members of the State Security Forces and Bodies who, despite having been claiming it for years, are still denied the consideration of authority and continue to be treated as Agent of the Authority with the result of ridiculous convictions and sanctions. “AEGC has once again requested the central government to hire a Liability insurance for those circumstances in which a civil guard may have some type of responsibility for events that occurred in the performance of their duties. “We are the only ones officials that we lack this insurance. A meeting with the socialist deputies in which the AEGC has raised the discrimination that the civil guards suffer in terms of the entrance qualification in the Cabos y Guards scale, which means that we cannot access group B of salaries of the General Administration and an offense for the citizens of the Civil Guard demarcation, it seems that in the Rural Spain the training of public servants is irrelevant. ”

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New territorial deployment

At the meeting, the Spanish Association of Civil Guards has also raised the need to carry out a new territorial deployment since the current one, in addition to inheriting it from the 19th century, “is dead, has a lack of material and human resources and prevents the civil guards reconcile work and family life “. In addition to this new deployment, the need to expand the staff of agents with an increase in promotions and the replacement rate. Finally, the representatives of AEGC have questioned the deputies for the Matching Agreement and the status of the processing of allegations presented in their day and on whether they would 300 million expected for staff wishing to re-enter from the reservation without destination as promised. Taking advantage of the presence of the two Socialist deputies for Alicante, Lázaro Azorín and Yolanda Seva, the subdelegate of AEGC in the province, Carlos Manuel González, has delivered a detailed dossier of the state of the Civil Guard barracks in the province, the poor state of the car park and the lack of troops that, especially in summer period, causes a deficit service for the population. A dossier in which the AEGC Alicante delegation once again complains to the deputies about the need to equip some Civil Guard facilities with surveillance cameras, to give accessibility to people with mobility problems to some barracks. They have also been commented on the need to inform the agents who carry out the transfer of prisoners of whether they may have some type of contagious disease and that medical services in prisons be strengthened since, in this way, unnecessary trips abroad or night transfers will be avoided.

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