Police Officers Dispersed to Monitor Moroccans Mobility

A large number of security officers in charge of monitoring exceptional mobility of Moroccans under the Corona Virus Pandemic

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A large number of security officers in charge of monitoring exceptional mobility of Moroccans under the Corona Virus Pandemic

As part of the security measures to ensure the enactment of a state health emergency in response to the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, the National Security Department adopted appropriate measures to the context and challenges of the Pandemic at the level of public security, while maintaining its classical plans of action to combat crime, maintain the foundation of public order and provide basic security services to citizens.

In this regard, 154 judicial seedlings were installed in various major urban and tropical roadblocks, supported by more than 1699 fixed and mobile points to monitor exceptional movements and facilitate the movement of goods and basic materials, including 15658 police officers who were mobilized to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

These units were also assigned 2980 mobile patrols to the Al-Najda police, including 11360 employees and a security officer, supported by border police and identification registration centers, who were redeployed to the field after the international travel movement stopped and the work of the ID Card issuing centers was suspended.

In terms of figures linked to the security-level indicators of the Pandemic, the National Security services monitored 968.967 contrary to the exceptional requirements for preventing the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, which resulted in the subjection of 196.972 persons to judicial research, and 408.705 non-conforming medical measures of safety and prevention, and the arrest of 284 suspects in their manufacture, preparation and promotion.

In addition, 1383 liters of suspicious and public health-damaging sterilized chemicals were seized and 28 people were arrested on suspicion of involvement in their market promotion offer.

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