(MENAFN - Arab Times) Statistics on non-criminal death cases registered in January 2013, which was issued by General Department for Criminal Evidences affiliated to Interior Ministry, indicated that most death cases were registered in Ahmadi Governorate followed by Jahra Governorate and Farwaniya Governorate, reports Al-Shahid daily.
According to the statistics, 42 death cases were registered in Ahmadi Governorate in January 2013, most of which were due to traffic accidents. Three women (a Kuwaiti woman and two expatriates) were registered as victims of hit-and-run accidents. The total number of death cases due to traffic accidents registered in the month of December 2012 was 48.
Meanwhile, the Strategic Studies Institute at the National Security College on Thursday organized a symposium under the slogan, "Building Action Plan on Readiness for Emergency Situations".
In a press statement after the symposium, the Ministry of Interior revealed the participants discussed the parameters of emergency preparation, methods for making emergency calls, level of rate of presence in emergency situations, and evaluation of security efficiency during emergencies. They also stressed the need to study the rate of presence and time lag for the implementation of the emergency preparedness program.
Present at the event were Director General of the college Brigadier Fawzi Al-Suweilam, Director of Security Strategic Studies Institute Colonel Hozam Abdul-Rahman Al-Rashidi and several other ministry officials.