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UAE Rains: Sharjah Police Announces Fees Waiver for Car Damage Certificates

Ajman Police Take Initiative to Issue Car Damage Reports Proactively

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Published on April 22, 2024, 16:46:09

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Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, has announced that certificates of destruction will be issued free of charge to all those affected in the Emirate of Sharjah.

Affected individuals are encouraged to complete and submit their applications through the official platforms of the command, including the Sharjah Police Smart App and its website. The initiative supports the authorities' efforts to alleviate the burden on families affected by the floods during these exceptional circumstances.

The official further explained that field teams are working tirelessly in cooperation with all partners and stakeholders to ensure housing stability and provide maximum assistance to affected families, enabling them to return to normal life across all cities in the Emirate of Sharjah soon.

Maj. Gen. Al Shamsi emphasised that the safety and security of citizens, residents, and visitors remain a top priority. The General Command is collaborating with all partners to fulfill its national, societal, and humanitarian responsibilities.

This action aligns with the directives of the wise leadership and demonstrates commitment to its strategy, which prioritises the highest level of preparedness in crisis management.

Ajman Initiative

Ajman Police officers are taking proactive steps to issue car damage reports, eliminating the inconvenience of motorists having to navigate rainwater or visit a police station. The initiative comes in response to the recent heavy rains in the UAE, which caused flooding and stranded vehicles.

In Ajman, the Police General Command has launched a proactive service to issue loss and damage certificates to community members whose vehicles were affected by flooding. This approach aims to streamline the process for affected individuals, ensuring timely assistance without additional inconvenience m

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