A team of officers from Al Madinah Comprehensive Police Station and Community Police Department of Ajman have implemented the “You Are First” initiative, launched with the purpose of increasing awareness among workers to take necessary precautions while working outdoors and under direct sunlight.
A mobile police station successfully rescued on Sunday night a child forgotten in a family vehicle in Al Nahda area.
This came after 21 people had filed complaints with the police station indicating that one person working for a tourist company in Al Dhaid City had deluded them that he had flight offers at the lowest and cheapest prices, but he cheated them and swindled their money.
A 65-year-old Asian national died after being rescued from drowning in the Sharjah Sea on Sunday evening after being washed away from the beach. He was taken to Al Qasimi Hospital.
Sharjah Police special teams from the Anti-Economic Crime Department of the Criminal Investigation Department have successfully taken down a gang who attempted to trade in counterfeit bills of Dhs100 and 200 at grocery shops and gas stations in the Emirate. The counterfeit bills were worth Dhs45,500.
Sharjah Police have always been keen on maintaining the safety and security of the Emirate by setting objectives with sights on the future, besides the great efforts made to increase the awareness of citizens through campaigns, and their attempt to identify the problems and assess ways to solve them.
A 17-month-old Arab girl died after being run over by a neighbour’s car in front of the family’s house in the Maliha area of Sharjah.
As many as 70 inmates who have been waiting for air tickets and minor fines to pay will fly home within week as the arrangements are in the final phase. Arranging tickets and others have been made possible with the cooperation of community philanthropists, Pakistan Consulate in Dubai and Northern Emirates and more importantly the government officials.
Two of the passengers died at the scene, while the third was transferred to Dhaid hospital
The Traffic Department of the Sharjah Police General Directorate has launched a traffic campaign entitled “Leave a Safe Distance” that will last for a month from now. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness and protect the lives of road users from traffic accidents, which result from not leaving a safe distance between vehicles. Such campaigns successfully fulfil the vision of Sharjah Police, which is in line with the Ministry of Interior’s strategic objective of making the roads safer.