Forces charged with maintaining order. The city of Marbella, like the rest of Spain, is policed by 3 distinct entities:
Marbella Local Police.
It is a police force organized at the municipal level. The jurisdiction of the Local Police (Policia Local) supplement the work of the National Police Corps and extends to the management of urban traffic, parking, the protection of residents and their property, guarding municipal buildings, and the resolution of domestic conflicts, enforcing local ordinances and occurrences. The Marbella region is constantly patrolled by the Policia Local, who assign certain vehicles to specific beats all day and all night. They also collaborate with the National Police Corps by providing personnel to assist in crowd control, public demonstrations.
Find below the contact details in order to get in touch with the Local police or ‘Policía Local’ of Marbella:
Address: calle Juan de la Cierva 3
Telephone: +34 092 / +34 952 899 900
Policia Nacional Marbella.
The Spanish Ministry of the Interior employs the National Police (Policía Nacional) to deal with major crimes, threats, and hazards to the general public. They are also in charge of issuing passports, national identity cards, and alien registration cards.
The Marbella national police station is located on a wide avenue of the ring road, and behind the Parque de la Represa, the station is a modern building, where, in addition to being able to file complaints, all immigration procedures are resolved as well such as issues of passports and DNI. A few meters away and on the same sidewalk are also the new courts of Marbella.
In order to get in touch with the Policia Nacional in Marbella, dial +34 091.
The Guardia Civil, or Civil Guard, is a highly trained and specialized military unit with a wide range of responsibilities. Authorities in this category often deal with things like major traffic accidents, searches and rescues, criminal investigations, and counterterrorism.
Guardia Civil in Marbella may be reached at +34 062.
Marbella Home security.
Private Protection officers.
It is now commonplace to see a fleet of police vehicles in densely populated metropolitan areas and suburban neighborhoods. Private citizens and neighborhoods in Marbella often use security firms like Prosegur or SecuritasDirect to keep an eye on things around the clock.
Guards employed by such firms are highly trained professionals who often have prior experience in the police force, medical training, and even the legal right to possess guns. Some of the police vehicles have screens hooked up to neighborhood CCTV so that an eye can be kept on things at all times. Guards in communities that provide round-the-clock security work in shifts. Sometimes guards may even have dogs on patrol with them for added protection and assistance. Obviously, this allows them to traverse more ground and get to otherwise inaccessible places more rapidly.
Home Alarm Systems Guards at Work.
Now that we live at the height of modern technology, many people are choosing to protect their houses with cutting-edge devices. Numerous residents of Marbella pay yearly fees to reputable security firms like Securitas Direct, Prosegur, and ADT to ensure their safety.
Security cameras both inside and out, motion detectors, smoke detectors, perimeter sensors, floodlights, audible alarm speakers, doorbell cameras, blinds that can be locked and unlocked remotely, and more are all within reach. Some of the most common upgrades to a house are those listed above. The greatest aspect is that all of the firms are in regular touch with the police in your region, so they will be able to dispatch help to your home no matter when a problem arises- in or out.