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Crime Nice: What is the "local delinquency treatment group" which has just been set up?

22:20  30 june  2020
22:20  30 june  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The violence at the start of at least June in Liserons district accelerated the deployment of a new tool in the fight against drug trafficking to Nice . And it is committed against "this scourge" that the public prosecutor, accompanied by the prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes and the mayor, announced the launch of a local group for the treatment of "narcotic" delinquency (GLTD).

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The GLTD has four main objectives: exchange and sharing of information, traffic locator and judicial action. All with the collaboration of the police, gendarmerie, customs, financial administration and social landlords.

Creation of a local crime prevention group on drug trafficking. Thank you to the prosecutor @ XavierBonhomme1 and to @ prefet06 for having responded positively to my request to provide a firm response to the traffickers. # Nice06 pic.twitter.com/CCSD276pug

- Christian Estrosi (@cestrosi) June 30, 2020 “To respond to the concerns of the population”

This device, also tested in Nantes and more recently Dijon is thematic, focused on narcotics and not geographic. "Its main purpose is to be in Nice, but I wanted to involve the gendarmerie because the traffickers do not stop in Nice," said the public prosecutor, Xavier Bonhomme.

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"When I arrived in Nice, I was alerted by the need to start actions in neighborhoods of Nice faced with drug trafficking that generates insecurity," he explains. Same story with Christian Estrosi who evokes the "concerns of the population" in "certain neighborhoods like Liserons, Ariane, Las Planas, Les Moulins, René Cassin or even rue Trachel".

This device should also open the way to a "hardening of the criminalization of drug users", confirms the public prosecutor at the press point on Tuesday.

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