School Traffic Monitor Program at Salahuddin School Concludes

09 Jul


School traffic monitor program held at Salahuddin School concluded on July 8th with a closing ceremony. The ceremony was honoured by the presence of Assistant Commissioner of Police Ahmed Shifan, Head of the Office of the Commissioner. 


During his speech, Assistant Commissioner Ahmed Shifan emphasized the significance of the knowledge and skills acquired by the students throughout the program. He encouraged the students to share their learning with their peers and to act as role models in the school community.

Held from June 29th to July 3rd, 2024, the program was an initiative aimed at promoting road safety awareness and prevention, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Salahuddin School. The program provided students with a thorough understanding of the Road Traffic Act and regulations, with a strong focus on student safety and security. Participants were also trained to maintain good manners while interacting with the public, both on the streets and within school premises.


A total of 34 students from the Salahuddin School participated in this five-day program. This initiative is part of a broader effort to enhance road safety and community responsibility among young students, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to contribute to a safer environment for all.