Making the Pilar de la Horadada municipality a safer place to live in is the purpose of a new initiative launched by the local council called Un Pilar Seguro, with the emphasis on cutting crime and increased local security.

Measures include the possible installation of road safety cameras, in addition to increasing the number of warning signs and making pedestrian crossings luminous, like in the recent case of the crossing by the municipal sports centre.

In terms of fighting crime, the authority says that they are increasing night police patrols in Pilar, Pinar de Campoverde and on the coast, and they are encouraging residents to call the police if they see or hear anything that might be suspicious.

Information campaigns are set to be launched, and more police checkpoints are to be introduced to trap motorists over the drink and drug limit, as well as those that don’t have the appropriate documentation or are not using seat belts.

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