Sharjah prepares for the 50th Union Day holiday with an integrated security plan

Sharjah Police complete its preparations for the fiftieth holiday of the Union.

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Sharjah Police has completed its preparations to receive the official holiday of Martyr's Day and the fiftieth Union Day, by securing their celebrations at the level of the Emirate of Sharjah, in accordance with the comprehensive security and precautionary measures and procedures to enhance security and safety for citizens and residents.

Sharjah Police confirmed its traffic readiness to secure the celebrations, by intensifying the number of patrols and distributing them according to the expected traffic density points in the celebration venues to regulate traffic in their surroundings, and distribute specialized patrols to various commercial complexes to enhance security aspects, in addition to the presence of community and foot patrols, which play an important role In communicating with all segments of society, organizing traffic, and other important roles that require presence in the community, emphasizing its social responsibility to enhance communication and communication with segments of society, in order to maintain a safe and stable society.

As for the security aspect, the Central Operations Room continues its readiness to deal with various communications and general inquiries received by members of the public around the clock, to ensure the arrival of all security teams, according to the prepared response and preparedness plans.

The Sharjah Police General Command appealed to individuals to abide by the conditions to be followed during the celebrations of the fiftieth Union Day, and not to stand on the roof of the vehicle or get out of its windows while on its way, and to abide by the rules of traffic and traffic, and not to perform exhibition movements on the roads, or to park in other than the designated places, and not to disrupt Traffic, or closing the road to others, not using sprays by the driver and passengers, not providing cars with unlicensed additives in the engine structure, not covering the vehicle’s windows with stickers or placing a “sunshade” in the front.

And she stressed the commitment to preventive and precautionary measures that ensure the preservation of public health and safety, and to follow the instructions of the official authorities.

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