JAVEA’S Policía Local force recently celebrated the feast day of their patrons, the Guardian Angels.
Public Safety councillor Pepa Gisbert, accompanied by Chief Inspector Jose Antonio Monfort, attended the official event and presentation of Long Service Badges for officers serving in the force for 15, 20 or 30 years.
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In her own name and that of the mayor, Jose Chulvi, Gisbert thanked Javea’s Policia Local officers for their outstanding professionality and their efforts in guaranteeing social harmony inside the town.
Above all, the councillor said, she wished to draw attention to the great role of the Policia Local in responding to the biggest emergencies, as well as their presence in covering the community’s everyday needs.
“I can assure you that we are aware of the indispensable part you all play,” Gisbert told the officers.
“Very often this must be really difficult but you do it with diligence and loyalty,” she said.
Nor did Gisbert avoid mentioning the Policia Local’s “complicated” work situation.
On the contrary, the town hall was committed to working and fighting to ensure that the officers’ conditions improved, she declared.
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