Estepona mayor agrees to increase security presence on the streets

Security meeting in Estepona Security meeting in Estepona Ayuntamiento de Estepona

A MEETING was held in Estepona today to discuss anti-terrorist security measures following the attacks in Catalonia.

The Mayor of Estepona, José María García Urbano, co-chaired the Special Local Security Board with the sub delegate of the Government in Malaga, Miguel Briones Artacho at which representatives of the Municipal Security Department, the National Police, Guardia Civil, Local Police and Traffic officers attended.

It was agreed that measures would be put into place to increase the presence of officers on the streets of Estepona and to introduce additional check points within the Estepona area in accordance with government recommendations.

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