Abu Dhabi Police called on parents to double control over children during the summer vacation, calling for them not to be distracted by them and protecting young people from the dangers of extortion and abuse via the Internet, social networking and electronic games, such as cases of bullying, threats, harassment, and luring young people to share their photos and data and implicating them in immoral activities.
And she warned against subscribing or buying electronic games online, not disclosing credit card details in order to preserve its confidentiality, purchasing through trusted sites that apply safe controls, and using a bank card with a limited balance so that they are not vulnerable to fraud and piracy, which leads to the deduction of monthly amounts from the bank card. .
And she urged the community to be vigilant in dealing with the websites of those electronic games that are popular with children and adolescents and may drain more money to complete the stages of these games, which puts pressure on parents, in addition to the danger that these sites often access bank card information.
She stressed the need not to deal with fake and untrustworthy electronic stores that may lure customers into fraud by stealing their money through their bank cards or bank accounts.
She explained that the Aman service is a security communication channel that receives information (security, societal and traffic) and works around the clock and allows community members to contribute in turn to preventing crimes before they occur in complete secrecy through the available communication channels such as the free number 8002626 (AMAN2626) or by text messages (2828). ) or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or through the smart application of the Abu Dhabi Police General Command.