María Gámez: "We will implement all the possibilities so that those who want to stay in Navarra, can do so"

María Gámez has held a meeting with the Commands of the Area, Head of the Command and representatives of all the Scales

He has also held a meeting with personnel from the Navarra Area who were affected and hospitalized by Covid-19 and with whom he had maintained contact during his convalescence

He has visited the facilities of the Civil Guard in Pamplona, ​​the Noaín Traffic Detachment, the Tafalla Company and the Alsasua Post

The General Director has held a meeting with the President of the Foral Community and the Government Delegate

The General Director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, assured this morning that "all the possibilities will be available so that those who want to stay in Navarra can do so".

Gámez has thus referred to the transfer of Traffic powers in a working meeting with those responsible for the Corps Zone and the Command of the Civil Guard of Navarra.

"Whoever wants to, can stay"

The General Director of the Civil Guard has confirmed that "there is enough time" and in this sense, Gámez has advanced that "all possible options will be arbitrated so as not to cause damage to the Civil Guards." "Anyone who wants can stay in Navarra because the Civil Guard has many other powers," said Gámez.
The Commands of the Civil Guard have explained to the Director General the tasks they carry out in the Zone and in the Command, how the current situation is, as well as the prospects and future plans.
With her words, the Director wanted to thank the excellent work carried out by the civil guards in this provincial community, highlighting the important work they perform at the service of the Navarrese citizens, encouraging everyone to continue with their good daily work without being influenced by some currents contrary to our presence because a large part of the citizens of this Autonomous Community, as in the rest of Spain, feel affection and support the Civil Guard.
María Gámez has held a meeting with a representation of all scales to whom she has thanked the daily work they do and especially the great effort they have made during the State of Alarm, turning in an exemplary way with the elderly, the victims of violence from gender, the distribution of health, school supplies and food.
The Director General has also held a meeting with personnel from the Navarra Area who were affected and hospitalized by Covid-19 and with whom she had maintained contact during her convalescence.
In addition, the Director General has visited the Noaín Traffic Detachment, the Tafalla Company and the Alsasua Post.

The Civil Guard in the Foral Community of Navarra

The Civil Guard in the Autonomous Community of Navarra has 270 municipalities for a total of 416,303 inhabitants, which comprises 63.63% of the total population.
The Civil Guard in the Area / Command of Navarra has a staff of 1500 personnel, of which 9% are women and is structured in 7 Companies, 1 Main Post and 51 Ordinary Posts, to serve 98% of the territorial extension total of the province. It has the specialties of Seprona, Weapons Intervention, Traffic, Information, Judicial Police, Tedax, Cynological, Fiscal and Borders Service, Greim, Usecic, in addition to a company from the Rural Action Group (GAR), and two Roca teams.

Tafalla Company

The Tafalla Company, headed by a Captain, is made up of 132 personnel of which 10% are women and is made up of 9 Ordinary Posts in the towns of Olite, Caparroso, Miranda de Arga, Artajona, Peralta, Carcastillo, Caseda and Marcilla who are in charge of citizen security in the demarcation. This Company also has a Traffic Detachment, Arms Intervention, a Seprona patrol, a Judicial Police team and a Roca team.

Alsasua post

The Alsasua Ordinary Post organically depends on the Company of Pamplona, ​​it is made up of 25 personnel, of which 12% are women and its main task is citizen security in the town. It also has a Traffic detachment made up of 13 agents.

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