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Over 41,500 calls to Abu Dhabi Police during Eid break

Majority of calls were concerning minor traffic accidents or health emergencies

Over 41,500 calls to Abu Dhabi Police during Eid break
The operations department at Abu Dhabi Police works around the clock.

Abu Dhabi Police received 41,588 telephone calls from the public during the five-day Eid al-Fitr break.

Brigadier Nasser Al Maskri, director of operations, Central Operations Sector, said that the majority of these calls, made to both the centres for command and control, were concerning minor traffic accidents or health emergencies.

"The operations department always stands ready to receive emergency calls from the public round-the-clock to provide them with the best services and also coordinate with the concerned authorities to reach emergency cases as soon as possible," he added.

He urged members of the public to cooperate with initiatives carried out by the Security Media Department to introduce police services and raise awareness.

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