Thursday, November 28, 2013

Arona puts 12 plain-clothes police on the streets to curb “uncivic actions”

Arona Ayuntamiento is putting a dozen plain-clothes Policía Local officers on the street to ensure that the public obeys local bylaws. The agents will control street vendors, PRs, littering and rubbish dumping, illegal taxis, thefts, animal ownership infractions, and other “uncivic actions”. The council says that it has authority to do this from the Canarian […]


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