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Sharjah Police launch
secret contact service

Afkar Abdullah / 1 June 2011

SHARJAH — The Sharjah Police Headquarters on Tuesday launched a safe and secure communication service called ‘Najeed’ (perfect) for the people to lodge complaints and provide information to the police without the fear of repercussions.

Major-General Humaid Mohammed Al Hudaidi, Director-General of the Sharjah Police, launched the service.

Speaking on the occasion, he said the Sharjah Police are keen to follow the best practices and implement the advanced electronic technology for enhancing the security services.

The service will help people contact the police in a secret and secure way.

Several technicians and information technology experts worked hard to come up with a foolproof safe and  secure communication service between the public and the police.

With this, the public can contact the police about any criminal activity or any type of illegal activities through the service without the fear of repercussions as their identity and the nature of the tipoff would not be divulged. For instance, the victims of assault can now call the police secretly for help.  It will also exempt the caller from any criminal responsibility.

For the new service, people can call 800151 on the phone or SMS to 7999 or fax the information to 065529000 or mail it to najeed@shjpolice.gov.ae.

The people can also visit the website www.shjpolice.gov.ae/najeed, said Major-Gen Humaid Al Hudaidi.

The Najeed service is aimed at assuring the public to deliver the information to police and help protect the community from the dangersof illegal practices.

afkarali@khaleejtimes.com

 
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