Richard Marangoni, Director of the Public Security, presented his greetings in the presence of the Sovereign Prince, the Minister of State Serge Telle, Patrice Cellario, Government Counselor Minister of the Interior, as well as many personalities, to the occasion of the traditional ceremony held in the Conference Room of the Oceanographic Museum.
The Sovereign Prince began his address by dedicating this ceremony to the memory of Captain Mathieu Launois, recently missing and unanimously appreciated for his human and professional qualities. He then said: “Mr. Director, you have just mentioned the mobilisation of 554 women and men who, within the Public Security, work daily to preserve the security climate that is so important to us and contributes so widely to the reputation of the Principality.
May each one of you here be thanked for this unfailing commitment. We all know that vigilance must not be relaxed in these tumultuous times, as the drama of Strasbourg’s Christmas market recently so cruelly recalled. I measure, believe it well, the increase of the charges which results for you.”
Richard Marangoni reminded that over the period 2017-2018 general crime had dropped by 10.43% and public delinquency by 22.44%. A trend that continues in 2018 with a decrease of 11.36% for general delinquency and 35.29% for delinquency of public road. The Director of Public Security then presented the figures revealing the strengthening of the Administrative Police in 2018, in line with the “Public Security 2020” plan, including:
- 521 Order Services (+ 1%)
- 6.785 Police engaged in the security services (+ 5%)
- 48,524 hours / civil servants (+ 10.5%)
- 9,060 interventions Police-Aid (+ 3%)