The Director of Public Security, Major General AbeidAllah Maaitah, patronized today the celebration held by the Directorate for the foundation stone of the project of criminal investigation data (BigData), in the presence of the Ambassador of the Republic of South Korea to Jordan, Kim Dong-ji, and his accompanying delegation.

The project aims to enhance the capabilities of public security through an advanced technological system for data collection and analysis in the field of crime prevention, and the provision of security and humanitarian services, in light of benefiting from digital transformation and artificial intelligence systems.

Major General Al-Maaitah stressed the depth of relations between Jordan and South Korea, which was reflected in the level of cooperation in order to achieve the values of security, common justice and service of the two friendly peoples, which was embodied in the establishment of such a project.

Major General Al-Maaitah indicated that Public Security Directorate continues its endeavor to strengthen the system of security and peace in society, by providing the best applications and smart solutions, keeping abreast of global developments in combating crime, and enhancing the capabilities of personnel, expressing his thanks to the South Korean government and its embassy in Amman, and the Korean Agency for International Cooperation, for their efforts. and their support from the establishment of the project until its completion.

For his part, the Ambassador of the Republic of South Korea to Jordan, Kim Dong-ji, praised the important and prominent role played by the Jordan police in achieving security and combating crime in all its forms and at all levels.

The Korean ambassador confirmed that the long-term bilateral relationship with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has resulted in the success of many projects, including this project, which we hope will contribute to strengthening the capabilities of the public security units specialized in the areas of criminal investigation, preventive work and drug control to enhance safety and security levels in Jordan.

At the end of the ceremony, which was attended by the Regional Director of the Korea International Cooperation Agency, Seo Dong-song, and a number of representatives of the partner ministries and institutions, the Director of Public Security and the Korean Ambassador raised the curtain on the memorial for the project.