29 / 5 / 2024 

Today, the Director of Public Security, Major General Dr. AbeidAllah Maaitah, visited the Southern Region Security Command and met the directors and commanders of units in the command.

The Director of Public Security conveyed the greetings of His Majesty, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan- Armed Forces- King Abdullah II, and His Majesty’s pride in their efforts to preserve society and the safety of its members.

Major General Al-Maaitah remembers with pride the nation’s journey under the leadership of  His Majesty, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, and the Kingdom’s celebrations of His Majesty’s Silver Jubilee, which coincides with Independence Day, adding that  our celebration is reflected in our effort, giving, and providing the best to our nation.

The Director of Public Security emphasized continuing to provide the best and most optimal services and enhancing the safe environment to keep the process of development, economy and tourism, especially in the areas falls within the AOR  of the Southern Regional Command, which are rich in natural and archaeological tourist areas.

Major General Al-Maaitah indicated to the need to build on the efficiency provided by the merger process of  Public Security in coordination and teamwork to serve citizens, whether in security aspects or aspects of civil protection, firefighting, ambulance and rescue services.

Major General Al- Maaitah passed orders to continue working in partnership with society that would contribute to confronting negative behaviors and phenomena and rejecting and preventing crime in cooperation and coordination with all partners.

Major General Al- Maaitah was briefed by the Commander of Southern Region Security command, during which he outlined the most important duties, tasks and criminal statistics, and the most important duties and services provided within the archaeological and tourist sites spread within the region.

During the visit, the Director of Public Security also inaugurated the Al-Jarf Civil Defense Center, which will begin its work to provide humanitarian services such as ambulance, firefighting and rescue within a wide desert geographical area which come in the  Directorate's strategic plans in the field of civil protection, raising the capabilities of the Civil Defense Directorate, and continuing to develop the capabilities and readiness in a way that achieves the best standards in quickly responding to incidents efficiently and effectively.

It is noteworthy that the center was provided with qualified and trained manpower and the best vehicles and equipment that are appropriate to the nature of the area, its terrain, its location on the desert road, and the nature of the incidents.