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Emirati saves life of child in Sharjah


Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Head of Sharjah Police, honoured Mohammed Ramadan Al Zarouni.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Head of Sharjah Police, honoured the UAE national Mohammed Ramadan Al Zarouni, for his humanitarian role and his courage in rescuing a child who was trapped in his parents’ car.

Zarouni took out the child from the vehicle.

Al Shamsi affirmed that what Al Zarouni did was a humane duty through which he saved the life of a child.

He added, “This is a good example of what the sons of the UAE were brought up on.”

Shamsi pointed to the important role of the community members in the security process pointing out that this action was a community responsibility with police teams, which represents one of the most important security bodies in the society.

On his part, Mohammed Al Zarouni said what he did was a national and ethical duty towards the society, expressing his gladness with this honuoring.

Separately, the General Command of Sharjah Police, represented by the Kalba Comprehensive Police Station, formed the “Visual Inference Team”, as a proactive step to reduce the customer’s journey in all minor criminal reports received to the centre by facilitating the collection of inferences in criminal reports.

Major General Saif Al Zari, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, stressed the importance of forming work teams in the implementation and completion of tasks professionally and smoothly, explaining the keenness of the Sharjah Police General Command to complete all its operations to the fullest extent to achieve customer satisfaction, especially in light of the current time and what the world is witnessing because of the pandemic.

Major General Al Shamsi praised the tangible efforts of the members of the visual inference team to perform their duties to the fullest, and in a way that reflects the leadership’s keenness to provide the best services to customers with ease, to enhance the quality of life, and to achieve the strategic objectives of the Ministry of Interior represented in enhancing security and safety.

Major Fahd Al Lughai, Head of the Visual Inference Team at Sharjah Police, stated that the work of the team includes taking statements of all parties in minor criminal reports by implementing some procedures.

He explained that the process of completing simple reports goes through several specific steps that are easy and streamlined, and allows those submitting communications to provide information through the available electronic programme.

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