Ajman Police officers visit a senior citizen.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
As part of a series of continuous efforts to enhance customer satisfaction and happiness the Ajman Police have launched a "to serve you" patrol for people of determination and senior citizens.
The service lauched by Colonel Sultan Bin Hareb Al Muhairi, Director of Vehicles and Drivers Licensing Department in the General Command of Ajman Police, aims to provide traffic services through the patrol in the homes of people of determination and senior citizens.
It will be added to the series of Ajman police innovations and accomplishments to enhance the satisfaction and happiness of the community.
The Commander-in-Chief of Ajman Police said that the "to serve you" patrol is the first at the level of police leaders in the country.
It hopes to facilitate them in obtaining the services provided by the police.
The patrol is specialised as a first stage in communicating with owners of vehicles with expired licences and reminding them to renew their vehicle ownership.
It also allows the police to move periodically to their homes to complete the service without the need to come to the center.
Licences, market and other services provided by drivers and vehicles licences will be provided in the next stage.
The Director of the Vehicles and Drivers Licencing Department explained that the Electronic Services and Communications Department of Ajman Police worked on preparing the patrol with all the devices and equipment necessary for the renewal of ownership of computers, property printer and electronic payment devices.
For his part, First Lieutenant Ali Muhammad Al Nuaimi, Head of the Vehicles Licencing Department in the Vehicles and Drivers Licencing Department and the owner of a periodic idea to serve you, stressed that the idea of the patrol came through the exercise of work tasks in the Traffic and Licensing Center.
This innovation aligns with the leader’s interest in the category of people of determination and senior citizens.
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