The Adeje School of security and social harmony, under councillor Zebenzui Chinea Linares, recently hosted a course for police and other local and national security forces on the latest gang methodology in robbery and sale of cars. 36 people took part and the course was given by members of the Interdocpol organisation.
Interdocpol is an international non-profit organisation, based in different countries with its headquarters in Spain. The organisation consists of partners from different countries and its members are from the security forces, members of the judiciary, experts, and people related to vehicle traffic with a legitimate interest in combating crime. The objective of the organisation is offering training and information on the current and on-going smuggling of vehicles and forgery of documentation through training courses, and exchange of information among its associated members.
Three members of the Interdocpol from Catalonia were in Adeje to direct the course and the high level of participation was indicative of the interest shown by the different security bodies for the information on offer and the quality of the training this organisation offers. As well as agents from Adeje, members of security forces from Arona, Vizcaya, San Miguel, Granadilla, Guía de Isora, Gran Canaria, Barcelona, Granollers, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife were present.