National service record mooted

DUBAI — Dubai Police has taken the initiative to prepare a national service record of UAE nationals.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sun 26 Mar 2006, 10:31 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:33 PM

Lieutenant-General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, called upon the Total Quality Department of Dubai Police to prepare the record while speaking at a ceremony to honour 50 students who participated in carrying out a public opinion survey in 2005.

Lt.-Gen. Tamim praised the students who volunteered and participated in national service by conducting the public opinion survey last year. It was a difficult job that was accomplished by the students, he noted adding, the findings would help the police high command in taking decisions in all fields.

He felt all nationals should participate in national service before joining any job and their national service record should be reviewed to see whether they participated in community service.

He honoured the participants and a mother of a woman graduate who attended the ceremony and expressed her support for such voluntary national service.

Dr Mansoor Al Awar, Director General of Total Quality Department of Dubai Police, said that students from the Higher Colleges of Technology and Zayed University participated in the opinion survey.

Dr Al Awar said that Dubai Police aims at training students to conduct field surveys and measure the level of satisfaction among members of the public. He said 22 opinion surveys had been conducted by students so far.



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