Ireland Montereau-Fault-Yonne: Mathilde Geai, the commissioner for all challenges

21:00  02 july  2020
21:00  02 july  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Here she is almost surprised and above all very moved by all these honors, on this Thursday morning she officially becomes the new police commissioner of Montereau-Fault-Yonne, installed in the courtyard of the police station by Philippe Justo, the departmental director of Public Security of Seine-et-Marne.

And above all proud of her extraordinary career and happy to take on this first position where, on September 1, she will be head of the new district which will bring together the police stations of Montereau-Fault-Yonne and Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne. She will thus head 165 police officers.

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At 40, Mathilde Geai has just graduated from the National Police College. Her career did not follow a straight course, especially since she ended her education at 17, in first class. A woman of challenges, she ended up daring to realize her dream, despite the difficulties she encountered.

“I worked in sales, hotels and restaurants. But I always wanted to join the police, she explains. Nine years ago, I passed a first competition which I succeeded to be an agent specialized in technical police. Three years later I spent another one to become a technician of the technical and scientific police ”.

The rodeos, “a ready-made dossier with no response”

Mathilde Geai finally takes a sabbatical leave to prepare for the competition for commissioner, one of the most difficult in the public service. Here she is, three years later, appointed head of the Montereau police station. “It's a new page that opens personally. But also professionally because it is a job creation. I have everything to do, rejoices this dynamic and eternally smiling woman. It's a nice challenge. ” One more.

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From this non-linear course, she learned to look straight ahead without worrying about the gaze of others, as evidenced by her tattoo above her right ankle and her patent high heel pumps, not very regulatory.

Originating from Le Mans (Sarthe), this travel enthusiast, mother of three children, already knows the south of the department since she spent the last three months of internship in Fontainebleau and Montereau-Fault-Yonne.

She has therefore already been able to understand the expectations of the inhabitants of Montereau-Fault-Yonne in the face of rodeos of scooters and motorcycles that exceed them. “The ideal is to confiscate the devices in question. But it is of course out of the question to engage in a chase with the drivers, she insists. At the moment we are seeing few. Unfortunately, when we are called, by the time we arrive, there is no one left. If it always comes back to the same place we can consider going around the neighborhood with staff to dissuade them from coming. But it is a dossier in which there is no ready-made answer. ”

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A Stups group and a family protection brigade

Mathilde Geai will also look at speeding in urban areas. "We will be able to carry out reinforced control operations with the municipal police or with the bikers of the public order service of the department," she says. I also know that my teams are asking for training on road checks ”.

Drug trafficking will obviously be a major area of ​​work. “There is a huge job to do. We are going to create a group of four police officers who will be dedicated solely to that, ”she announces. Five other police officers will join a family protection brigade responsible for intervening in cases of domestic violence and domestic violence. "There will be an awareness of the workforce to take complaints," adds Mathilde Geai. I know they are willing and motivated. ”

Already highly appreciated by her colleagues and superiors, she is committed to "leading people upwards". “To be a commissioner is to be the captain of the ship while remaining attentive,” she underlines.

Aware of the “complicated” image of the police vis-à-vis citizens, Mathilde Geai wants to prove that the police are “at the service of the public”. "I wish to be there for the inhabitants," she insists. And for that, it is important to develop partnerships with mayors and associations ”.

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