Forum for best police practices ends today

DUBAI — Lt-General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police, has urged the police authorities to work jointly in order to share their experiments and find solutions to security problems.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Wed 2 May 2007, 8:53 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 4:19 AM

‘Police should work collectively. No police force will be able to work without getting support from their counterparts to protect people’s rights, liberties, security and properties,’ he stressed.

He was speaking on the three-day fifth annual forum for Best Police Practices organised by the General Department of Total Quality of Dubai Police at Dubai Police Officer’s Club on Monday.

Saif Al Shaafar, Under-Secretary of Ministry of Interior, attended the forum.

Dr Abdul Qoudus said that more police organisations had joined the fifth police best practices forum, including German Federal Police, Sudan Police, Lebanon Police and Syria Police.

Yesterday’s session was addressed by Dr Ibrahim, Director of International Awareness Programme of the General Department of Community Service, and Engineer Kamil Batti, Deputy Director of General Department of operation room.

Dr Ibrahim briefed about ‘Future Protector Programme’ designed by the Dubai Police to minimise drug use.


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