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World It's official, Paris has its municipal police (but without a lethal)

17:25  18 october  2021
17:25  18 october  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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La police municipale parisienne est officiellement intronisée ce lundi. Ses 154 premiers agents arpenteront donc les rues de la capitale dès mardi, et ce sans arme létale. Ils seront dotés d'un tonfa, un gilet pare-balles et une bombe lacrymogène. Une nouvelle force à laquelle est favorable Geoffroy Boulard, maire du 17e arrondissement, mais qui suscite de nombreuses interrogations. © Kenzo Tribouillard / AFP The Parisian municipal police is officially inducted on Monday. His first 154 agents will therefore arpeate the streets of the capital from Tuesday, and this without lethal weapon. They will have a tonfa, a bulletproof vest and a lacrymogenic bomb. A new force to which Geoffroy Boulard, Mayor of the 17th arrondissement is favorable, but which arouses many questions.

Anne Hidalgo had opposed years during years but it is finally put back. From Tuesday, Paris will also have his municipal police . Because unlike all other cities in France, the capital had never disposed of this force. The 154 first Parisian municipal police officers officially inducted on Monday, so will soon arpeak with the streets. And the goal is that the latter are several thousand by 2026, namely 3,400.

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yet nothing still seems on the side of the distribution of the workforce, as Geoffroy Boulard, Mayor LR of the 17th arrondissement and guest of Romain Desarres in Europe Midi. "I have no information on the number of agents who will actually be operational in the coming weeks," he surprised.

"After this communication operation cleverly orchestrated by the presidential candidate - Anne Hidalgo - who is in trouble in the polls, we finally have no concrete in the boroughs," he still regretted.

The necessity "of the field"

Despite this courac, Geoffroy Boulard welcomed this device and recognized that the Paris right has always been favorable to the presence of a municipal police. This municipal police, who will not be equipped with lethal weapon , will have at its disposal Tonfas, tear gas bombs and bulletproof vests. A finding that leaves the perplexed edile. "Having bulletproof vests but nothing to defend itself is still anachronistic and little logical," he said.

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It has also returned to the missions waiting for these agents. "This police must support the National Police, which manages the events or all the security topics of the Institutions of the Republic

or in terms of terrorism . So the municipal police must on his side control the regulations on space Public and all the incivilities of everyday life. But for that, it takes workforce on the ground, "said Geoffroy Boulard who finally said worried about the means deployed for these agents, while numerous questions remain.

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