Prince Albert inaugurates new police station

The renovated headquarters of Monaco’s public security has been officially inaugurated by Prince Albert II.

The inauguration ceremony of the symbolic red and white building on rue Suffren Reymond took place Friday morning under the presidency of Prince Albert II, in the presence of Minister of State Pierre Dartout, Minister of the Interior Patrice Cellario, Contrôleur Général in charge of the Directorate of Public Security Richard Marangoni, members of the Public Security and esteemed authorities of the Principality.

The new police station is now housing Monaco’s public security. Photo by Monaco Life

The building was blessed by Father Julien Gollino, Chaplain of Public Security, followed by a visit to the main premises including the Operational Supervision and Command Centre and the Technical and Scientific Police laboratory.

“Richard Marangoni would like to send his warm thanks to all the women and men in uniform, in civilian clothes or administrative staff, who make up the ranks of the Monegasque police institution,” said the government in a statement.

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Main photo source: Government Communication Department