The Director General meets with those responsible for the Civil Guard in the Valencian Community

María Gámez has held a meeting with the Zone Commanders, Heads of the three Commandos and representatives of all the Scales

He also had a meeting with personnel from the Valencia Zone 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 the Port of Valencia and the operation of the Provincial Maritime Service, as well as the Valencia Command and the Traffic Detachment

Subsequently, he has visited the Main Post of Alfafar-Catarroja

The Director General of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, has held a working meeting with those responsible for the Body Zone in the Valencian Community and the Valencia, Alicante and Castellón Commanders.

The Commanders of the Civil Guard have explained to the Director General the tasks they carry out in the Zone and in the Commandos, how is the current situation, as well as the prospects and future plans.

The Director has highlighted the excellent work carried out by the civil guards in this autonomous community where there is a police response to issues as disparate as the large extension of cultivation areas in which the Roca Teams are giving excellent results, the numerous uninhabited second residences most of the year, until reaching the huge increase in population during the summer and the fight against organized crime groups.
María Gámez has held a meeting with a representation of all scales to whom she has thanked for the daily work they carry out and especially the great effort they have made during the State of Alarm, with more than 70,000 services performed, turning exemplary with the elderly , the victims of gender violence, the distribution of sanitary, school and food materials, especially in the most isolated areas.
The Director General has also had a meeting with personnel from the Valencia Zone who were affected and hospitalized by Covid-19 and with whom she had maintained contact during her convalescence.
During this working day, María Gámez has presented the Face Mask operation in which more than 300,000 expired masks since 2014 have been seized.
In this speech, the Director General has also congratulated the Civil Guard Information Service for the arrest in Alicante of a young man who used online video game platforms to spread DAESH propaganda, an operation carried out in collaboration with the American FBI.
He has also visited the facilities of the Civil Guard in the Port of Valencia, where several very important operations against drug trafficking have been carried out in recent months.
María Gámez has valued that these operations “have been the result of the research effort that has been carried out during the confinement where analysis work has continued that has led to the seizure of large quantities of drugs, which shows that it has been known to make an operational profit even in a complicated and difficult situation ”.
In addition, the Director General has visited the Valencia Traffic Detachment and the Alfafar-Catarroja Main Post.

The Civil Guard in the Valencian Community

The Civil Guard in the Valencian Community is responsible for the citizen security of 515 of the 542 municipalities in the province, which represents 90% of the territory and practically half of the total population. To carry out this task, it has almost 7,000 troops.
The Civil Guard Area of ​​the Valencian Community is made up of the Alicante, Castellón and Valencia Commanderies, with a total of 129 barracks. The Valencia Command has 80, the Alicante Command with 53 and the Castellón Command with 32.
This Zone, together with the three Commandos have Units to give service to all its demarcation of the Air, Cynological, Mountain, Maritime, Fiscal and Border Services, Information, Judicial Police, Weapons Intervention, Traffic Sector of Valencia and the Group of Reserve and Security nº 3.

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