Dubai police tighten security in connection with Eid al-Fitr holiday 62 emergency vehicles and 122 ambulances will be deployed. 3200 policemen will be deployed in different parts of the city. 412 teams will be patrolling. Safety is also aimed at preventing passengers from being injured during the holiday season.
There will be a police force in every mosque Eidgah. Police will also intervene to avoid traffic jams. There will also be a 442 paramedical team. Security will be tight in Dehradun, Bardubai, Sabeel, Nadal Hammer, Al Mishar, Jumeirah, Mankhool, Salam Mosque, Rashidia Grand Mosque and Farooq Mosque.
Authorities said more police would be deployed at Dubai Mall, JBR, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Water Canal, Festival City and Mirdif City Center to avoid traffic jams. The security of tourist destinations will be provided by the Army and the Civil Security Patrol. Nine boats and 165 lifeguards will be deployed to avoid accidents on the beaches. In addition, 2400 security guards and 650 volunteers from private companies will be available. Do not leave children alone in the vehicle. Do not leave children alone in public places, beaches or swimming pools. If you find anything suspicious, call 901.