Twenty-nine students from the Police Academy were welcomed at the National Council on Friday, January 24, by President Stéphane Valeri, Vice-President Brigitte Boccone-Pagès, Christophe Robino, President of CISAD, Thomas Brezzo, President of the Legislation Commission, and Franck Lobono, President of the Housing Commission.

Also present were Richard Marangoni, director of Public Security in Monaco, the Deputy Director, Régis Bastide and Captain Fréderic Aznar, responsible for their training,

President Valeri paid tribute to the members of the new generation of officers that will soon become part of “one of the best police forces in the world, which embodies the invaluable mission of Public Safety. It is one of the pillars of our society, ensures everyone’s tranquility and embodies the image of security attached to Monaco in an uncertain world.”

Mr Valeri insisted on “the deployment on February 3 of the new Living Environment Preservation Unit, which will, among other things, enforce traffic regulations, particularly concerning too noisy vehicles which disturb the peace of the population.”