Marbella police unions call for chief to be replaced

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FIVE trade unions representing local police officers in Marbella (UPLB-A, SIP-AN, UEPAL, SIEP and STAL) have lobbied city mayor Jose Bernal to dismiss the current police chief Rafael Mora, alleging that he has been occupying a job position for which he is not qualified for several years.
The unions say they had put the same request to the former local government in the city, but to no avail, and that it is traditional after a new town hall team is elected to change the local police chief.
A statement from the groups concluded by claiming Mr Mora had been “damaging the reputation of the local police body for years.”

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    • Mike

      19 August 2015 • 08:06

      Yes, and change a lot of the local police officers who have also been damaging the reputation of the local police, not that they have much reputation worth a dam considering the attitude and behaviour of most local police in this country would fit in nicely in any corrupt 3rd world country.

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