- Awareness videos will be released in three languages
- Direct contact with beggars can lead to infection and disease transmission
- Police said they should not sympathize with these groups
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Direct contact with beggars can lead to infections and the spread of disease, police said. ‘I urge the public not to sympathize with this sect. We are trying to seize their sympathy and seize the money, ”Sharjah police said.
Community members can assist security departments in their efforts to eliminate such situations. Report any beggars in front of shops and mosques or anywhere in the Emirate of Sharjah via the toll free number (901) or to the Sharjah Police Operation Room (80040).
Recently, the Sharjah Police General Command launched an electronic awareness campaign. The campaign is being run in collaboration with the Tawji Center, Sharjah Roads and the Transport Authority.
Colonel Omar Ahmed Abu Al Sood, director of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at Sharjah Police, said the campaign was aimed at strengthening preventive measures to reduce the risk of theft in line with the Interior Ministry’s goal of increasing security.
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Awareness videos will be displayed in three languages (Arabic, English and Urdu) via electronic display screens across the emirate via the Sharjah Police Social Media Network.
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