Rescue Police crackdown: 90 vehicles seized, 64 wanted persons apprehended

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Rescue Police operations yield significant results in public safety campaigns from April 13 to April 19.

KUWAIT CITY, April 20: In a recent series of security and traffic campaigns, the Rescue Police have made notable strides in maintaining public safety and upholding law and order. According to weekly statistics released by the Ministry of Interior’s security media, these efforts have led to substantial outcomes.

During the period spanning from April 13 to April 19, 2024, the Rescue Police conducted operations resulting in the seizure of 90 vehicles. Additionally, 64 individuals who were wanted by authorities — either for their absence or due to existing arrest warrants — have been apprehended.

Furthermore, 10 individuals were detained under abnormal circumstances, while 29 others were taken into custody for residency violations, and an additional 44 were detained for lacking proper documentation. All detainees have been referred to the appropriate authorities for further action.

The diligent efforts of the Rescue Police also extended to addressing public disturbances, with 12 fights successfully broken up by law enforcement personnel. Moreover, the Rescue Police provided urgent humanitarian aid to 286 emergency cases, demonstrating their commitment to public welfare.

On the traffic enforcement front, a total of 8,625 various traffic violations were recorded, including 177 instances of driving infractions. Notably, 10 vehicles were impounded for causing excessive noise disturbances, and have been relocated to the impound garage.

The General Administration of Rescue Police remains steadfast in its mission to uphold safety and security across vital areas and thoroughfares nationwide. Through continued inspection campaigns, they aim to maintain public order and apprehend individuals sought by authorities.

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