Sevilla FCTOParty declared High Risk
ANDThe Sevilla derby that Sevilla and Betis will play the next Saturday at the Ramn Snchez Pizjun stadium (20.45 hours)concentrate about eight hundred people in the mission of ensuring securitybefore, during and at the conclusion of the match.
The subdelegate of the Government in Seville, Carlos Toscano,presided this Thursday the security meeting convened on the occasion of the derby, which as usual has been declared High Risk by the Anti-Violence Commission.
The device of theState Security Forces and Bodies (FCSE), with almost 350 troops, including a subgroup of cavalry, officials of the Provincial Information Brigade, a team of the Provincial Unit of Private Security or another of canine guides, as well as a helicopter, informed the Government Sub-delegation in a communiqué.
The agentswill monitor the vicinity of the hotels where the equipment is housed; the transfer to the stadium of teams, directors and referees; the transfer of the Betis fans to the Sevilla stadium and the entrance to the Snchez Pizjun and the development of the match.
Similarly,a phase called 'precrtica' has been planned from the night before the meetingand also once the meeting ends a 'post-critical' phase. Local Police, Fire and Civil Protection also allocate many troops, to which a patrol of the Autonomous Police Unit must be added to control the resale of tickets, as well as four ambulances with their corresponding staff of doctors, nurses and technicians of the 061
Likewise,the private security of Sevilla brings a high number of troops between security guards and auxiliaries, amounting to 380 people, in addition to specialized teams to neutralize pyrotechnic products.
The meeting also analyzed thenecessary security device for the Betis-Sevilla women's derby, which will take place on the same Saturday after 1 pmat the Benito Villamarn stadium. In this event, for which the last Wednesday had already sold about fifteen thousand tickets, another device was established with the participation of the National Police, Local Police, Attached Police and private security.