the Spanish Society of Criminology and Forensic Sciences Álvaro Martínez Arroyo, president of the GREM cave and mountain rescue group of the Dog Rescue Unit of Castile and León, was honored with Diploma And Gold badge For perseverance in recognition of years of work at the Spanish Society of Criminology and Forensic Sciences.
The years were reflected in the various works carried out jointly, such as statistical work on missing persons and missing person profiling work.
Delivered on Faculty of Law, University of Valladolid Yesterday, December 15, 2023, at 6 pm, at the academic and scientific ceremony on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the entity.
A party he attended Criminologists From all over Spain in which prominent figures such as professors and doctors of law were awarded the Orders of the Association such as Alfonso Serrano Mailo, Professor at the University of Criminal Law and Criminology, National University of Distance Education and Ricardo Manuel Mata Martín, Professor of Criminal Law and Prison Law at the University of Valladolid.
Manuel Javier Peña EcheverríaCommissioner of the National Police, who was Commissioner of the Province of Burgos and Chief of Police of Castile and León and co-founder, W Aitor M. Curiel Lopez de Arcota forensic physician and co-founder, received medals for their service.
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