There seems to be very little within the Local Police force in Torrox which does not cause friction or controversy.
The working environment within the Local Police force in Torrox has not been a happy one for several years now, with claims and counter claims, disciplinary proceedings and complaints being made on a regular basis.
The conflicts within the Local Police force in Torrox continue unabated with the Police Union UPLB making criminal complaints against the Police Chief José Roque and Mayor Francisco Muñoz (PSOE) for the alleged crimes of trespass against the rights of workers and falsifying public documents.
The Málaga Public Prosecutor has opened a preliminary criminal investigation into possible forgery during the selection process to recruit four new Local Police officers.
Relations between the Local Police and the municipal authorities in Torrox have been strained, to say the very least, for several years now, so a new source of conflict comes as no great surprise.
Local Police officers in Las Cabezas de San Juan, Sevilla, have been busy bees, handing out 2,500 tickets in just four days, and there are only 5,000 cars in the entire municipality.
All is not well in the Local Police force in Torrox and it remains a hotbed of disputes, allegations and confrontations, a situation which has now been ongoing for the past five years.
The Nerja Local Police have begun a new series of road safety education classes at schools in the area, starting at the Virgen del Mar school in the barriada de Las Protegidas.
Nine Local Police officers in Sevilla have been cited as defendants and will appear in court next week in connection with bribery and corruption relating to towing and other services provided by the force.
A judge at the Administrative Court in Málaga has ordered Nerja Council to repay nine days unpaid salary, around €600, to a Local Police officer who had been suspended for using the internet for private purposes during working hours. There is no appeal against this ruling.