He made the statement during the concluding session of the four-day workshop which was organised by Dubai Police from January 15. Al Marri said the value of such workshops was to throw up ideas to resolve various problems. He reaffirmed the importance of the issues that were tackled during the workshop, revolving around police training, use of fake passports, criminal investigation in police stations and labour strike indicators.
Dr Mohammed Abdullah Murad, Director of the Decision Making Centre of Dubai Police, reviewed the activities and achievements of the centre during last year.
Dr Al Marri distributed certificates to the participants.
Meanwhile, Lieutenant Nawaf Mohammed Batti Al Shamsi, Head of Traffic Section at Al Qusais, said that the traffic movement section has recorded 8,238 traffic violations during last year.
He said that 2,096 tickets were issued for lane discipline violations which topped the violations.
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