Less surveillance at Benalmadena beaches

Image of CCOO union representatives in Malaga. Credit: [email protected]

THE Benalmadena Councillor for Security, Javier Marín, has confirmed that the service of beach helpers hired from the Junta de Andalucía to reinforce security on the coast in the face of the health alert caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has now finished.

He thanked them for their work which they have carried out with enthusiasm and explained that raising awareness about the importance of complying with the new rules and the control of safety on the beaches have been major priorities.

The joint surveillance operation established for the summer season was successfully made up of Local Police, municipal staff, lifeguards and the assistants who were recruited via the Junta de Andalucia.

 

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