Officers trained in tackling human trafficking cases

DUBAI — The UAE policy on human trafficking is based on the principle of transparency and strictness in dealing with the crimes in coordination with the agencies concerned, according to Brigadier Khamees Mattar Al Muzina, Director of Criminal Investigations Department, at Dubai Police.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sun 11 Mar 2007, 8:34 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 3:55 AM

He made the remarks at the conclusion of the first course on investigation in human trafficking crimes, which was organised by the department in conjunction with the Human rights Division of the General Department for Community Service and the Shield Security Services Company of UK.

The UAE, he said, is among the countries, which have enforced anti-human trafficking laws and legislations.

The course is the first of its kind to be held in the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, he noted.

Sultan A. Juwaiyed, a lawyer at Al Ain Public Prosecution, and John Delmon from the British Police, delivered lectures during the course, with the aim of boosting the UAE role in upholding human rights.

The course aims at equipping the police officers from Dubai Police and the Ministry of Interior, with the skills and modern means needed for investigating and probing different kinds of such crimes, as well as underscoring the rue of law.

Brigadier Al Mouzina distributed the certificates to participants of the five-day course.


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