Salobreña doesn’t have enough municipal police officers to patrol the beaches and meet the rest of the town’s policing needs.
With this in mind, the Mayor, María Eugenia Rufino, is going to request that the Guardia Civil and the Army lend a hand.
“I am going to propose that as soon as we pass onto new phases so that people can move freely within the province the [road] controls won’t be needed, so the Guardia Civil and even the Armay can be deployed on the beaches,” she reasoned.
She also referred to the Junta having to make available more funds to cover the costs of controlling beach occupation, adding that more people would have to be employed for the task of disinfecting beach access, etc.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)