The Abu Dhabi Police has warned families against potential scam targeting children, teenagers and "unsuspecting" adults to illegally take their money through internet games, advertisements and social media forums.
Police warned of the dangers of parents failing to adequately monitor their children, stressing the importance of providing children with swimming vests if required, and ensuring all doors leading to pools are locked.
After the activation of the decision to prohibit movement to and from Abu Dhabi and between its cities (Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra) for the eighth day in a row, and for 24 hours, Abu Dhabi Police, through its teams deployed in 12 sorting points at the entry and exit points of the capital, continued to guide drivers at those points on the mechanism for the work of transit permits and the traffic rules.
The initiative supports workers in the first line of defence in the medical and sterilisation programme.
The tourist expressed her happiness to restore her phone in a video she sent to the Tourist Police Department in the Criminal Security Sector, praising the efforts of the police in spreading security, safety and reassurance in the community.
The child's mother had telephoned the Command and Control Center in Al-Ain and submitted her request for her son's birthday.
The Abu Dhabi Police, ADP, warned parents about violent electronic games that can make children and teenagers aggressive and commit crimes.
The Abu Dhabi Police urged parents to be aware of the major risks posed by placing their children on their laps while driving, highlighting its keenness to promote the culture of traffic and raise awareness of relevant preventive measures and how to safely seat children in vehicles.
Abu Dhabi Police patrols have been decked up with the ''Hope Probe'' logo in a strong expression of pride and happiness of the UAE people for the launch of the first interplanetary mission by an Arab-Muslim country.