| The mayor of the town and the colonel of the 5th Zone of the Civil Guard have signed the procedure for telematics today collaboration and coordination between this town hall and the Ministry of the Interior | José Vélez indicates that there are already 14 municipalities in the Region of Murcia that have joined VIOGEN and encourages the rest to promote their incorporation into this system The Government delegate, José Vélez, has expressed his satisfaction for the incorporation of the Beniel City Council into the VIOGEN system of the Ministry of the Interior for the protection of victims of gender violence after signing the mayor herself, MŞ Carmen Morales, online today.
and the colonel of the 5th Zone of the Civil Guard, Jesús Arribas, the collaboration and coordination procedure between this city council and the Ministry of the Interior. "Gender Violence is an absolutely priority state policy for the Government of Spain, and for this reason, from the Government Delegation we continue to promote all those actions aimed at combating this social scourge in collaboration with all administrations.
And if yesterday we announced the transfer of almost four million euros to the Autonomous Community for the development of the State Pact, today we strengthen municipal cooperation and coordination to provide more resources to the town of Beniel in the fight against gender violence, "said Vélez.
The Government delegate recalled that with this there are already fourteen the municipalities of the Region of Murcia incorporated into VIOGEN: Beniel, Abarán, Alhama de Murcia, Blanca, Bullas, Calasparra, Caravaca de la Cruz, Cehegín, Lorca, Moratalla, Puerto Lumbreras ,Santomera, Totana and Yecla. "I encourage other localities to request their incorporation into a system that has already been very effective in creating a network for the rapid, comprehensive and effective monitoring and protection of women and children victims of gender violence, in which The institutions responsible for providing assistance and security to the victims are integrated, facilitating the transmission of the information necessary to monitor the protection measures, the situation of the victim and the circumstances of the aggressor, "said the Government delegate.
. In this way, the Beniel Local Police and the Civil Guard will share information and resources, and will establish basic criteria for collaboration and coordination that will make it possible to optimize human and material resources to guarantee effective compliance with judicial measures to protect victims of gender violence. José Vélez thanked the coordination work carried out by all the institutions, reflecting the commitment of the State Security Forces and Bodies, the Local Police and the Beniel City Council, with the mission of protecting the free exercise of rights and freedoms, establishing in guarantors of our Rule of Law. "As a public official, it is very gratifying to see how this government, despite the difficulties and the context in which we find ourselves, continues to serve as a priority the needs of the most vulnerable groups," concluded the government delegate. VIOGEN is a computer system that the Secretary of State for Security of the Ministry of the Interior put into operation on July 26, 2007, in compliance with the provisions of LO 1/2004, on Comprehensive Protection Measures against Gender Violence, with the following objectives: -To bring together the competent public institutions in matters of gender violence. -Integrate the information of the cases. -To carry out the monitoring and protection of victims. -Make risk prediction. -Adopt preventive measures in the event of incidents or events that may endanger the integrity of the victim.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia