The Independent Trade Union and Civil Servants Central (CSIF-Canarias) has denounced this Sunday a riot that took place at the end of last May in the Valle Tabares juvenile centerin Tenerife, in which two guards were injured.
In a statement, CSIF Canarias points out that the situation in this center “is already unbearable”, since the brawls are “continuous” and there are obvious “deficiencies” in terms of security, to which are added the “dire conditions” in which private security personnel carry out their work.
He criticizes that the management, “far from alleviating these problems, leads this group to experience situations of increasing risk while they look the other way and continue with their whims by applying an ineffective security system that is called into question.”
As a consequence of this “repeated non-compliance” with the center’s disciplinary regime, on May 29, “a riot was triggered, with action and intervention by the National Police.”
This “unfortunate event” caused “serious injuries”, one of whom received several stitches on his head.
CSIF-Canarias points out that “the virulence and aggressive and excessive attitude” of the inmates “endangers the integrity” of the security guards.
The company’s safety committee Valle Tabares juvenile center He held a meeting with the person in charge of this department to convey his complaints and concern “before what was seen to be happening.”
CSIF-Caanrias calls on the Ministry of Social Rights, Equality, Diversity and Youth to restore the security measures that affect this detention center for minors.