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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Police launched a comprehensive awareness-raising media campaign during the holy month of Ramadan under the slogan "Our Month - Obedience and Commitment" to create awareness of various preventive measures that ensure the safety of the public.
The police shared a post on social media urging drivers to adhere to the speed limits and allocate more time to complete the trip to avoid congestion and traffic accidents.
The Abu Dhabi Police also stressed that drivers should refrain from randomly stopping or parking cars near mosques during the evening and Taraweeh prayers as it obstructs traffic.
Giving pedestrians their right to cross is part of preserving Ramadan values, the post included.
Abu Dhabi Police will broadcast a 30-episode TV series throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, on their social media platforms and local channels, to enhance public awareness of the most prominent positive behaviours and about COVID-19 precautionary measures to maintain the safety and security of community members.
Abu Dhabi Police appealed to the public to call the Aman service on 8002626 or send a text message on 2828 to help increase the level of security and safety in the community.
Abu Dhabi Police will broadcast a 30-episode TV series throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, on their social media platforms and local channels, to enhance public awareness of the most prominent positive behaviours and about COVID-19 precautionary measures.
The Ramadan Capsule aspires to embody Islamic motifs and provide a legacy for the contemporary Emirati woman. The medallion that was chosen as a hero piece of the collection, is adorned with Sheikha Alyazia Bint Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan’s personal handwriting.
It will discuss community topics, and highlight Abu Dhabi Police services and its efforts to maintain the emirate’s leading position as the world’s safest city.
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