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We are Syndicalists: "Security at risk" (11/02/2019)

COMMUNIQUÉ: SECURITY AT RISK

We recall that in February 2017 we reiterated to the City Council that vacancies must first be covered by Transfer Contest under the principles of publicity, equality, merit and capacity in both the Local Police Service and the rest of the City Council.

Again reiterated today, February 7, 2019.

The unpredictability of the very clear decrease in the staff of Local Police, coupled with the amortization in the RPT of 87 vacancies Agent, placed in a delicate situation the security guarantee of both the agents and the residents of Murcia and its districts.

Nothing seems to have served the already produced in the staff of Fire, who have been a few years with the right to early retirement at 60 years of age.

The forecast has been the same, let it happen.

On January 29 published the newspaper La Verdad suspended firefighting practices in compliance with a requirement of the Provincial Labor Inspection of Murcia that was entered into the City on December 14 (more than a month before).

Occupational Health does not seem to be a priority for the mayor who presides over it.

It is fundamental to prevent the collective risks derived from the non-replacement of personnel, which we have been warning since our creation in June 2015.

The assignment of one-person patrols as a magical solution leaves the agent without the corresponding support / support and the citizen with a less effective service, despite the demonstrated professionalism of our agents.

If we add a "style of command", which we do not share, more concerned with the invention of imaginative names of police services and their corresponding color bracelets (tourist police, leisure, visible ... each with its color bracelet or posters) emptying more basic and necessary activities such as Neighborhood Police, Pedanías, etc .;

the result comes to correspond with a sovereign disregard for experience and seniority by not taking into account as a second activity the training of new agents, municipal heritage security (remember that it was intended to be put in private hands), etc.

Mention to part deserves another one of the hasty measures, that they try to alleviate the lack of agents of the local Police, that is nothing more and nothing less than to pretend to replace the Retirements of Agents destined to administrative police work by Administrative Auxiliaries, Labor of eventual character.

Such dislate in our opinion, lacks the slightest rigor in terms of hierarchical chart and functions, which involves the mixing of police personnel (Special Administration), with temporary work personnel, who does not have the same level of responsibility and functions that the Officials of Career, since this we think generates a fraud in your hiring.

This rush we believe that shares the problems, in terms of the Data Protection Act, to which citizens have a right and more on issues as sensitive and special protection as police, which could arise in the Control Room (092) , privatized.

In this sense we have asked the City Council that those responsible for data protection, we transfer reports that delimit the data that this eventual staff, in administrative police tasks or the private company of the Room of 092, have access.

As well as the flow charts, data flow, responsibilities of the staff that in theory performs tasks of the General Administration in a Special Administration body as a Police, since the hierarchical relationships derived from this mixture are not clear.

As well as the remunicipalization of the Control Room (092), so that they are career civil servants who carry out these functions, as it happens in the Control Room of the Service of Fire and Rescue Extinction (Firemen).

Source: Somos Sindicalistas

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