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Sharjah Police will deploy Anjad patrols throughout the emirate to ensure the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s celebrations run smoothly.
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Sharjah: Sharjah Police have developed extensive plans to provide rock-solid security for New Year’s and New Year’s celebrations in several locations across the emirate and to ensure smooth traffic flow in the city as well as parts of the city. eastern and central emirate. Police deployment will be stepped up in various celebration venues, including the fireworks display at Al Majaz waterfront and the music event at Khor Fakkan Amphitheater.

Brigadier Dr Ahmed Saeed Al Naour

Sharjah Police, along with the Department of Civil Defense, are taking all necessary measures to ensure the safety of traffic and pedestrians during the New Year celebrations and to respond to any emergencies. Police said patrols from Anjad will be stepped up across the emirate during New Year’s celebrations to regulate traffic. Brigadier Dr Ahmed Saeed Al Naour, Director General of Sharjah Police Central Operations and Chairman of the Executive Committee for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management in the Emirate, said: and the operations control room is equipped and ready to take calls from residents during the holidays, whether related to traffic problems, crime or misconduct throughout New Year’s Eve and during the New Year holidays. Ambulances and rescue teams will be on alert in all areas of the emirate and Anjad patrols will regulate the flow of traffic in crowded places. Police patrols will also be stepped up in areas with parks and tourist spots likely to experience traffic congestion in and around them.

Brigadier Al Naour urged motorists to be especially careful when driving in residential areas and to reduce their speed near areas with crosswalks. He warned parents against letting their children burst firecrackers, which could harm them and others. He urged families to watch children so that they do not play with guns and sharp objects.

He said all precautionary measures have been put in place to ensure the safety, health and safety of all residents and visitors in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Call to obey the rules

Brigadier Al Naour called on all members of society to abide by laws and regulations as well as precautionary measures and police directives. The public has been urged to follow Sharjah Police’s official social media accounts to stay informed of alerts and instructions that will be posted periodically on social media. He advised the public to dial 999 for emergencies only and 901 for all other inquiries and non-urgent cases.

Monitoring and control

Brigadier Al Naour informed that the Sharjah Police General Command has asked all its departments to follow and monitor gatherings in places that witness large crowds, to ensure that everyone respects the distancing social and precautionary measures that have been put in place in the country to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Security in the Eastern Region

Col Sami Khamis Al Naqbi

Brigadier Al Naour said all security and traffic arrangements for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s celebrations in Khor Fakkan have been completed. The Khor Fakkan Amphitheater will be the venue of the main event, in Hala Khor Fakkan, and it will be organized in close coordination with the Sharjah government media office.

He also noted that the ban on entry of trucks and other heavy vehicles to Khor Fakkan will be extended from 5 pm on Thursday, December 31 until 3 am the next day; and from 5 p.m. on Friday January 1, 2021, until 1 a.m. the next morning.

Sharjah’s civil defense is ready

Colonel Sami Khamis Al Naqbi, director general of the General Department of Civil Defense in Sharjah, said the department has completed all arrangements related to securing events and activities around New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Year.


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