Création du « Comité Monaco Société Sécurité Privée » et du « Comité Monaco Hôtel Sécurité »
As part of the “Monaco, a safe city” plan, the Police Department recently organised two working meetings, chaired by Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, and attended by Police Commissioner Richard Marangoni and members of his general staff, Georges Sangiorgio, representing Monegasque private security firms, and Alberte Escande, representing the Principality’s hotels.
Following the example of the Monaco Luxury Sector Security Committee, which was established in June 2019, these meetings resulted in two new committees being set up: the Monaco Private Security Sector Committee and the Monaco Hotel Sector Security Committee.
The establishment of these committees is part of the Police 2020 strategy, within which the “Monaco, a safe city” plan involves a comprehensive review designed to improve security practices among socio-economic partners to develop a shared relationship based on prevention.
The project leader, Chief Superintendent Christophe Haget, presented the current and future objectives and highlighted the need to strengthen the partnership between the Police Department and socio-economic actors in the Principality on security issues. Over the coming months, a website will be published to improve interaction between the Monegasque police and the members of the various committees. The number of these committees is set to increase during 2021, covering additional branches of the economy.