Drop in police numbers in Almeria probed


THE Socialist PSOE Party is calling on the Spanish government to address the wage parity between different branches of the police by 2020.

The move is a bid to counter the loss of the 118 officers of the National Police and Civil Guard in Almería since 2011.

Proposals include a wage increase of €400 per month, and new equipment including bulletproof vests.

It also includes a budget commitment for the construction of new stations for the National Police in Roquetas de Mar and Guardia Civil in Vícar requiring an investment of €1.8 million.

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