62 Rest Points, Iftar & Suhoor: Dubai Police Department & Security Personnel Receives Ramadan Provisions

by Deeplata Garde
62 Rest Points, Iftar & Suhoor: Dubai Police Department & Security Personnel Receives Ramadan Provisions

The gatherings of crowds during Ramadan are humongous. In order to control the mass, the Dubai Police department is always on watch. So to give them a break from continuous operations and long working hours during the holy month, the department has announced certain rest points. The rest areas will be equipped with amenities for Iftar and Suhoor.

Over 60 Rest Points For Dubai Police During Ramadan

An idea to designate rest areas for security and traffic patrols during the holy month of Ramadan has been launched by the Dubai Police General Command.

The provision of Iftar and Suhoor will ensure the Dubai Police get enough rest and resources will they perform their duties in the utmost ways.

Excellency Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police has personally overseen these provisions for the department. He has done all the required follow-ups to ensure that the officers perform their duties well and their needs are met.

The program will provide rest areas at 62 locations throughout the emirate, including five rest areas at Dubai’s smart police station. There will be 23 rest areas at buildings and companies linked with Dubai Police, 19 rest areas at Enoc fuel stations, and 15 rest areas at police stations.

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The Department Collabs With ENOC & Other Companies For This Offerings

Dubai Police Department
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To streamline this initiative during the holy month of Ramadan in the Emirates, Dubai Police has collaborated with ENOC & supporting agencies. The cooperation has led to the organization process of this offering for the general departments.

In cooperation with the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) and additional supporting agencies, the Dubai Police has collaborated with a number of general departments and police stations to streamline and organize the procedure.

According to Major General Ghanem, the effort was properly thought out and researched to make sure it doesn’t interfere with how things normally go about their business. The intention is to foster a Ramadan spirit for police officers on duty. It applies to General departments and police stations, particularly those in security and traffic patrols, rescue, and emergency services. We are all aware of how these departments diligently devote their time to ensuring the public’s safety and security around the clock.

We hope the ones who ensure our safety is provided with appropriate provisions this Ramadan.

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