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45 policemen participate in the Day in Redován: Infringements and sanctions for substance use

Today, November 29, the “Ricardo Ruiz de Redován Social Center Social Action Hall”, organized by the General Directorate of Healthcare Assistance, coordinated by the Community Prevention Unit in Addictive Behaviors (UPCCA) of Mancomunidad la Vega.

Aimed at local police officers and other members of the security forces of the region of La Vega Baja, some 45 agents from the different municipalities of the region have been registered: Redován, San Miguel, Algorfa, Orihuela, Pilar Horadada, Callosa, Benejúzar, As well as other municipalities such as Elche, Finestrat and Alicante.

jornada consumo sustanciasThe Seminar was conducted by M ª Jesús Álvarez Pascual, legal technique of the Drug Addiction Management and other Addictive Disorders Service of the Generalitat Valenciana, which along with the assistants has reviewed updated data and information on the use of substances and on the different resources of Attention to addictions that are available in the region and with which agents can coordinate actions.

Likewise, the necessary coordination and homogenization of police actions regarding consumer sanctions has been addressed, reviewing the different types of administrative offenses and sanctions contemplated in the legislation and clarifying what should be the competence of local agents when it comes to acting In this matter and the procedure to follow.

The rapporteur has wanted at all times to make clear the importance of prevention as a basic tool for treating abusive substance abuse

Emilio Fernández, president of the Commonwealth, which has opened the Conference, has wanted to express “the gratefulness of the Federation La Vega to the Department of Universal Health for having counted on us for the implementation of this type of events, which are very practical And who helped, without a doubt, improve the effectiveness of the actions of the local police “

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