Lt. Col. Silvia Gil, at the suggestion of the Director General of the Civil Guard, Mara Gmez, will take command of the Civil Guard in Teruel, once assigned by the Secretary of State for Security, Rafael Prez. The lieutenant colonel will be the first woman to head a commandery in the corps.
Previously, Lt. Col. Silvia Gil was Commissioner of the United Nations Department in Colombia. Silvia Gil was promoted to lieutenant in 2001 after studying at the General Military Academy in Zaragoza and the Academy of Civil Guard Officers in Aranjuez (Madrid).
His first job as a lieutenant was the Vecindario post (Las Palmas); She was later transferred to the Department of Mountain Rescue and Intervention (SEREIM) in Cangas de Ons (Asturias) and was the first female officer in charge of a mountain area. She was also appointed captain of the transport sub-sector in Las Palmas, where she was also the sub-sector manager for the first time. and her last assignment as commanding officer was in the Technical Office of the General Management of the Civil Guard, where she was the promoter of the First Equality Plan in the Civil Guard.
Silvia Gil has degrees in law and a university degree in law and public administration, a diploma in general staff, a master’s in security, a master’s in gender studies and a doctoral candidate in feminism and gender studies, among others.
At the international level, she was Professor of Transport for the Palestinian Police under a bilateral cooperation agreement with AECID in the West Bank. Liaison Officer of the Civil Guard with the School of Officers of the French National Gendarmera (EOGN) in Melun; and Liaison Officer for the European Union Border Management Mission (EUBAM RAFAH) in Palestine.
He has various orders such as the Silver Cross and the White Marks of the Order of the Civil Guard and the Police Cross, as well as the Military Cross, the Royal Cross and the Military Order of San Hermenegildo. He also has the medal of the European Security and Defense Service.
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