Jordan: Jordanian Public Security Department has recently shared an update regarding an event held by the Directorate of Public Security focusing on a youth march to reject drugs and raise awareness towards drug abuse and its dangers in Zarqa.
According to the reports, the Public Security Department of Jordan took to its official Facebook account to share the update with the residents of the nation. The officials noted, “The Directorate of Public Security organizes a youth march to reject drugs and to raise awareness about their dangers in Zarqa.”
In addition, the Directorate of Public Security, in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth, today, in the Directorate of Al-Zarqa Youth, organized the activities of the third day of the National Program for Security and Youth and included a youth march “No to Drugs, Yes to Life” with the participation of the Minister of Youth Mohamed Salama Al-Nabulsi.
On his part, Minister Salama Al-Nabulsi participated in the march organized by the Directorate of Media and Community Police, and Zarqa Police Directorate, in cooperation with the Directorate of Zarqa Youth.
During the march, more than “300” young men and women from different regions of the governorate, members of youth centres and civil society institutions also took part to reject drugs and raise awareness about their dangers.
Furthermore, the Drug Administration has presented important awareness roles from awareness lectures and mobile galleries that it administers to raise awareness about the danger of a narcotic infestation and the evils of criminals aiming to profit at the expense of destroying society.
“The march embodied the image of community togetherness to reject this devastating plague through a national image that depicts the role of youth in addressing it and introducing patriotic roles to protect the community,” said officials.
Notably, the walk is part of the National Program for Security and Youth launched in partnership with the Directorate of Public Security and the Ministry of Youth, to include all youth centres in the Kingdom’s governorates and their regions throughout the year with the aim of spreading awareness among young people, and promoting their positive participation in building society and keeping it safe and stable.