Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi met this evening via videoconference with the mayors, prefects and quaestors of Rome, Naples and Milan.
During the meeting, Piantedosi also announced the resources that will be assigned for 2023 to the three metropolitan cities to improve urban safety.
In particular, a total of 6.5 million euros will go to Rome, 3.7 million euros to Milan and 4.6 million to Naples.
During the meeting with the mayors, prefects and quaestors of Rome, Naples and Milan chaired by Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi, the first results of the initiatives already started to improve security in the three largest urban areas of the country, within the framework of the forum last December.
Piantedosi recalled the directive of 18 March sent to the prefects of Rome, Naples and Milan to intensify control activities in the areas adjacent to the railway stations, ensuring a strengthened and visible presence of the police forces and offering a more effective response to the need of protection in areas where the perception of insecurity is widespread.
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The owner of the Viminale thanked for the collective effort put in place, underlining the first results of the extraordinary operations already carried out.
From 16 January to 27 March 11,413 units of the police force were employed, in addition to 981 belonging to the municipal police forces of Rome, Milan and Naples and 1,179 employees of other entities (public companies, labor inspectorate, local health authorities).
103,135 people were checked, of which 29,535 were foreigners, with 276 people arrested and 1384 reported.
The checks also involved 12,737 vehicles and 2,828 public establishments, where 456 undeclared or irregular workers were identified.
297 foreigners were expelled, of whom 58 were accompanied to detention centers for repatriation.
As a result of the police activity,
198 personal prevention measures have also been ordered, as well as 43 compulsory exit papers and as many as 155 bans on access to urban areas.
3321 administrative violations were also ascertained, in addition to 617 of a fiscal nature.
Furthermore, money, counterfeit or unsafe goods (including food, clothing, toys and other products), drugs, vehicles and weapons were seized.