By Euro Weekly News Media • 23 December 2014 • 16:58
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THE General Director of the Guardia Civil has presented 195 new vehicles, which have been added to the force’s fleet.
A total of 111 four-wheel drives and 67 smaller cars will be used for investigations and patrols and will go to the barracks with the oldest vehicles across the country, while 17 larger vehicles for staff transport will be used by headquarters and prisons.
The force has also received 12,000 new computers and long-distance and photography equipment.
Budgets for 2015 will allow another 400 new vehicles to be bought, allowing the force to renew its fleet of police cars after a number of recent complaints.
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