Abu Dhabi Police received 26,000 calls during the Eid Al-Adha holiday.

The Central Operations Room of Sharjah Police also received 12,313 calls during the same period, mostly to report minor incidents.

In detail, the Director of Operations Department in the Central Operations Sector in the Abu Dhabi Police, Brigadier Nasser Suleiman Al Maskari, confirmed that the General Command and Control Center in Operations Management received over 26 thousand calls during the Eid Al-Adha vacation, through the emergency number 999 at the level of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain cities And triumphant. He added that Abu Dhabi Police provided the best devices, technologies and human cadres in the operations room within its strategy to provide the best services to the public, according to the best international practices in this field, calling on community members not to hesitate to contact the central operations room to report the incidents they are exposed to, noting that the room Operations operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, during national and religious events and holidays. The call center in the central operations room of Sharjah Police also received 12,313 calls during the same period.

The Director of Operations Department in the Sharjah Police, Colonel Jassim Bin Haddah, stated that the Central Operations Room received 11,406 emergency calls and 907 non-emergency calls. He added that most calls related to minor accident reports, general inquiries and police services provided during the holiday.

The Director of Traffic and Patrols Department, Lt. Col. Muhammad Allai Al-Naqbi, confirmed that the traffic patrols and the public's awareness of the traffic safety procedures contributed to the non-registration of deaths during the holiday.

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