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Areas General Services Presidency Pitiüsa law enforcement blasts obstacles to new hires

Pitiüsa law enforcement blasts obstacles to new hires

coord policiaAt 12 noon today the Formentera Council (CiF) hosted the second of two yearly meetings scheduled for 2016 by the coordinating body for local police in the Pitiüsas. The entity was created to facilitate information exchange and policy changes among different arms of the local police, as well as to allow the forces of law and order to calibrate their priority areas.

Chaired by CiF president Jaume Ferrer and the head of the Govern Balear's department of interior, Pere Perelló, the meeting served to align the authorities' stance on what they call deliberate attempts to interfere with new recruits to local forces by the Govern's Eivissa and Formentera delegation.

The call for applicants to the 39th course of basic police training —the deadline is October 5— was seen as an opportunity to bolster Pitiüsa police forces.

The gathering also served to bring attendants in tune on Llei 4/2013, a law dated July 17 that is aimed at coordinating local police in the Balearics. Participants also spoke about harmonising local law enforcement's approach to issues such as rural area police patrols.

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