Government institutions and departments’ staff members and the various society segments in Al Ain City benefitted from the introductory campaign regarding the Traffic Black Points Reduction Program, aimed at boosting traffic safety awareness.  The campaign, organized by the Police Follow-up Department, at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, in collaboration with Al Ain Police Directorate, included awareness-raising and educational lectures held at the Department of Economic Development and Tawam Hospital.

As a part of the campaign, the lectures focused on highlighting the objectives of the Traffic Black Points Reduction Program. They also acquainted attendees with the various types and dangers of traffic violations, as well as the different rules and list of Black Points for traffic offences;  and means to redeem the revoked driving licenses by joining the Traffic Black Points Reduction Program. Drivers and traffic violators who exceeded the cumulative limit were urged to enroll promptly in the rehabilitation program.

Colonel Saif Obaid Al Khaili, Head of the Police Follow-up Department, reiterated the department’s unrelenting commitment to continue to receive registration applications by drivers who have exceeded the cumulative limit of black points. He also called upon drivers to contact the call center via the direct number 600566006 for any inquiries about regarding the requirements to redeem revoked driving licenses. He also urged them to abide by traffic laws and regulations to reach a safe and accident-free society.

It is worth mentioning that the campaign includes educational and rehabilitation courses and lectures about the risks of committing traffic violations and indiscretions. It is carried out in collaboration with the strategic partners of the Police Follow-up Department, in a bid to improve drivers’ behaviors on the road and preserve the lives of road users.
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