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In order to best utilise human resources, the Public Security Department has decided to create a Monegasque civilian reserve, composed of young police retirees who will work close to schools. The measure has already come into effect.
Since Tuesday, May 2, three reservists have been working with the Collège Charles III, the Lycée François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré and the Technical and Hotel School. Their main mission is to ensure safety and security close to these facilities.
The on-the-spot reservists also offer an immediate point of contact with heads of schools for security and safety at any time of the day, in order to contribute to the prevention of all forms of violence.
The reservists’ work is carried out in close collaboration with the management team and the educational advisers of the schools concerned, who are the only ones empowered to manage the operation of the schools and the pupils for whom they are responsible. In the long term, all the schools in the Principality will benefit from this system.
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