Last Thursday was presented the book History of the Local Police of Dénia: 1873-2013. A snapshot of the Local Police of Spain, Jose Martinez Espasa, chief quartermaster chief of the local police in Denia.
The event took place in the Hall of City Hall and next to the author, took part in the presentation the mayor, Ana KringeThe Councilor for Citizen Security, Javier Ygarza, The senior judge of the judicial district of Dénia, Captain Javier Reyes and CEO Marina de DeniaGabriel Martínez.
To write this book, José Martínez Espasa (Xàbia, 1978), a graduate in Law and Criminology by profession, has changed his legal and criminological facet to enter his own police and, although it has been the work that has spent more time and dedication demanded, it has also been the most gratifying since “an appointment is made with History and each person and the institution are placed in the place they deserve,” according to Martínez Espasa's own words.
Jose Martinez Espasa life
Jose Martinez Espasa was incorporated into 2001 as agent to the local police in his hometown, Xàbia, 2007 and began directing the local police in Dénia, one of the youngest Chiefs of Police of Valencia and Spain.
He has written a book on the investigation of misdemeanors published in 2006 the Generalitat Valenciana and for which he won the First Prize for Police Studies Association of Chiefs of Police Local de Alicante (AJPLA).
In 2011 he collaborated with the chapter "Drugs and Traffic Safety" in the Manual to Combat Drugs published by Aranzadi and coordinated by Lieutenant Colonel of the Civil Guard Nicolas Marchal Escalona.
In addition to security articles he has taught numerous courses, lectures and conferences on matters related to the local police, and actively participates in the provincial Association of Chiefs (AJPLA) and National (Unijepol).