Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi presents a certificate to Sergeant Ahmed Hassan Al Hammadi.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander in Chief of Sharjah Police, honoured Sergeant Ahmed Hassan Al Hammadi of the Traffic and Patrols Department, for helping one of the vehicle drivers whose vehicle suddenly broke down on Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Road.
This came after a resident thanked Sergeant Al Hammadi via a radio station, praising him for providing immediate and urgent assistance to him after calling the Central Operations Room at the of the Sharjah Police Command, reporting that his vehicle suddenly broke down on the highway.
Major General Al Shamsi praised the act of Sergeant Al Hammadi, stressing that it reflects the Sharjah Police’s keenness to provide assistance to all members of the society, and rapid response to all situations, to ensure and achieve public safety.
“Al Hammadi is an honoruable model for police officers, and his act reflects our dedication to the job,” Al Shamsi added.
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