Security planning at the Mediterranean Games are progressing at a good rate
Representatives of security forces meet to progress on planning the Master Security Plancategory: Uncategorized
Another meeting of the Security Planning Commission of the XVIII Mediterranean Games Tarragona 2017. The meeting was held at the conference room of Building 112, and was attended by Jaume Giné, supervisor and head of the Planning Commission; Javier Villamayor, Deputy Mayor and General Coordinator of the Mediterranean Games; along with around 50 representatives of security and emergency forces involved in the operation. These include the Cos de Mossos d’Esquadra (Catalan Police Force), Cos Nacional de Policia (National Police Force), Guardia Civi (Civil Guard), local police of the sports venues, the Fire Brigade, Medical Emergency Service and Civil Protection.
The heads of these departments explained the state and development of the 19 specific programmes covered by the Security Plan of the Mediterranean Games. The conclusions of today’s meeting will shortly be presented to members of the International Committee of the Mediterranean Games during the assessment visit to the city on 30th March.
The Deputy Mayor and General Coordinator of Tarragona 2017, Javier Villamayor, highlighted the importance of the Security Master Plan, and wished to thank all the security and emergency forces for “their commitment, professionalism and involvement. With their efforts, sport will definitely be the only star of the Mediterranean Games 2017, with a guaranteed response in the event of any contingency.
Finally, it should be pointed out that the Planning Commission and the Senior Security Commission of the Games are the institutional and work areas in security operations. The Director General of the Police, Albert Batlle, is the chief executive of the Senior Security Commission.