United Arab Emirates: The Dubai Police of the United Arab Emirates has shared positive news of no reported road accidents and injuries on the night of the New Year’s Eve Celebration.
The official of the Dubai Police Force Department has confirmed that the Police officers were appointed at around 30 different locations in Dubai and recorded no such incidents during the celebrations.
As per the recent updates, Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief of Dubai Police Force, Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, shared that he feels immense gratitude and pride for the sheer professionalism and efficiency of the Dubai Police Officers.
Furthermore, Lieutenant General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police Department, Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, highly praised the professionalism and efficiency shown by the Executive Committee for providing Security arrangements for International and Local Events.
The arrangements done by the Dubai Police force in securing the celebration events on the night of New Year’s Eve were commendable and at their best which ensured the smooth conduct of the affairs.
Per the remarks of the Dubai Police officials, the officers successfully and smoothly controlled the traffic and vehicle movements on the roads of the United Arab Emirates and ensured accessibility and safety to the celebrations.
All the movers and people of Dubai were assisted during their travel with safety and security, and the night of the new year was celebrated with joy and happiness without any harmful incidents.
Lt. Gen of Dubai Police. Al-Marri highly praised the efforts of the organization, which included 48 entities along with institutions which worked to ensure a thorough and careful completion along with preparing 10,579 police personnel and 5800 guards, 1420 volunteers and 3651 patroling cars, along with security water boarts around45 deployed in all over the locations of the celebrations.
In his remarks, Major General and Acting Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Operations Affairs, Saif Mohair Al Mazroui, stated Dubai Police force received a total of around 20,337 calls, of which on the hotline number (999), approximately 19,147 calls were answered.
On the other hand, the non-emergency toll-free number (901) received around 1190 calls from the beginning of December 31st until 6:00 am on January 1st.
In the end, It is notable that the Department of Transport Security (TSD), in association with strategic organizations, played a part in ensuring the safety of 2 million passengers during the New Year’s Eve celebrations.