Smart po­lice ser­vice cen­tre opened

24/7 cen­tre at City Walk to of­fer 27 key ser­vices in­clud­ing re­port­ing of crimes, traf­fic in­ci­dents

Gulf News - - Nation -

His High­ness Shaikh Mo­ham­mad Bin Rashid Al Mak­toum, Vice-Pres­i­dent and Prime Min­is­ter of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, yes­ter­day opened the world’s first smart po­lice ser­vice cen­tre at City Walk.

The smart cen­tre will operate with­out hu­man in­ter­ven­tion and be open 24/7 to of­fer 27 key ser­vices, in­clud­ing re­port­ing of crimes and traf­fic in­ci­dents and com­mu­nity ser­vices. It will also pro­vide 33 fully au­to­mated sub­ser­vices.

Shaikh Mo­ham­mad is­sued di­rec­tives to repli­cate the ex­pe­ri­ence in all res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial ar­eas in the fu­ture and pro­vide the finest smart po­lice ser­vices to fa­cil­i­tate ac­cess to po­lice for the pub­lic and save their time and ef­fort.

Shaikh Mo­ham­mad ex­pressed his de­light at the ac­cel­er­ated de­vel­op­ment Dubai is wit­ness­ing at all lev­els and the lead­er­ship’s keen­ness on pro­vid­ing all nec­es­sary ser­vices and fa­cil­i­ties to the pub­lic in all fields.

Lt-Gen­eral Dahi Khal­fan Tamim, Deputy Chair­man of Po­lice and Pub­lic Se­cu­rity, and Ma­jor-Gen­eral Ab­dul­lah Khal­ifa Al Merri, Com­man­der-in-Chief of Dubai Po­lice, were present.

Maj-Gen Al Merri said Dubai Po­lice, un­der the fol­low up of Lt-Gen­eral Dahi Khal­fan, will re­main the watch­ful eye on the se­cu­rity, safety and hap­pi­ness of the com­mu­nity and will con­tinue play­ing its lead­ing role by keep­ing up to date with the lat­est de­vel­op­ments, in im­ple­men­ta­tion of Shaikh Mo­ham­mad’s vi­sion. Also present were Khal­ifa Saeed Su­laiman, di­rec­tor-gen­eral of Dubai Pro­to­col and Hospi­tal­ity Depart­ment, and Ab­dul­lah Ah­mad Al Hab­bai, chair­man of Dubai Hold­ing and Mer­aas Hold­ing, and other se­nior of­fi­cials.

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Shaikh Mo­ham­mad Bin Rashid Al Mak­toum be­ing briefed about the op­er­a­tion of the smart po­lice ser­vice cen­tre he in­au­gu­rated at City Walk in Dubai yes­ter­day.

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