Units will conduct 56 simulation exercises, involving cavalry, police dogs, biker brigades, a musical troop, the infantry brigade, and rapid reaction forces.
The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) is organizing the event September 26-30, at the Bab Jdid square in Marrakech.
The event will be open daily to the public from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
DGSN wants to be open to its social circle and to inform the public about the mission of the various security units and corps. The event also aims to show the advanced equipment available to national security services, DGSN wrote in a statement published by the state-owned news agency MAP.
DGSN indicated that the organization of the open days “is pursuant to royal instructions to modernize the public service provided by national security and to improve the security services provided to all citizens, foreigners residing in Morocco and tourists.”
The square will host 29 stages to present national security missions and services as well as three spaces dedicated to entertainment and awareness.
There will also be a police museum to show national security officials’ artistic and literary publications and another space to commemorate national security officers who died in the line of duty, according to DGSN’s statement.
The statement also noted the organization of 10 conferences on the public’s security concerns.
DGSN added that its members will interact with visitors and answer questions. Attendees can get information about the event’s programs from brochures and posters on site or the mobile application “JPO Police.”
DGSN organized its first open days on September 14-16, 2017, in Casablanca’s International Fair under the theme “National Security: Commitment and Loyalty.”