Proximity security agents, numbering 6,000, are calling on the State to renew their contracts. They are on hold.
ASPs are listening to the State of Senegal. Their contract ended on December 31, but the state is slow to react to their fate. There are 6,000 of them calling on the authorities. Their spokesperson, who spoke on I-radio, invites the State to react.
The Proximity Security Officer is an assistant who commits, unilaterally, to serve his country, in a civic spirit.
The ASP contributes, in conjunction with the sovereign players (Police, Gendarmerie, etc.), to the implementation of local security governance.
The ASP hosts, monitors and controls access to the site on which it is deployed. The ASP is also called upon to strengthen the administrations in their public service missions.
Its civic engagement status distinguishes it from volunteering and employee.
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