The structure of the company “has been established” and it will consist of 40 employees.
This was not only an election promise made by Martinez-Almeida prior to the May 28th elections, but it is one of fifty measures taken by the municipal corporation during the first 100 days of its government. Cibeles confirmed this week, following Almeida’s report of his first actions, that City Council has taken “all steps in record time” for an “imminent” implementation of the Municipal Police Section focused on the battle against graffiti.
The city. These “anti-graffiti” patrols will therefore be known as the Urban Heritage Protection Section. This project is expected to be approved by the end of this week. The section’s creation will take place “immediately”, with the aim of preventing graffiti and imposing sanctions, and in cooperation with the Area of Urban Planning, Environment and Mobility and their reinforcement of municipal cleaning services.
Inmaculada Sánz, vice-mayor of Madrid and delegate for Security and Emergencies, confirmed today that this section would initially consist of 40 soldiers (12 in each shift, day, night and morning), plus commanders. Vice Mayor Inmaculada Sanz announced today that this Corps has already been created and will have agents dedicated to fighting vandalism.
Sanz told Europe Press that “vandalistic graffiti” has no place within our city. It degrades the area of the centre of the capital, as well as other areas, in an enormous way. We will fight against it. Sanz believes that we’re not talking about art here, but rather “vandalism.”
Borja Carabante is the chairperson of the Coordination With the Environment Area. She has responded to the requirement to “clean many more square metres than was done up to now.”
We must also remember that penalties will be increased for graffiti. The fines were increased in 2020 but the adoption of the Cleaning Ordinance means that penalties for vandalism of any surface within the capital now start at a minimum of 2,000 Euros and can go as high as 3,000 Euros. Prior to this, graffitiing on street furniture, walls or doors carried a light fine of 600 euros. For the first time ever, graffiti, regardless of its sanction, is now associated with the request for reparation from the perpetrator. The regional laws stipulate that if you’re a repeat offenders, your punishment will range from 600 euros to 6,000 euro. Madrid City Council punishes these repeated infractions by a minimum of 4,000-6,000 Euros.
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