Video: Sheikh Hamdan meets first batch of Dubai Police female cadets
Sheikh Hamdan congratulated the cadets on graduating from the Dubai Police Academy with distinction.
Emirati women have demonstrated their ability to excel in leadership roles by showing the highest levels of competence, said Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai.
He said the UAE leadership's support has enabled Emirati women to prove their merit and make a mark not only locally and regionally but also globally. Sheikh Hamdan's remarks came as he met the first batch of female cadets graduating from the Dubai Police Academy.
Proud to have met the first batch of female cadets graduating from @DubaiPoliceHQ Academy. They are proof of how Emirati women have excelled across various fields, including the defence of our homeland and all citizens and residents of this prosperous nation. pic.twitter.com/jAqsf8WF0s- Hamdan bin Mohammed (@HamdanMohammed) August 28, 2020
Lt-Gen. Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police; Mohammed Ahmed bin Fahd, assistant commander-in-chief of Academic Affairs and Training; Brigadier Dr Ghaith Ghanim Al Suwaidi, director of the Dubai Police Academy, and a number of officers and trainers attended the event along with 29 Emirati female cadets from the academy's 2016-2020 batch.
"We are proud to witness the graduation of the first batch of female cadets who have taken on the task of serving and protecting the nation and ensuring the safety and security of its people," Sheikh Hamdan said.
He congratulated the cadets on graduating from the Dubai Police Academy with distinction. He also commended them on winning local and regional sports championships and urged the graduates to excel in all the tasks they are entrusted with and be stellar representatives of Emirati women in the security and police force.
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