THIS COMING WEEKEND the Guardia Civil are holding an exhibition in the Port of Torrevieja, showcasing their equipment and the latest technology used in the field of public safety and crime prevention.
It’s your opportunity to meet local police officers first hand; the brave men and women who work tirelessly to keep our streets safe and provide our security every day.
The police force will be exhibiting their latest specialist vehicles, including their patrol cars and their new high-performance traffic motorcycles.
Visitors will be invited to take a detailed look inside their cars, and even sit in the vehicles and have their photo taken (perhaps the ultimate selfie opportunity).
The family friendly event will feature a show by the Guardia Civil K-9 Unit, illustrating how the police dogs are trained and how they work alongside their law enforcement handlers.
Local officers will demonstrate the unseen work and organisation that goes into the preparation for the citizen security patrols that provide a daily presence around the locality.
And the force’s Bomb Disposal Unit will be on hand, with the highly trained officers responsible for deactivating and analysing unexploded ordnance explaining their increasingly vital role in today’s society.
Guardia Civil: Torrevieja public open day, Sunday 20th May 2018
The law enforcement officers who serve the Guardia Civil are highly regarded as part of one of Spain’s most valued institutions, and alongside the Policia Nacional and Policia Local, provide safety and security throughout the country.
The open event takes place at the Port of Torrevieja this coming Sunday 20th May starting at 10:00am, with events and displays throughout the day until 6:00pm.
The LaZenia.com team will be there too!
Visiting Spain this summer? Check out our favourite things to do in the Costa Blanca’s beachside city of Torrevieja during 2018.
|10:00am||Exhibition opening ceremony|
|11:00am||Police dog demonstration|
|12:00pm||Bomb squad demonstration|
|1:00pm||Citizen security patrols presentation|
|5:00pm||Bomb squad demonstration|
|5:30pm||Citizen security patrols presentation|
|6:00pm||Police dog demonstration|