SAP-Fepol claims to reform the prevention system within public administration, although the doctor has been removed from his duties
A Barcelona court ordered the provisional release with charges from a doctor of the Interior Department of the Generalitat, Jorge Pdé, arrested on Friday by Mossos d’Esquadra for three alleged offenses of sexual abuse. According to police sources, the suspect may have committed these abuses in 2019 due to his profession as a doctor within the Interior Occupational Health Surveillance Service, three female Mosso agents.
Upon learning of this arrest, as reported by TV3, the Autonomous Police Union (SAP-FEPOL) believes that the detainee allegedly “attempted to attack the sexual freedom of our female companions as a doctor ( and therefore superiority).” “Therefore they hope that if a guilty verdict prevails, justice will be relentless and with the steadfastness necessary to repair the dignity of our comrades and all those victims. will act as it may today. Because if there is a clear objective for us is the compensation of all victims”.
The union recalls that Interior has “imposed precautionary measures on the doctor’s person and we are grateful that this has been the case. We appreciate that, for a few days, this doctor has been removed from the tasks he does.” Taking it out for all these years.” Despite this, he believes that “it is necessary to analyze how he has dealt with the victims and, as already transferred in writing to the Director General of Police on 13 May, address all those issues.” It is necessary to review and revise what has failed. Consistent and legal advice should be a basic, preferred and primary objective for all victims”.
Furthermore, despite alluding to the alleged responsibility of the detainee, UGT-Fapol points out that “With this necessary calm, we will be empowered to reform a system knowing how it has worked and the future.” To prevent cases of this, it is necessary to review it.” and rectify it quickly.” They wanted to express “the most complete sympathy, respect and admiration for the three victims who have currently filed the complaint, who have bravely decided to confront the author, some of them in public. has, in addition, suffered sexual abuse intended to encourage condemnation of other female victims who are at this time silently acting similar to those they have suffered”.
Finally, they point out that they make a direct helpline against sexual harassment available to Mossos partners because they believe there may be similar cases that “may remain in silence about those incidents.” Which should never have been done.”
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