This year in the Balearics, there have been 97 crimes committed per 1'000 inhabitants, well above the national average of 50 and the minister maintains that the primary problems is a serious lack of National Police and Civil Guard. He says that central government has neither taken into account the booming population and the resources need to police the millions of tourists which come to the region during the summer. We live from tourism and in order to continue doing so, we have to make sure they are safe, he said yesterday before adding that his department is busy trying to improve the levels of co-operation and co-ordination between the local and state security forces to maximise resources and manpower in a bid to reduce the crime rate while central government reaches some kind of decision.
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