Ministry of Interior is studying a series of field measures and punitive deterrents to curb crimes and ensure compliance and application of the law, official security sources say.
They revealed about a plan to deport any expatriate who is involved in three proven criminal cases, adding that such a plan will require activation of administrational deportation for cases such as assaulting police, involving in fights, possessing drugs, committing major traffic offenses and failing to honor the laws of the country.
Meanwhile, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali declared that more than 700 security checkpoints are being set up on a weekly basis in all parts of the country with the aim of countering any negative phenomenon that could emerge at any time. “Due to notable presence of law enforcement officers and moderate number of security checkpoints, there is a significant drop in cases of theft, fights, reckless driving and shootings”, he said. Major General Al-Ali assured that the law enforcement agencies are on constant alert to deal with any public disorders or crimes, affirming the keenness of the ministry to maintain security and stability of the country and the people of Kuwait particularly in current times of regional tension.