The Marina and Resort Marina de Denia held on Thursday June 11 the II Training Day "Marina de Dénia" in Criminal Law 2015. Organized by the Local Police of Xàbia and Denia, is directed to the Security Forces of the Marina Alta: Local Police, National Police and Civil Guard.
The day, which will be inaugurated at 16: 30, will begin with a presentation by the Judge-Judge of the DENIA 3 Court of Instruction, Javier Reyes, who will talk about the general aspects of the criminal and procedural reforms in force and in draft. Next, the Chief Inspector of the National Police Corps, of the Citizen Security Brigade of Alicante, will present Practical Police Aspects of the New Organic Law for the Protection of Citizen Security.
In the 19 hours, Judge-Judge, head of the magistrate nº2 Denia, Lidia Paloma, offer Reform crimes against sexual freedom speech and property. Status of the victim. The day is also celebrated on Friday June 12 in the Casa de Cultura of Javea.
The head of the Dénia Local Police, José Martínez, thanked Marina de Dénia for his collaboration and ensures that "last year was a huge success of participation, completing the capacity in few days"Martinez explains that today,"the training of police officers is very important because of the changes that have been introduced in the Spanish Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Act".
With specificity Organic Laws 1 and 2 / 2015, 30 of March, to amend the Criminal Code in such important matters as the elimination of errors, and changes in sexual offenses, property, injury or gender violence will be addressed.
the closely related with the aforementioned Organic Laws Organic Law 4 / 2015, 30 March of the protection of public safety, is also addressed.
Finally, the amendments made in the Criminal Procedure Act and in particular by the new 4 / 2015 Act of 27 April, the standing of victims are also addressed. During 2015 Iran entered into force the previous laws with other projects currently in Parliament.
For his part, Gabriel Martínez, director of Marina de Dénia, said that "our port appreciates the work performed that day by day the Security Forces and therefore we support as relevant as the day we celebrate".