‘Over 92 per cent people trust Abu Dhabi Police’

ABU DHABI — More than 92 per cent of the people living in Abu Dhabi repose full faith and trust in the efficiency and integrity of the Abu Dhabi Police, a recent survey reveals.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Wed 8 Aug 2007, 8:59 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 1:53 AM

The latest survey, conducted among the capital’s residents by Abu Dhabi Police, shows that compared to last year’s findings, 19 per cent more people are happy with the police.

The survey was conducted between May 7 and June 7, 2007, in cooperation with the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research and Study Centre of the Abu Dhabi Police.

According to the survey findings, 86.2 per cent of the people were happy with dealings of police, 67.8 per cent were happy about enhanced services offered by the police, 66.4 per cent were positive about the police attitude towards the public while 90 per cent of those surveyed were happy with the availability of the police in their vicinity.

Around 1,200 respondents answered questions related to security and safety measures in the city. The survey covered UAE nationals as well as the expatriates living in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Brigadier Nasser Al Naoumi, director general of the office of the Minister of Interior stated: “The result of the survey shows that the strategic initiatives implemented under the directives of Lt.Gen. Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Minister of Interior, has fetched good results.

“The police have taken lot of initiatives to serve the public, in close cooperation with the people and will keep on enhancing the number of services and further improving its quality of service to further enhance public faith in it,” said Al Naoumi.



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