Sziget – Police running crime prevention point at festival
Patrols are also operating around the island and at traffic junctions, Gergely Fulop told a press conference held at the crime prevention point on Wednesday.
The police are deploying officers who speak several languages at the point, he added.
Staff of the national immigration directorate are also available at the crime prevention point between 1pm and 7pm to help foreigner visitors who have lost their personal ID.
Fulop warned festival-goers not to leave their valuables in tents and to use lockers and lockable boxes available on the festival grounds instead.
Any complaints can be made to the Budapest 3rd district police station, and police at the crime prevention point will provide directions.
Meanwhile police officers patrolling the river on jet skis can come to the aid of anyone in trouble within minutes.
Also, the BRFK is running a recruitment point for border agents, he said.