The Director of Public Security, Major General AbeidAllah Maaitah, emphasized the great role played by the Gendarmerie in supporting the rest of the units and formations of Public Security Directorate, praising its readiness and the professionalism of its staff members.
During his visit today to the Special Tasks Gendarmerie Command, the director of public security met the commanders, officers and non-commissioned officers of the Special Tasks Gendarmerie command, conveying the greetings of His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of Jordan Armed Forces, and His Majesty's pride in their efforts.
Major General AL-Maaitah stated that Public Security Directorate will continue to provide all forms of support to move forward strengthening the capabilities of the Gendarmerie Forces, and to enable its members to perform their duties in accordance with the best standards and levels.
The Director of Public Security expressed his appreciation for the important roles played by the Gendarmerie with high professionalism to assign units and formations of Public Security, in maintaining security, law enforcement and crime prevention, as well as supporting the Civil Defense in providing humanitarian and rescue services during normal conditions and various incidents.
Major General Al-Maaitah explained that Public Security Directorate, with its various units and formations, will remain at the good expectation of the king and the nation, in performing all the tasks entrusted, especially enforcing the law with integrity, justice and within the framework of human respect, stressing the high confidence that Public Security Directorate enjoys by citizens which reflects a community security relationship, which we seek to build on to enhance community security.
The Director of Public Security was briefed by the Commander of the Special Tasks Gendarmerie on operational readiness, administrative and training plans, procedures followed to improve performance, and maintaining a high level of coordination efficiency with all Public Security units and formations.