Today, Public Security Directorate and Mu'tah University signed a memorandum of understanding in the Directorate's building on strengthening partnership frameworks in the field of preserving community  peace. The memorandum was signed by the Director of Public Security, Major General Dr. AbeidAllah Maaitah and the President of Mu’tah University D.r Slamah Naimat.

Major General Al-Maaitah said that Public Security Directorate is keen to maintain bridges of cooperation and strategic partnership with the various official and private national institutions in the Kingdom, especially academic and educational ones based on the importance of its roles in raising the level of awareness of students and members of society to address negative behaviors that the Directorate spares no effort in dealing with.

The Director of Public Security stressed that universities play a major role and contribute clearly to addressing negative phenomena and enhancing community security, through the implementation of programs and activities aimed at immunizing students and society from the dangers of violence, deviation, hatred and extremism, and spreading the concepts of dialogue, moderation and acceptance of others, in addition to countering actions that affect the community security intellectually and behaviorally Praising the role of Mu’tah University in supporting the efforts of the Public Security Directorate in this field.

Major General Al-Maaitah indicated that the signing of this agreement reflects the depth of the existing relationship between the Directorate and Mu’tah University, which is extended through the College of Police Sciences and the forms of security, academic and training cooperation it includes.

For his part, Dr. Slamah Al-Naimat appreciated the continuous efforts of the Public Security Directorate through the Community Peace Center to implement various community activities and events related to providing students with concepts about tolerance and moderation, in order to avoid them falling as victims of extremist ideas, indicating that the university pays special attention to its students and is keen to promote the concepts of tolerance and coexistence.

It is noteworthy that the memorandum of understanding included the establishment of a center for community peace within the university and the sharing of expertise available on both sides to implement joint programs and projects and merging the goals of the community peace center with the curricular and extracurricular activities at the university.