Kathrin Terörde wins e-bike at the Bridge Festival

The lucky winner of the raffle for the "Ibena Green Campus" project has been confirmed: Today, Raoul P. Schmid, Managing Director of LIST Develop Residential and organizer of the raffle, presented the winner Kathrin Terörde at BIKETOWN Bocholt with the high-quality ROSE Bikes brand e-bike. "I'm really looking forward to the e-bike, because I ride a lot of bicycles in Bocholt," says Terörde enthusiastically. The raffle started in early May with the Bocholt Bridge Festival, where LIST Develop Residential presented the future Ibena Green Campus in the kubaai area with an 3D model. The project developer from Essen was previously awarded the contract for the development of the district with his concept in an investor competition. In the context of the competition, LIST Develop Residential asked all visitors on site and on a dedicated website (www.ibena-green-campus.de) the model as well as more information can be found to make a brief statement on the project. The raffle of an e-bike was obvious: "The profit should be directly related to the new, car-free quarter. Anyone, young or old, can explore the Ibena Green Campus with an e-bike, "explains Schmid. When evaluating the statements, it then became clear that many citizens are enthusiastic about the concept for the new district. This is a great success for Schmid: "We are very pleased that the development of the Ibena Green Campus has been so well received by the population. I am sure that the project will create added value for the city. "Among other things, the participants stated that the future quarter would be a" huge win "for Bocholt and the preservation of the historical charm of the site was a key advantage of the project. Also Terörde is one of the proponents, for her the entire kubaai area is a great, modern project that represents the future way of life.Baustart in the coming yearThe development of the approximately 14.500 square meter area is to start in the coming year. True to the motto "green, car-free and full of life" there are created according to the designs of greeen! architects include 200 residential units for young and old as well as a KiTa, a large multi-storey car park, a cultural center with a cozy café and a spacious quarter room. Many green areas as well as small shops and restaurants, which make the campus a meeting place, follow this course. Another peculiarity is evident in the architecture of the planned project: "The site includes, among other things, the historic dust tower from the times of Bocholt textile production, which is the heart of the new district," says Schmid. [...]

Rioters turned out to be thieves

Bocholt (ots) - The police were reported on Sunday evening against 22.10 clock three juvenile rioters on the Ravardistraße, which were driven before the arrival of police on bicycles in the direction of Westend. Shortly before the Aa Bridge, police officers arrested the three youths and checked them as well as the accompanying bicycles, all of which were [...]

Theft in hospital / thief observed

Bocholt (ots) - On Sunday, a still unknown thief entered a patient room and stole cash from the wallet of non-present victims. The thief, who was accompanied by an approximately 5 year old boy, was observed and described as follows: Approx. 25 years old, about 175 cm tall, dressed in a traditional Islamic dress [...]

Cars scratched

Bocholt (ots) - In the time between Saturday, 00.30 clock, and Sunday, 09.00 clock, two cars were scratched on the mill road. The total damage is estimated at several thousand euros. The police are looking for witnesses. Please contact the Kripo in Bocholt (02871) 2990. [...]

More space for children in the daycare center on the Acacia Trail

In order to provide more "under-age" children with adequate space to develop in the future, KITA AKAZIENWEG will become an 4. Get group. The expansion includes a large group room with adjoining room, two relaxation rooms, a utility room and a nursing room. The U3 area is complemented by its own protected play area. In addition, the entire facility will be renovated and [...]

Bocholterin lawyer states: "Use of V-men of the police unconstitutional"

There is no legal legitimacy for the use of covert liaison officers for the police. This is the central result of a dissertation, which the Bocholterin dr. Anna Luise Decker at the Faculty of Law of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU) - the lawyer now works as a judge in Berlin. Their verdict on the secret work of the so-called liaison men (V-men) is clear: "Their use is unconstitutional." This writes the EMU in a press release. It continues: Anna Luise Decker was "more than surprised" than During her internship with a Berlin lawyer, she gained precise insights into the case of a Turkish coffee shop operator who was in close contact with a rather dodgy V police man. Her surprise escalated when the law student of the University of Münster learned of a similar case from Hamburg at that time - the events in Berlin even landed in the Federal Court of Justice. What both cases agreed with was the fact that the respective V-Mann missions took place "without any legal basis". "Madness, what's going on in this field," was Anna Luise Deckers conclusion. The 31-year-old Bocholterin wanted to know more. In her by Prof. Dr. Michael Heghmanns and Prof. Dr. Mark Deiter's doctoral thesis titled "The V-Man Use by the Police and the Protection of the Constitution", she examined the current practice of cooperation between private trustees and the police. The result: Unlike the use of V-men for the protection of the Constitution and covert police officers there is no legal legitimacy for the investigations of private individuals for the police. For understandable reasons no one knows how many V-men for the police behind the scenes watch. However, Anna Luise Decker suspects that their number is significantly higher than that of the incognito policeman. Because V-men have the great advantage that they are often well versed in the (criminal) milieu that they are to explore - unlike policemen who are quickly recognized as state employees for rockers, drug dealers or clan members even in a private cleavage Alone of this, says Anna Luise Decker, is the need for a legally unambiguous standardization. Because the hope for financial rewards or penalties were often "questionable mission motives" of the V-men - because of their "criminological profile" many of them had an "increased unreliability" on. And this with just one group, who legally qualify as "administrative assistants" and whose "enormous intervention intensity" is thus attributable to the state. In addition, all activities of police private spies "fundamental rights relevance." The chairman of the German Police Union (DPolG), Rainer Wendt, on the other hand, "can recognize no problem at all". The use of private V-people on the one hand by the passage to the security in the police laws of the countries, on the other hand by the "intervention general authorization" for the law enforcement regulated. "That's enough," emphasizes the DPolG chief on request. Admittedly, the previously dominant idea that the state should not act against laws was replaced by the principle that the state could only become active with one law. However, this change of perspective sometimes complicates the work of the police. He was convinced that the state should not be "artificially stupid". The missing legal basis criticized by Anna Luise Decker is "at most a phenomenon of the legal philosophy" - in practice, there are no problems whatsoever. The former EMU student, however, sees this completely differently. There are examples from criminal cases that defendants' lawyers, with reference to dubious actions by police V-men, have enforced a significant reduction in the number of their clients. For Anna Luise Decker it is clear that the legislator would be well advised to use the V-Mann in the Code of Criminal Procedure - for example, analogous to the use for the protection of the Constitution. And why does nothing happen? The Berlin judge can only speculate on this question. "Some speak dismissively of a fundamental right for criminals, others point to the delicate socio-political situation in which one should make it difficult to V-men missions in any case. In any case, it seems to be a hot iron. "[...]