The Western Region Police Directorate at the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters provided the highest levels of security and safety for visitors at the ninth Al Dhafra Camel Festival in Madinat Zayed in the Western Region.

Brigadier Ojeil Ali Abdullah Al Junaibi, Director of the Western Region Police Directorate, assured that the Directorate’s participation in the ninth Al Dhafra Camel Festival aims to enhance community partnership with government and private institutions and authorities, and increases the public’s trust with the police services and in role in promoting security and safety.

Brigadier Al Junaibi noted that the Western Region Police had prepared in advance for the Festival, out of their keenness to provide the best available services to community members and to the festival goers in particular, to allow them to enjoy the Festival’s events. Brigadier Al Junaibi pointed out to the cooperation with all entities to maintain the safety of festival goers and educate them on the need to respect traffic and parking lanes and acquaint them with as the points of entry to and exit from the area. These measures are designed to avoid accidents especially in the areas designated for camel herds at the Festival site. He also called upon the public to follow the signage boards on site to allow them to reach their destination without obstacles.

The Western Region Police Directorate’s council, which was held during the Festival, attracted the public wishing to attend the dialogue sessions regarding the services provided and ways to improve them. The Directorate also launched a number of cultural and traditional activities on the Festival’s theater at the Children’s Village. The Abu Dhabi Police Music Band gave a distinguished performance at the popular market, which included military and traditional music pieces that were highly acclaimed by the public, visitors and participants. Members from the Abu Dhabi Police also participated in the events wearing their formal uniform used in the early days of the foundation phase in 1957.

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