DGSN: 660 New Vehicles Offered To Different Services
Rabat – The National Police (DGSN) offered 660 new vehicles to its central and decentralized services, with highly developed technical standards, as part of its plan to renew and develop its vehicle fleet and equipment for the various police teams and vehicle intervention units in order to properly fulfill their missions of maintaining peace and the security of citizens.
In a press release, the DGSN said that police teams and services were provided with cars and motorcycles adapted to the nature of their missions, in particular vehicles specific to the emergency police and all other security units, 4×4 cars to intervene in various situations and cars, quads and motorbikes, as well as trucks for the national police cavalry and for cynotechnical brigades (trained police dogs).
The new vehicles also include buses intended for the transport of civil servants for their official and regular missions, with a capacity of 11 to 21 seats, as well as trucks for mobile law enforcement groups, in addition to 36 ambulances and three tow trucks, the same source added.
The DGSN also equipped the mobile law enforcement units with 14 water pump trucks fitted with surveillance cameras and intervention recording, and machines to clear the road and remove the obstacles that hinder the flow of traffic, as well as other advanced equipment to ensure remote intervention.
This new logistics equipment is part of the ongoing efforts by the DGSN to develop and modernize its vehicle fleet, so as to ensure rapidity and availability in responding to calls from citizens and the effectiveness and efficiency of intervention operations, the press release concluded.
Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse