The Head of State had announced in January the creation and deployment of 200 new gendarmerie brigades throughout the territory within the framework of the future orientation and programming law of the Ministry of the Interior (LOPMI).

“These new brigades – which will be fixed, relying on France services houses, or mobile, thanks to equipped vehicles”, explains the Elysée, “will offer residents public services such as filing a complaint or reception of victims and will strengthen the presence of law enforcement in peri-urban and rural areas”.

He must discuss Thursday “on the deployment of three of these new brigades in the department as well as on the actions carried out in terms of local security, in particular intra-family violence, the fight against narcotics, and action for the benefit of winegrowers in the presence of elected officials, associations and actors of the wine world”.

Three days before the first round of the legislative elections, this trip by Emmanuel Macron will be his fourth in France after his investiture for a second term, after that scheduled for Wednesday in Seine-Saint-Denis on young people’s access to sport, and those of last week on the hospital, in Cherbourg, and on the school, in Marseilles.