In the morning the mayor of Sewell, Joaquín Buendía, received at City Hall, the new head of the Commissariat of National Police in our town, Alberto Juan Benavente-García, inspector officially presenting, following his appointment and swearing of it, replacing the previous chief, Pedro Salvador Cano, who after ascending to approve and Commissioner, is already in Madrid performing the previous course, waiting for the Commissioner to which it is intended.
The presentation was also attended by the head of the Local Police in Sewell, Alfonso Garcia and other officers of the National Police sub-inspector in our population.
Juan Alberto Benavente-Garcia Tudela, holds a degree in Police Science and graduated in Geography and History.
He joined in 1992 as inspector-student at the School of Police of Avila.
In 1995 totals inspector and in 2010 a chief inspector.
He has been assigned as head of Aliens in the police station in Arrecife (Lanzarote), head of the Judicial Police of Orihuela (Alicante), head of Homicide Police Headquarters of Murcia, current negotiator in kidnappings and critical incidents with and without hostages Murcia, and finally head of the Technical Office of the Police Headquarters of Murcia.
The first official acts and what will next Monday, 3 October, with the celebration of the feast of Police Day, as the two days its patron, the Guardian Angels.
At 12 am, in the Church of San Pedro, Mass will be held and subsequently one o'clock the official ceremony will be held, with the presentation of awards in the "Infanta Elena" Cultural Center.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla