The Unified Union of Police in the Canary islands (SUP) reports that the commissioners in the Islands have been “obsolete” and considers that it is necessary “a good investment”, especially when the Archipelago is a tourist destination. His spokesman, Jose Luis Guedes puts the example in the police station of Puerto de la Cruz; an old apartment building, “would have to be done again because it does not meet the conditions of safety and habitability”.
In addition, Guedes also points out the police station of Puerto del Rosario (Fuerteventura), where the cops “use the hall as a changing room male” where he has put a bulkhead in the end “to not look to the companions when they are changing.”
The deficit reported by the SUP-speaking in addition to vehicles in very bad conditions. In fact, last year we had to give low “about 30 police vehicles”. And in terms of the agents that are missing in the body of the National Police in the Canary islands, José Luis Guedes, a figure in “more than 700 agents” that all occupational categories that are not covered.