UAE NEWS: Sharjah police are starting to crack down on scrap businesses Collaborative teams look at safety and security measures

Sharjah: Sharjah has launched a joint operation against illegal weapons found by explosive metal collectors.

The Sharjah Criminal Investigation Department inspects and sells scraps, and punishes them for violating the law. The campaign, in partnership with the Department of Economic Development, Sharjah Civil Defense and the Department of Technical and Communication Services and Sharjah Police, aims to strengthen security and safety.

Brigadier Ibrahim Musabeh Al Ajel, Director of the Criminal Investigation Department at Sharjah police, said: “In collaboration with the joint team, special procedures have affected shops selling and selling scarves. They inspect security and safety procedures, monitor and apprehend crime, and raise public awareness. “

The 400 supermarkets in the industrial areas were closed in the first month of the campaign launch.

Complete checks
Brigadier Al Ajel pointed out that the task teams examined records of buy and sell, identifying their contents and sources, in addition to security checks and economic violations and violations related to safety and security procedures. Teams also look at surveillance and lighting cameras in some areas.

He urged the public to co-operate with management in achieving public safety, and to report any misconduct by the Department’s telephone number 80040, or 901 through non-emergency reports.

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