Dubai Police all set to maintain law and order during Eid Al Adha

Dubai Police all set to maintain law and order during Eid Al Adha

Dubai - Police officials of various ranks will be available in addition to the police women.



By Amira Agarib

Published: Fri 9 Sep 2016, 7:00 PM

Last updated: Mon 12 Sep 2016, 9:41 AM

The Dubai Police have deployed police patrols and intensified police presence during Eid Al Adha as per the instructions of Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, the Commander-in-chief of the Dubai Police.
The criminal investigation department has deployed 280 police and civilian patrols daily in addition to patrols from various police stations which are touring the emirate, throughout the day (24 hours) during the holidays.
Police officials of various ranks will be available in addition to the police women.
Major-General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, assistant commander-in-chief of criminal investigation said that the police would be working to ensure that there are no crimes during the holidays. The aim is to serve and protect people, he said.
Civilised image
All police officials have been instructed to deal with people in a civilised manner to keep up the image of the Dubai Police. He said that the police would be available round the clock to ensure law and order.
He called upon the people to abide by the laws and to make full use of the holidays. He added that people should monitor their children when they go on picnics, or visit the beach and shopping malls.
Brigadier Mohammed Rashid Al Muhairi, the director of tourism security said that the  police officials will be deployed near mosques, shopping malls and markets to prevent intruders and beggars from disturbing people. Many people will be visiting the UAE to spend Eid Al Adha holidays in Dubai, he added.
He said police patrols have been deployed to organise traffic movement and prevent congestion. The police hotline, 800243, will help residents and visitors communicate with the police. People can also call the Dubai Police operations room on 999 if they want to report an emergency, and 801 for answers to their queries.
Major Hareb Al Shamsi warned people not to allow their children to play on main roads and parks without being attended to.
He also urged people planning to offer sacrifices to avoid dealing with unlicensed butchers in order to avoid disputes on prices.
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