The Dubai Police have unveiled new sophisticated cameras installed at pedestrian crossing areas to monitor vehicles that fail to abide by the traffic regulations.
Australian police on Wednesday said they had apprehended a British suspected drug offender, who tried to flee to Papua New Guinea on a jet ski.
“When we checked the vehicle data in the federal traffic system, it turned out that the driver committed 1,200 overspeeding violations and 51 violations under ‘Wanted for impoundment,’ with a total value of Dhs1,158,000.”
They exaggerated her age in the passport. Upon arrival at a Sharjah airport, they took her to an apartment (brothel) in Al Muteena. She cried. They demanded her to work and repay Dhs10, 000 they spent on bringing her.
A policeman at the Abu Dhabi Police rescued an Asian driver from drowning, after the latter attempted to commit suicide by jumping into the sea.
Greek police fired teargas on Saturday as angry migrants hoping to travel to northern Europe hurled stones and bottles after being barred from reaching a nearby border crossing, witnesses said.
The Sharjah Police Commander-in-chief, Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi receieved a delegation from the General Command of the Armed Forces at the Sharjah Police Directorate.
This incident serves as a complement to two similar cases, which were announced in detail last February and resulted in the arrest of another Asian gang at the time
In collaboration with the Traffic and Patrols Department and Sharjah Police Training Institute, the Community Police Department organised two awareness lectures for staff members and drivers at the Sharjah Indian School. The first lecture addressed awareness of traffic safety and laws, and methods of keeping the safety and security of road users.