Liran Mazkeret – Deputy Department Manager, Safety and Emergency Department Manager
Yitzhak After – Educational Institutions Security Officer
Inbal Ilan – Deputy Patrol and Municipal Supervision Department Manager
Sima Mizrahi Zohar – Security Department Secretary
The Municipal Security Department is responsible for providing an effective response to security, protection, enforcement, and enhancement of the residents’ sense of security, identification of hazards and taking measures to mitigate risks, protection of employees and students of educational institutions, and city events.
The Department coordinates and directs the city’s emergency response according to reference scenarios and serves as a knowledge center in the field of security, safety and emergency services for all city units and institutions operating under the city’s jurisdiction.
* Evacuee Assistance Corps: Receive populations evacuated from disaster/event areas, prepare, organize, and operate absorption facilities, handle civilian casualties in emergencies, identification and burial of residents.
* Emergency Economics: Routine and emergency response.
Composition of the Emergency Economy Committee
In an emergency situation, the municipality will continue to provide all essential services to its residents as seamlessly as possible and according to the state of emergency, in cooperation with emergency and rescue organizations and government ministries.
The Municipality will continue to function as usual, maintaining the infrastructure, the sanitation and the functionality of the road system, operating the 106 Municipal Hotline, various emergency websites and an Urban Operations Center that will be in charge of coordinating all security, emergency and rescue services.
Home Front Command website >>
MDA Website >>
Fire and Emergency Services Website >>
ERAN Emotional First Aid Website >>
Ministry of Education Central District Website >>
Emergency Guidelines >>
Volunteering for the Security Department in an emergency (residents with security background / 4×4 vehicle owners, etc.) >>
Public shelters, inspected and approved by the city as safe spaces, are scattered throughout the city to provide shelter during emergencies in addition to safe rooms, public and private bomb shelters.
The city’s siren system was established and is maintained by the Home Front Command (IDF). The spread of sirens throughout the city allows the public to hear alarms outside of buildings during emergencies.
According to the guidelines of the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Health, the public will be vaccinated against epidemics during an emergency and as needed. Vaccination centers will be opened for city residents and the public will be called upon to receive vaccines.
Cameras will be placed in various central locations in Yehud-Monosson.
In schools (courtyards and hallways), public gardens, intersections, community centers, water stations, city entrances, commercial centers, residential area entrances, municipal institutions, open spaces, and more.
The camera system broadcasts continuously to the city hotline and is used to maintain public order, prevent vandalism, prevent violence, protect city facilities and more. Any such incident that occurs in the city is investigated via the camera system and is used to track down criminals.
As a result of the system, the quality of life in the city has increased and the level of crime and theft has decreased by significant percentages.
In 2023, panic buttons were distributed in a variety of public places in Yehud-Monosson.
Public gardens, educational institutions, municipal institutions, etc.
The panic button system continuously transmits to the municipal hotline and is used to maintain public order, prevent vandalism, prevent violence, protect municipal sites, and more. Any alert received from a panic button will receive a response from the hotline, surveillance and municipal patrols as needed.