Sports: Is insecurity more and more present in France?

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À Grenoble, Nantes, Strasbourg, Dijon... Les habitants se disent, pour certains, être en situation d'insécurité dans leur ville et montent au créneau pour lutter contre l'augmentation des violences. Pour Matthieu Valet, porte-parole du Syndicat indépendant des commissaires de police, l'insécurité est engendrée par le trafic de drogue. © Estelle Ruiz / Hans Lucas / Hans Lucas via AFP in Grenoble, Nantes, Strasbourg, Dijon ... The inhabitants say they are in a situation of insecurity in their city and go up to the niche to fight against 'Increased violence. For Matthieu Valet, spokesperson for the independent union of police commissioners, insecurity is generated by drug trafficking.

Is insecurity on every street corner? According to the recent events that mark French news, the insecurity felt by the French is increasing. On Saturday, a shooting broke out in a bar in a district of Grenoble and followed a chase with the police. in Nantes, the inhabitants and the traders demonstrated on Saturday against the rise of violence, after several various facts. In Strasbourg, a petition denounced growing insecurity in the city. And in Dijon, drug trafficking is constantly increasing.

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According to the police, insecurity is caused by drug trafficking.

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The situation is not unpublished

"We have neighborhoods which are put under the cleaver of the thugs and dealers which control the Entrance of the inhabitants by identity checks in the blocks of buildings, which generate settling of accounts by street transactions, by grid districts, by inhabitants who are taken hostage ... We will still take a very long time Eradicate [these deals points], you close one, another open, "says Matthieu Valet, spokesperson for the independent union of police commissioners.

The public authorities know this and have emphasized the fight against drug trafficking. But what the French note is above all the explosion in the number of attacks on people. "You have your child who takes the lead on social networks with another child, at the playground, he can take a stab. You come across an individual on the road to whom you refuse priority, you Can you punch or a stab, "lists the spokesperson.

Free violence has increased by more than 25%

"After, there are inquisitive violence, those where in the street a thug snatch your handbag, the collar, the mobile phone. We can see that the daily life of People today, it is violence to people, whether they are free or [whether they are] to steal valuables, "regrets Matthieu Valet.

According to data from police prefectures, free violence increased by more than 25% in the first half of 2022 compared to last year.

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