The UAE Ministry of Interior has won 14 prestigious international awards, including 6 officers being crowned among the winners of the Influential Commander Award under the age of 40, as part of the awards given by the International Association of Police Commanders (IACP), based in the United States of America, in a virtual ceremony that took place remotely. ...
The honoring included an outstanding group of security chiefs, strategists, commissioners, directors, investigators, and law enforcement professionals worldwide.
With this victory, the Ministry of Interior achieved a new achievement at the forefront of the police authorities in the world by winning this number of awards within this prestigious international award that is active in honoring law enforcement agencies around the world, including institutions and individuals.
The Ministry of Interior is keen to actively participate in this International Police Association and to present its experiences and best practices applied in order to benefit, benefit, exchange experiences and knowledge, and promote joint international action.
The achievement of such achievements in competition with the internationally advanced police authorities enhances the UAE's position and its advanced international position on the ladder of international competitiveness indicators.
The Fujairah Police General Command won the "Leadership Award in Cooperation for Enforcement of Civil / Military Law", Commander-in-Chief of Fujairah Police, Major General Muhammad Ahmad bin Ghanim Al Kaabi, in cooperation with the Fujairah Crisis and Disasters Team.
The Chairman of the Federal Traffic Council, Major General Muhammad Saif Al-Zafin, received the "Standard Baker Prize in Highway Safety", and in the "Best Influential Leader Award under the age of 40", Major Moza Obaid Al-Kalbani from the General Administration for Community Protection and Crime Prevention at the Ministry of Interior was crowned, and the Captain Khalifa Hamad Al Mazrouei from the General Directorate of Federal Criminal Police at the Ministry of Interior, Captain Rashid Nasser Al Ali from Dubai Police, First Lieutenant Engineer Muhammad Abdullah Al Shamsi from Dubai Police, First Lieutenant Ali bin Mohammed Al Nuaimi from Ajman Police, and Lieutenant Sarah Mohammed Al Zarouni from Sharjah Police.
"Operation Stalker", which was carried out by the General Department for Drug Control at the Dubai Police General Headquarters, won the "Transnational Crime Award", while the "Victims Care Award" was won by the General Department of Human Rights at the Dubai Police General Headquarters.
As for the “Vehicle Crime Prevention Award”, it was awarded to the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Investigation at the Dubai Police General Headquarters, while the General Department of Forensic Evidence and Criminology at the Dubai Police General Headquarters won the “Forensic Science Award”.
The General Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Dubai Police General Headquarters won the "Strategic Research Award for Law Enforcement" in cooperation with the Khalifa Empowerment Program "Aqdar".
The Fujairah Police General Command also won the "Crime Discovery Award by Vehicle License Plate" through Captain Nabil Ali Al-Hantoubi.