Two million and 120,000 visitors to the National Security open house in Agadir.

The General Directorate of National Security announced that the National Security open house, held in Agadir from May 17 to 21, welcomed a total of two million and 120,000 visitors (2,120,000) , thus setting a record compared to previous editions of this community event.

This edition was marked by a record daily influx, exceeding more than one million and 400,000 visitors on Saturday and Sunday May 18 and 19. These visitors were mainly students from 845 educational establishments and schools of traditional teaching and memorization of the Quran, as well as representatives of more than 1242 civil society associations and correspondents from 170 national and local media and television channels. .

In addition to the massive influx of residents from Agadir, Inezgane, Aït Melloul and neighboring towns such as Taroudant, Tiznit, Tata, Essaouira and Tafraout, the General Directorate of National Security has set up an application computer allowing you to virtually visit the spaces of this event via the Internet. A “JPO POLICE” application available on the main platforms, downloadable to mobile phones and tablets, has also been made available to consult the edition program and the various professional activities and presentations organized in this context.

The General Directorate of National Security also used its official accounts on social networks to ensure live broadcasting of the various activities of this event, reaching more than 25 million views. This also helped provide necessary explanations and professional information to carry out 1097 media activities for the benefit of various media.

The fifth edition of the National Security open days in Agadir was also marked by the development of more than 58,000 square meters of spaces and stands, including 10,000 square meters covered. These spaces included 37 stands dedicated to scientific and technical police, intervention units, the uses of technology and science in the police field, recruitment, training and management of the professional and social life of police officers. , identification documents, border control and other security professions, as well as stands offering an overview of computer applications and artificial intelligence systems developed by experts from the General Directorate of National Security to improve the citizen security service. Joint stands with the National Human Rights Council and the National Road Safety Agency were also installed, illustrating the depth of partnerships with these national institutions.

A 750 square meter entertainment area has been set up for children, including activities combining the fun of play and learning using the latest virtual reality and interactive technologies. Open spaces have also been provided for professional presentations by the National Security cavalry, trained police dogs, special forces and the orchestra, with high-quality sound and lighting systems to ensure optimal interaction with the citizens.

Regarding the scientific content of this event, this edition of the open days continued to open up to the different components of civil society and institutional and academic partners through the organization of a series of conferences and of scientific meetings on current topics, such as the documentation of the experience of integrating the efforts of public forces, relief institutions and civil society in the management of the Al Haouz earthquake disaster, the presentation of the Moroccan model for managing major events, the uses of artificial intelligence in the police field, as well as the use of genetic fingerprints and scientific evidence in the achievement of justice.

To reinforce the humanitarian aspect of this event, a blood donation area was set up in partnership with the National Blood Transfusion Center, making it possible to collect donations from 230 police officers and visitors to support the national reserves of this vital material. .

The objective of the General Directorate of National Security, by periodically organizing National Security open days in different cities, is to strengthen police proximity, to open the public police service to society, and to adapt security action plans to the real expectations of citizens, in a strategic approach aimed at guaranteeing the security of citizens.

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