Attends INTERPOL Global Program for Young Police Leaders in Dubai
The INTERPOL President, Kim Jong Yang, has recently paid a visit to the Dubai Police General Headquarters, accompanied by Jürgen Stock, Secretary General of INTERPOL, on the sidelines of the first edition of the INTERPOL Global Program for Young Police Leaders which was hosted in the Emirate of Dubai.
Pilot Major General Mohammed Ahmed Bin Thani, Acting Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, welcomed the visiting delegation in the presence of Major General Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior; Major General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Assistant to Commander-in-Chief of Criminal Investigation, and a number of police leaders and senior officers.
The meeting discussed ways to enhance cooperation and coordination between the Dubai Police and the INTERPOL, and the exchange of experiences and information that mutually benefit both bodies.
Kim Jong Yang and the accompanying delegation toured Dubai Police's various department and learned about the latest services and initiatives that contribute to enhancing the emirate's overall levels of safety and security and to ensuring the happiness of all members of society.
The INTERPOL delegation then reviewed Dubai Police’s (OYOON) Project which is an integrated security system that uses modern and sophisticated technologies and artificial intelligence features to prevent crime, reduce traffic accident related deaths, prevent any negative incidents in residential, commercial and vital areas.
In addition, delegation members were briefed on the various services provided by the Smart Police Station (SPS).
Located at several location across Dubai, The SPS is open 24 hours and seven days a week to offer 27 key services, such as reporting crimes and traffic incidents, as well as a further 33 community-based services, which range from obtaining a good-conduct certificate to social support for victims of family violence.
Towards the end of the visit, INTERPOL and Dubai Police officials valued the mutual strong partnership between their respective organisations as they exchanged commemorative shields.