August 2019

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The Fan Zone Fair kicks off on Abu Dhabi Corniche

As part of the awareness campaign launched by the Security Media Department, at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, under the slogan, " the Etiquette of Driving on Roads, speed is for racetracks", Abu Dhabi Police kicked off the Fan Zone entertainment program on Abu Dhabi Corniche. The event coincides with the Eid al-Adha holidays, and comes as a preparation to the eagerly anticipated 2012 Formula 1, Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix which runs November 2-4, at the Yas Marina Circuit The exhibition witnessed a significant turnout from the public who interacted with the spectacular display of the police’s fastest car, the "F-999", which resembles a Formula 1 car, and the motorcycle "Falcon." Attractions at the fair will include a traffic village for children, designed to familiarize them with traffic rules and regulations, and promote the concept of safe driving. Children will be granted a driving license prototype as a souvenir. The event will also be marked by the distribution of guidance publications, as well as awareness messages to the public, through a large display screen mounted in the courtyard of the exhibition. Visitors to the Fan Zone exhibition will have the opportunity to pose for a photo op, to be posted later on ADP’s page on Facebook, to promote communication with the public and build a sand model of the Formula 1 car to be exhibited on location. Visitors praised Abu Dhabi Police’s efforts in organizing this event, which embodies the relationship between police and the community, and emphasizes Abu Dhabi Police’s keenness to communicate with the various sectors, institutions and segments of society, via modern methods. Such methods include broadcasting awareness messages and public safety, through direct communication with citizens, residents and visitors, according to their different interests and preferences. Moreover, Abu Dhabi Police called on the public to visit its Facebook page on the following link: