Agents of the Guardia Civil "ROCK Unit" maintain constant vigilance to prevent theft in agricultural and livestock facilities in the rural town of Totana and increased communication with the affected groups.
This was communicated by the Mayor of Totana, María Isabel Sánchez, following his meeting with the government delegate in Murcia, Joaquín Bascuñana, who informed him of the deployment of new specific equipment the Civil Guard in the Region of Murcia.
The "Team Rock" get their name from the initials of equipment to combat burglary Field, and its function is to increase the safety of operations through ongoing monitoring through enhanced communication with organizations and agricultural unions and own farmers.
Moreover, it will involve units SEPRONA accustomed to rural areas and their surroundings, and the launch of a mobile phone to be distributed among stakeholders.
Similarly, the implementation of electronic reporting will be promoted on the Internet so that those affected can contact immediately with security forces to a robbery at their properties to gain in immediacy.
With this unit, it is expected to provide, according to the mayor, a comprehensive coverage to the farmer and the farmer ranging from initial contact, through information sharing and security training activities until the investigation and identification of offenders said.
I have also requested the temporary transfer of some of the vehicles from the Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) to promote information campaigns, as Totana belongs to the National Security FEMP and adhered to the Road Safety Campaign.
Finally, the mayor stressed the need to provide a permanent Totana administrative delegation of the Commissariat of the National Police for document management of ID and Immigration matters.
The meeting was attended by the Councillor for Public Safety and Traffic, Francisco Hernández Guerrero.