Local police honoured for its role in supporting children in Xàbia

Local officers have been praised for their efforts in cheering up kids during the national lockdown.

The ‘National Association of Guardian Agents (ANAT)’ has recognized the work of the Policía Local de Xàbia in support of children during the pandemic and confinement due to COVID19.

The association wanted to highlight the efforts of the local police to make the hard moments of confinement more bearable for children, putting together noisy convoys to cheer them up them with their sirens and flashing lights, as well as participating in the birthday greetings. The involvement with the educational community has also been highlighted, officers bringing homework to the homes of families who lacked computer equipment and distributing electronic equipment such as tablets or routers.

The recognition, in the form of a decoration, has been delivered by officer Rosa María Ramos – one of the guardian agents of Xàbia and representative of the association in the Comunidad Valenciana – to the Chief Inspector José Antonio Monfort.

Mayor José Chulvi and councilor Pepa Gisbert (Security) both valued the role played by the Policía Local throughout the pandemic and their preventive and innovative projects such as the Guardian Agent, launched five years ago, and with which they have strengthened contacts with schoolchildren and the problems that develop around the classrooms.


Information Source
Press Release – Ajuntament de Xàbia


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