Colonel Ali Jabr Al Shamsi and other police officers with Mohammed Magdi Hakami (centre) in Ajman.
The General Directorate of Ajman Police honoured an Arab for rescuing a child from drowning in Ajman beach, within the framework of honouring public collaborators and valuing their responsibility and interest in community issues.
Colonel Ali Jabr Al Shamsi, Director of the Department of Comprehensive Police Centres handed over a certificate of appreciation and a reward to Mohammed Magdi Hakami, a 40-year-old Egyptian in recognition of his security sense towards an Arab child, 9, who was about to drown in Ajman beach.
The child was transferred to Sheikh Khalifa Hospital where he was treated and his situation is stable now.
Brigadier Abdulaziz Ali Al Shamsi, Director General of Ajman Civil Defence, honoured two women in Ajman for saving the life of two building cleaners and preventing any tragic incidents. Among the attendees were Lieutenant Col. Raed Obaid Al Zaabi, Director of Centres Department at Ajman Civil Defence, and the Representative of General Consulate of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Lt. Colonel Ali Jaber Al Shamsi, Director of Ajman Police Stations, honoured individuals of the public for their cooperation in strengthening the safety and security of the Emirate, following the strategic objective of the Ministry of Interior of keeping and enhancing the security in the UAE community.
The Ajman Police General Command honoured two Arabs, Mohammed Bashir Hassan, a Sudanese, and Abdul Nasser Najeh Al Shishtawy, an Egyptian, for their honesty and their sense of social responsibility by returning two wallets.
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