Colonel Jumaa Salem bin Suwaidan, Acting Director of the General Department of Traffic in Dubai Police, said that Dubai Traffic recorded 34,869 traffic violations through the “We are all police” program during the past seven months, including 8,976 violations recorded by military personnel, and 9,321 violations recorded by surveillance cameras. While the program received by telephone 16,572 observations of traffic violations by members of the public.
Colonel Juma bin Suwaidan indicated that the We Are All Police program relies primarily on the observations of community members, who use the roads on a daily basis, and may be exposed to situations that may threaten their safety and the safety of others, stressing that in such cases, communication is made directly with the (We are All Police) program from Through the toll-free number (901) or through the Dubai Police app and report the incident.
He explained that there are a number of road users who may be exposed to situations on the road that expose them or other people to danger from reckless drivers, as they can submit complaints and observations by calling All of us Police on the number (901) or through the Dubai Police application according to clear and specific controls. He pointed out that the observations recorded by the military or persons authorized by law are approved immediately, while the validity of the violations submitted by the public are verified, as they are subject to certain conditions, and a person cannot be violated immediately upon receiving a complaint against him, but he is contacted and informed Thus and alerting him to violate it in the event of recurrence.
Colonel Juma bin Suwaidan pointed out that the month of March issued a total of 5,822 violations, followed by June, 5,735 violations, then July 5,666 violations, then May 4,966 violations, while February witnessed 4,493 violations, and January saw 4,188 violations. April 3,999 violations were recorded.