The Community Police Department at Abu Dhabi Police has launched the Ramadan Activities Program, which will be held over the course of two weeks at the Community Service Centers in Al Shamkha and Al Falah in Abu Dhabi.

Explaining the reasons behind the program, Colonel Mubarak Awadh Mubarak bin Muhairom Al Ameri, Director General of Community Protection and Crime Prevention at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, said: “The program aims to implement the directives of the police leadership by supporting and intensifying communication with the public. It invests in the holy month of Ramadan, using its values and sublime significance, to educate those living in residential areas on religious and social aspects. Organizing sports activities and competitions such as this enable the support system already in place for social cohesion and harmony between the police and the public.”

Colonel Al Ameri pointed out that during the holy month, the community service centers will host the guests of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE; of whom are religious scholars who will provide lectures in coordination with the Social Relations and Guidance Section.

First Lieutenant Salem Omar Al Kathiri, in charge of the Community Service Centers in Al Shamkha and Al Falah, explained that the program includes the organization of the third Ramadan football tournament in residential neighborhoods. He pointed out that the goals of the program include filling the leisure times for children in the Al Shamkha and Al Falah neighborhoods in a bid raise their awareness of security, enhance communication with them, earn their trust, enhance religious faith, and instill a sense of belonging to the homeland.

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