A vehicle’s tyre is being checked during the campaign.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Police General Directorate, together with the Traffic Awareness and Media Department, is continuing its tyre-safety awareness campaign for road travellers, in line with the Ministry of Interior’s objective of making the roads safe for users.
Captain Saud Al Shaiba, Acting Director of the Traffic Awareness and Media Department, said, “The tyre-safety campaign aims at raising awareness of road users on the importance of taking proper safety precautions when driving their vehicles.
Drivers must check the condition of tyres to prevent them from being worn-out by summer heat, as well as carry out regular inspections on their vehicles.”
He added that the campaign will carry on and cover multiple areas in the Emirate of Sharjah.
Rafid Automotive Solutions also took part in the ongoing campaign, where they offered free inspection of tyres for several vehicles to ensure they are in safe condition for long trips.
Free coupons for full vehicle inspections were distributed to ensure the safety of both drivers and passengers.
Multilingual pamphlets were also distributed on drivers to raise their awareness on regular tyres inspection before driving their vehicles.
Recently, Sharjah police unveiled a device broadcasting alert messages via radio waves to warn motorists to give way to police patrols, ambulance and emergency vehicles.
The move came as fulfilment of directives of Maj Gen Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, to harness cutting-edge technology with the aim to develop police’s capabilities.
It further goes in line with the Ministry of Interior’s strategy to enhance safety and security to ensure quick response to emergencies.
The newly launched device broadcasts warning messages to motorists in several languages via radio waves to alert them to make way for the patrol, and thus enable quick access to the emergency location.
The device broadcasts three recorded audio messages: the first alerts to the presence of a police vehicle approaching, the second alerts to the presence of a police car ahead, and the third to the presence of a police car approaching the intersection, urging to give way.
The gangsters reportedly attacked the shop, threatened the employees and stole money of different currencies that amounted to over Dhs2 million.
Sharjah Police have appealed to members of the society via their social networking platforms in Arabic and English for anyone who has information about the missing Indian boy, Mohammad Parvez, to contact on these numbers (80040 or 06-5943210).
As many as 70 inmates who have been waiting for air tickets and minor fines to pay will fly home within week as the arrangements are in the final phase. Arranging tickets and others have been made possible with the cooperation of community philanthropists, Pakistan Consulate in Dubai and Northern Emirates and more importantly the government officials.
In its keenness to maintain security and safety, and boost (reinforce) the positive behaviour of various segments of society, the Community Police Department of the Sharjah Police, in cooperation with Sharjah Charity International, have launched a joint campaign under the slogan “Aman Ya Ramadan”, which aim at spreading awareness about different traffic and security issues, and the ways to utilise the security services on smart applications.
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Two of the gang members came to take the narcotics upon the instructions of their leaders, Hareb said, adding that the suspects took out part of the narcotics estimated at 22 kilograms of crystal from the warehouse to a Sharjah industrial area to be hidden until new instructions would be received.