Asaja Cartagena honors civil guards have ‘gates to the field’
The three members of the research team ROCA (Burglaries in the Field) Cartagena Civil Guard were distinguished by Asaja Cartagena on La Palma thanks to a year that have reduced crime and theft at one eighty percent.
As explained by the president of Asaja Campo de Cartagena, Manuel Martinez Meroño, “ROCA members of the team have investigated and resolved cable theft, droppers, watermelon and lamb. They are the best in the region and, perhaps Spain “. Martinez Meroño alluded to José Antonio Pérez Muñoz, Jaime Jimenez Vicente Francisco Conesa and Bath, ROCA team members, who were honored by farmers as a sign of gratitude for the work they have done in their first year of operation, figures that leave you well illustrated, as they have reduced 80% theft in the fields (and 20% remaining almost all are resolved), recorded in the year 2014 total 159 held in more than one hundred performances.
The head of Asaja in Campo de Cartagena, with Secretary General of Asaja Murcia, Alfonso Gálvez Caravaca, and local management Juan José Marín (vice president) Felipe Soto and Francisco (treasurer) analyzed in the Assembly of Asaja Campo de Cartagena the situation in which is the Cartagena agriculture qualifying as “difficult and complicated”, before “the great competition in international markets by third countries, with very low production costs, without phytosanitary controls and a lower quality than ours “.
In this act, Civil Guard was represented by Colonel-chief area of the Region of Murcia, José Ortega; the captain of the company Cartagena, José Antonio Muñoz; and Deputy Lieutenant Juan Sánchez