MÓSTOLES / The ‘tutor’ agents continue their training to monitor school environments

Agents ‘tutors’ of the Municipal Police of Móstoles have participated in the last Conference on Police Intervention and Action Protocols against Violence in Schools which is taught at the Institute for Comprehensive Training in Security and Emergencies (IFISE).

During the day, the different protocols of the Community of Madrid on bullying, addictions and suicide in schoolchildren have been studieda problem that has skyrocketed after the pandemic and that is of particular concern in recent months, as reported by the Municipal Police on their social networks.

Also, ‘tutor’ agents from Móstoles also attended the National Congress of the Tutor Agent Program on Wednesday, which is being held these days in Alcobendas, and which brings together the experiences of the different actors who work in the comprehensive protection of children and adolescents.

The Municipal Police have recalled that, since last octoberare adhered to the Tutor Agent Program promoted by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), with the aim of “preventing and protecting minors in school and institute environments”.

This initiative, which was in study last yearis part of a comprehensive plan of the Local Government, through various Departments, to Detect problems such as absenteeism, drug use, domestic violence, bullying or cyberbullying, among others.

Conference on Police Intervention and Action Protocols against Violence in Schools / Municipal Police of Móstoles

67 educational centers

The program is aimed at more than 34,000 young people, 17% of the total population of Móstoles, from the 67 educational centers in the municipalityboth public and private and concerted, as explained by the mayoress, Noelia Posse (PSOE), during the presentation of the program several weeks ago.

In the program a sub-inspector, five officers and 28 agents regularly participate, who act especially in the school environment, both inside the facilities of the centers and on public roads, supervising and following up on incidents related to minors.

In addition, to promote safe conditions for minors, The Municipal Police of Móstoles has been developing programs such as the Comprehensive Safety Plan in the School Environment (PISEE), since the 2005 academic year, and the Plan for the Prevention of Alcohol Consumption on Public Roads and Acquisition by Minors in Premises (Plan PIBA).



MÓSTOLES / The ‘tutor’ agents continue their training to monitor school environments