GARD From top-level sport to the management of the national police

GARD From top-level sport to the management of the national police
GARD From top-level sport to the management of the national police

The new deputy director of the Gard police was installed on Monday July 8 at the Nîmes police station.

It was at attention and in full “cagne” that the Gard police welcomed the new deputy director of the Gard police. Divisional Commissioner Fabien Inès arrives from Montpellier where he was in charge of organized crime at the judicial police. He replaces Anne Valla who has become the head of the police in Bastia.

Fabien Inès is a child of Nîmes since the number two of the national police in our department grew up in the Gard capital. A student at the Alzon Institute, then at the Daudet high school, the commissioner continued his higher education at Sciences Po, combining it with a very high-level sporting activity. The police officer is a former professional handball player for Usam from 1997 to 2004. In sport, he drew “a sense of usefulness and community“, underlines the man who, with Jean-Philippe Nahon, manages nearly 1,000 professional and reserve agents.

Having become a commissioner, Fabien Inès worked in police stations in the Paris region, such as in Trappes and Evry, where he was head of departmental security, before working for four years at the French embassy in Mexico. He then joined the PJ in Hérault.

It is therefore a return to the sources for the ex-Pjiste with a perfect knowledge of the territory and the issues of delinquency.

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