A mobile police station successfully rescued on Sunday night a child forgotten in a family vehicle in Al Nahda area.
Lieutenant-Colonel Mohammed Rahma Al Ghazal, Head of the Operations Department of the Sharjah Police General Directorate, declared that over 23,000 calls were received by the operations room during the Eid Al-Adha holidays.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has instructed the people concerned to amend the structure of salaries and allowances for 47 Sharjah Police staff members of different ranks, who are children of Emirati women from outside the Emirate of Sharjah.
Key stakeholders in child welfare have strongly recommended a more socially-driven and collaborative approach to create community awareness to ensure child safety.
The patrols will be deployed in the tourist areas, narrow lanes and crowded public places where police cars can’t reach.
Represented by the character of the “young policeman”, the Media and Public Relations Department at Sharjah Police have organised a number of field visits to the Sharjah International Private School, National Charity School in Ajman, Albraeem Kindergarten, and Al Falah’s Kindergarten, in an aim to offer proper guidance and advice for all students.
Patrols of the Sharjah Police’s Traffic and Patrols Department saved the life of a 22 year-old driver whose vehicle’s cruise control failed at 135 km/h on Emirates Road heading to Umm Al Quwain.