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No 'serious crimes' at this Dubai Police station in 2 years

Hesham Salah/Dubai
Filed on March 23, 2021
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Average response time to emergencies cut down to 5 minutes.

No serious crimes have been recorded at Al Faqa neighbourhood over the past two years, according to Major-General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Criminal Investigation Affairs, Dubai Police.

He inspected the Al Faqa Police Post and encouraged officers and employees to maintain excellence in the delivery mechanism and development of services provided to the public.

The Al Faqa Police Post has achieved 99.31 per cent in security coverage in the area under its jurisdiction and also surpassed the 92 per cent target. The average response time to emergency cases has improved to only five minutes from the initial target of seven minutes.

Similarly, the response time for non-emergency cases has improved to 10 minutes, even though the initial target was 12 minutes.

The Al Faqa Police Post has recorded a drop in the number of traffic accidents and road fatalities.

Data showed that 26 traffic accidents, four road fatalities, and 24 injuries last year. In 2019, there were 29 traffic accidents, 10 road fatalities, and 50 injuries.

Major General Al Mansouri lauded the personnel and employees deployed at the police post for their contribution and readiness to bring down traffic accidents in the area under their jurisdiction.

He also reviewed their workflow and urged them to carry out their duties and responsibilities efficiently to further enhance people’s satisfaction.





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