The Government Delegate recalls the figure of William Miranda from the human level and as a promoter of projects I Levante and Social Integration Centre
The Government of Spain is pursuing the work of the Prison Lift I and the Centre for Local Integration
Levante Center I have an investment exceeding 114 million euros and will have 1,008 residential and 186 additional cells and is expected to create 500 jobs.
The Government Delegate in Murcia, Rafael González Tovar, has announced plans to lift the Prison I, which is being built in Campos del Rio, with an investment of close to 114 million euros, and allow more than 1000 domestic natural or residence within the Community, currently serving a sentence, can do in your community, be finished next year.
González Tovar, has indicated that this new prison will occupy an area of more than 46,600 meters have of 1,008 square cells and 186 additional residential and has a provision to create 500 jobs.
In this regard, stressed that this is a modern building, which merges functionality with security and community both workers and their domestic and family.
It also noted that the Center complies with environmental regulations and has the most advanced technology for greater efficiency, and promotes the rational use of resources such as water, energy and power using renewable energy.
The Government Delegate has pointed out the important work and professionalism of Guillermo Miranda, former Director of the Prison, which has praised his unwavering commitment to implement these two important projects, and strive to provide the best conditions for the reintegration of inmates.
The CIS of Murcia with 306 seats and will have an investment of 11.9 million euros
Moreover, the Government Delegate in Murcia, Rafael González Tovar, explained that work on the Social Integration Centre in Palmar bearing the name "Guillermo Miranda" represents an investment of 11.9 million euros and will with 306 seats, which comes to meet the needs of prison places in third grade that accurately Prison in Murcia.
In this regard, stressed that this center will allow the serving of sentences in an open and covered in open, and the necessary number of seats for carrying out work on behalf of the Community.
Specifically, this work has been sponsored by the Sociedad Estatal de Infraestructuras and Correctional Facilities (SIEP) as part of the expansion and establishing prisons 2005-2012 Ministry of Interior, Council of Ministers approved in 2005.
González Tovar, stressed that the Centre is expected to be completed later this year and will have different units and areas of access and control from where it communicates with the exterior, interior and office area.
Also, the General Housing, which projected 152 rooms, some of them accessible to persons with reduced mobility, and consists of 3 separate buildings with 14 rooms per floor.
It also will include an area consists of dining room and cafeteria, with a trade for food preparation, catering commissary and an area for vending machines or vending.
In addition to this, the occupational area has a TV room, games room, 2 lecture halls, library, gym and toilets and changing rooms, in addition to an area consisting of an area Assistive health and welfare, etc. .
The Government Delegate in Murcia recalled that to achieve a sustainable architecture of the Centre has implemented an Environmental Monitoring Plan, implemented by SIEP, which allows control and monitoring of various activities of the conditions likely to produce work on the environment natural emissions such as dust, noise and vibration, waste water discharges, waste generation, etc..
Sentence Enforcement Working Community Benefit
The Government Delegate in Murcia, Rafael González Tovar explained that the Government of Spain has opted for major changes to improve qualitatively and quantitatively the prison system, and this has encouraged collaboration between national authorities.
This, he explained, under the coordination of the Ministry of Interior and with the participation of the Government Office, the Federation of Municipalities, the Superior Court of Justice, to promote the supply of places for enforcement of penalties for work on behalf of community.
In this regard, stressed that it is constructive work activities, equipment and public, that promote rehabilitation and social reintegration of those who have committed a minor criminal offense.
On the other hand, has very highly the work that the new Director of the Prison, Francisco Marín, made a great effort to promote and develop activities that contribute to improving the conditions of inmates, from the Spring 2009 Cultural Series, the Championship Football this past winter, "Guillermo Miranda" and the recent Week of Rock.
Recognition for staff over 25 years of professional experience on the Feast of Mercy
González Tovar with the Director of the Prison, Francisco Marín, has been charged to deliver the diplomas and commemorative plaques to 7 staff have developed their professional work for 25 years and they are: D.
Manuel Ángel Fernández Martínez, D.
Francisco Ángel García Wheeler, D.
Antonio Alcaraz Martínez, D.
Juan Bautista Flores Delgado, D.
Ramón García Segado, D.
Jesús Sáez Francisco Martinez, and D.
Manuel Gonzalez Blas.
It has also made delivery of 3 degrees and 3 plaques and honors courses to 3 staff granted by the Secretary General of Prisons, which are: Pedro Fernández Obradors, Juan Nicolás García and Sofía Álvarez González.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia