THE Olive Press is launching a campaign to bring drink-spiking into the public eye.
Working alongside public bodies, including Marbella Town Hall, we aim to bring the issue further into the open.
The campaign was launched after we joined forces with Marbella’s new official radio station Mi Marbella, and the town hall’s foreigners department (SATE).
Moving forward, we hope that other town halls and police forces – in Mijas, Fuengirola and Estepona, for example – will follow our lead and start to compile records and statistics, to bring the crime on the public’s radar.
Ultimately, the Olive Press wants to be at the sharp end in a bid to unite the Costa del Sol to crack down on this despicable crime.
We have three aims: more statistics, better policing and better advice.
We hope you will join us in our call to action.
The coast depends on it.
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