Abu Dhabi Police in collaboration with Du ( Emirates integrated telecommunications company) has launched a campaign against crowding and taking photos at accident. The campaign themed ” Post Wisely” will continue until October 2018.
Brigadier Khalifa Mohammed Al Khaili, director of Traffic and Patrols of Abu Dhabi Police stressed that crowding and taking photos at accident sites is a negative social phenomenon that delays the work of traffic patrols, ambulances and civil defense vehicles which will result in worsening the condition of the injured or may even cause fatalities.
He indicated that the campaign aims at raising the community members awareness on the serious consequences of this ” uncivilized behavior” which may endangers their lives and the lives of others.
The campaign is implemented by the Traffic and Patrols Directorate and the Security Media Department of Abu Dhabi Police .
For his part, Abdulwahid Jum’a Executive Vice- President of Brand and Corporate Communications said, “As a national company, we believe in our responsibility towards supporting the community issues that help build a strong prosperous society.
” He praised cooperation with Abu Dhabi Police which enhaces the community’s awareness on the importance of avoiding crowding and taking photos at accident sites.
Du has earlier launched its second ‘Post Wisely’ campaign under the title of ‘ If it were your pain, would you share it.?’
The campaign aims at inspiring constructive discussions on the importance of the responsible sharing of posts and promoting good ethics online. Everyone can simply join this discussion by following.