The Police Follow-up and Aftercare Department in the Community Security Sector of Abu Dhabi Police launched the second edition of the awareness campaign “Do not accumulate your points”, in cooperation with the Department of Culture and Tourism and with the participation of happiness patrols. Accumulation of “traffic points” resulting from road violations.
100 thousand beneficiaries
According to Abu Dhabi Police, Colonel Ahmed Juma Al Khaili, Director of the Police Follow-up and Aftercare Department, explained that the campaign targets more than 100,000 beneficiaries during interactive tours in more than 10 cultural and tourist destinations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. He pointed out that the campaign used effective methods of raising awareness, such as: “storytelling style” and “behavioral patterns” in designing media materials.
Training and rehabilitation of traffic law violators
Al Khaili also confirmed the Abu Dhabi Police’s interest in training and rehabilitating violators of the Federal Traffic and Traffic Law by providing training courses to introduce how to reduce traffic points and retrieve driving licenses in addition to the heavy vehicles program, through a variety of target languages.
“Don’t Accumulate Your Points” Event Programs
It is noteworthy that the campaign “Do not accumulate your points” included the launch of a video in the Abu Dhabi Water Canal, the distribution of gifts to children by 500 children, in addition to a tour of the National Aquarium Abu Dhabi, in the presence of Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Executive Director of the project, which is one of the largest aquariums in the Middle East. Within the canal project in Abu Dhabi.
It is worth noting that the Police Follow-up and Aftercare Department of the Community Security Sector of Abu Dhabi Police had launched in May 2021 the awareness campaign “Do not accumulate your points” through the digital screens of ADNOC Distribution stations in various regions of the Emirate with the aim of enhancing the safety and security of road users and raising the level of traffic awareness to society.
The first campaign coincided with the World Traffic Day, which falls on May 4 of each year, to encourage drivers to adhere to safe driving and avoid the accumulation of traffic points resulting from road violations, through more than 50 ADNOC fuel stations in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and to celebrate the fiftieth year, by distributing Digital cards for drivers and digital advertising screens in stations.
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