Abu Dhabi's 'Aman' service receives 200,000 calls in 2020

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Abu Dhabi Police’s ‘Aman’ service received 200,000 calls in 2020.

According to the capital’s police force, the initiative comes as part of the emirate’s efforts to maintain the highest security and safety levels among community members.

The service also aims to achieve direct communication channels between the public and police officials.

Authorities have also confirmed that all information received is kept safe and confidential and is handled in a professional manner.

‘Aman’ is available round-the-clock and allows all members of society to contribute in preventing crimes before they happen.

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