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Khartoum State Police continues efforts to prevent and dry up crime in the greater Khartoum locality

The Khartoum locality continued its efforts and campaigns aimed at preventing the occurrence of crime and drying up its sources within the detailed plans of the state police to resolve the negative phenomena and disturb the public safety and tranquility.

Khartoum State Police continues efforts to prevent and dry up crime in the greater Khartoum locality Khartoum State Police continues efforts to prevent and dry up crime in the greater Khartoum locality

The Minister of the Interior and the Director-General of the Police Forces meet the spread of the police force

First Lieutenant-General Izzeldin Sheikh Ali Mansur, Minister of Interior, inspected this morning the police forces deployed in the state of Khartoum, to secure the processions announced today, and was accompanied by Lieutenant-General Khaled Mahdi Ibrahim, Director General and Director of Khartoum State Police.

The Minister of the Interior and the Director-General of the Police Forces meet the spread of the police force The Minister of the Interior and the Director-General of the Police Forces meet the spread of the police force

Arrest and arrest of one of the most dangerous repeat offenders

In a new achievement, Umbada local police managed to arrest a repeat offender in the act of stealing a cash amount of 3,450,000 pounds from a merchant in the Libyan market, and also seized a machete used in looting. It is worth noting that the accused is considered one of…

Arrest and arrest of one of the most dangerous repeat offenders Arrest and arrest of one of the most dangerous repeat offenders
thumbnail Khartoum State Police continues efforts to prevent and dry up crime in the greater Khartoum locality

The Khartoum locality continued its efforts and campaigns aimed at preventing the occurrence of crime and drying up its sources within the detailed plans of the state police to resolve the negative phenomena and disturb the public safety and tranquility.

thumbnail The Minister of the Interior and the Director-General of the Police Forces meet the spread of the police force

First Lieutenant-General Izzeldin Sheikh Ali Mansur, Minister of Interior, inspected this morning the police forces deployed in the state of Khartoum, to secure the processions announced today, and was accompanied by Lieutenant-General Khaled Mahdi Ibrahim, Director General and Director of Khartoum State Police.

thumbnail Arrest and arrest of one of the most dangerous repeat offenders

In a new achievement, Umbada local police managed to arrest a repeat offender in the act of stealing a cash amount of 3,450,000 pounds from a merchant in the Libyan market, and also seized a machete used in looting. It is worth noting that the accused is considered one of…

The National Council for Civil Defence

Establishment
The High Council was established based on the law for Civil Defence Organ of 1991. The naming was changed to the National Council according to the Civil Defence Law of 2005.
The minister of interior is the president of the Council and its membership is formed of federal ministers and some high executive leaders based on the responsibilities of their units. The president has the right to add any ministry, authority or individual to the council’s membership.

The Council’s Responsibilities
The council, according to Article No. 6 of the law, is responsible for the following:

  • Coordination of plans and measures for civil defence at the national level for preparedness and counteracting catastrophes and emergencies. It is also responsible for relief measures, combating endemic diseases, managing these and assigning the authority specialized to deal with the catastrophe.
  • Mobilization of national efforts and resources and organizing these to combat catastrophes and contain their impact.
  • Lead the national operations for the civil defence in case of emergency and national catastrophes.
  • Approval of proposals for the council’s annual budget and the forward of these by the minister to the concerned bodies for final approval.
  • Outlining the responsibilities and tasks to be undertaken by ministries, authorities and companies for safeguarding and protecting establishments and projects from catastrophes.
  • Direct ministries, authorities and companies to allocate the necessary financial resources in their annual budget for prevention of catastrophes
  • Request the support of national, regional and international organizations and others for the areas of country affected by catastrophes and provide necessary support for these.
  • Provision of support, when called for, to the South Sudan Government or to any state government in case of catastrophes and emergency where local government can not address these.
  • The council can delegate part or all its authorities to its president.


General Secretariat of the Council
Established based on the Ministerial Decree No. 38 of 1995 and as stipulated in the Civil Defence Law of 2005.


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