Kuwait City, Sep 30: Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, Lieutenant-General Sheikh Faisal Al-Nawaf, called for a study to stop the issuance of driving licenses to residents to limit and legalize them, according to what the Public Relations and Security Media Department announced.
Al-Nawaf made a field inspection tour today of the General Traffic Department – Traffic Operations Department, in the Ahmadi Governorate, stressing that the field security sectors have completed their preparations for the school year.
At the beginning of the tour, which he was received by the Assistant Director-General of Traffic for Traffic Regulation and Licensing Affairs, Brigadier Yousef Al-Khadda, directors and heads of departments and field traffic officers. With advanced technologies.
Al-Nawaf confirmed that the field security sectors have completed their preparations for the school year, as security and traffic patrols have been distributed on all main and secondary roads to achieve traffic flow, stressing the need to harness all possibilities to organize and facilitate traffic and deal with accidents and parked vehicles.
Then Al-Nawaf visited the communications follow-up room and listened to an explanation about the mechanisms and method of work since receiving the communication, through contacting the concerned authorities and the stages of follow-up, and how to distribute them and coordinate with the sectors. The service is equipped with the latest technology in order to be able to deal with all communications as efficiently and quickly as possible, calling for a study to stop the issuance of driving licenses to residents to limit and legalize them.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior expressed his satisfaction with the work mechanisms of the Communications Follow-up Room, praising the efforts of the workers and their dedication in performing this security and community service that works around the clock. He directed the need to use the latest technologies and modern technology and raise the efficiency of communication devices in line with events globally to comply with the intensity of reports.
Al-Nawaf affirmed that he will not accept any complacency or negligence in providing the services provided to the public, explaining that the degree of efficiency is measured by the level of responding to the communication, the speed of dealing, and access to the site of the communication.
He pointed out that the arrival of traffic leaders to the field and the follow-up of patrols and security men, would achieve traffic flow and reduce bottlenecks.