A police officer warns a resident regarding COVID-19 violations in Sharjah.
Mahmoud Ads, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Police have allocated a number of platforms to report violations regarding the non-compliance with the preventive and precautionary protocols in place to combat the spread of the COVID-19 and to maintain the health and safety of citizens and residents in the emirate.
The Police called on members of the society to report the violations they see via the 901, “Haris” service on the Sharjah Police smart app, or firstname.lastname@example.org
People can share or report any violations that could harm the public health or any form of negligence and recklessness via the channels mentioned above, so as to help the authorities curb such irresponsible acts that threaten safety of others.
The channels received all reports, transgressions and actions that endanger the health and safety of community members as a result of negligence and recklessness, which lead to violators being subjected to penalties and legal violations.
The Sharjah Police stated that non-compliance with wearing masks, and gatherings top the list of reports received through the reporting platforms that have been made available to the public, stressing the need to adhere to precautionary measures, and to report violations and abuses through its channels designated for individuals so that deterrent legal measures are taken against violators.
In addition, the police announced that a crisis cell has been entrusted to manage the issues related the COVID-19 pandemic by dealing with the emergency reports they receive via (email@example.com , 901 and Haris) 24/7.
The communication channels witness great public interaction as a result of the spread of awareness of the social responsibility that falls on the shoulders of individuals to limit the spread of the virus, and the need to join hands with the efforts made by the police in stressing the commitment to preventive measures with the aim of preserving a safe society.
The Sharjah Police also indicated that the violations of non-compliance with wearing masks and gatherings, topped the list of reports received through those platforms that have been made available to the public around the clock.
The Police asks public to abide by the rules to prevent coronavirus, as every resident is an important part of the community.
With the onset of the pandemic, there is a constant concern for transparency and openness towards the society on the basis that it is a partner in taking responsibility, and has a key role in recovery.
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