A team has also been set up to conduct site visits and inspections of the sites likely to be most affected by the rain
Ras Al Khaimah Police are ready to face the challenges of the monsoon this time of year and have developed enhanced contingency plans to ensure the safety of residents in the emirate.
A senior official said the police convened a meeting, chaired by Major General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, Ras Al Khaimah Police Commander-in-Chief and head of the Local Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Team, to discuss Make sure to take place in season with proper emergency procedures. During the meeting, a team was formed to conduct site visits and inspections of the sites and areas likely to be most affected during the rainfall.
The meeting also reviewed the readiness of the emirate’s infrastructure – implementing the Ministry of Interior’s strategy to maintain security and ensure the protection of life and property, and to disseminate and strengthen such security.
Major General Ali bin Alwan commended the team leaders for their tireless efforts to achieve the expected goals and urged residents to work hard to support the team’s safety goals during the monsoon season, to prepare in advance for any emergencies and to ensure flexibility in handling various situations. types of emergencies and crises.