The comprehensive security plan of the General Command of the Sharjah Police, which was prepared during the days of Eid al-Adha in all cities of the Emirate of Sharjah, from July 19 to 23, succeeded in recording traffic accidents in the emirate with zero deaths, and the call center of the Central Operations Room dealt with 24 thousand and 57 phone calls between Emergency and non-emergency, in efficient and strategic coordination with the competent leadership authorities and strategic partners.
The Director of Operations Department at Sharjah Police, Colonel Jassim bin Hadda, said that the Central Operations Room received 24,057 phone calls across the emirate during the Eid holiday, including 21,40 phone calls via the number /999/ designated for emergency cases, while it received 3,017 non-emergency calls. On the number /901/, which included general inquiries and the police services provided, noting that all incoming calls, reports and inquiries were dealt with promptly, after being evaluated by the first responder, with the aim of ensuring the speed of movement to the communication site, in coordination with other police departments within Response time reduction range.
Al Naqbi, Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department at Sharjah Police, Lt. Col. Muhammad Alai, confirmed the success of the traffic plan developed and implemented by the department, with the participation of the various units of the Sharjah Police, by intensifying the presence of its security and traffic patrols in various areas, residential neighborhoods, internal and external roads and streets in the city and the eastern and central regions. Which constituted the success factor that was achieved in achieving “zero” deaths, which contributed to achieving the leadership’s goals in line with the Ministry of Interior’s strategy aimed at enhancing security and safety and making roads safer.