Dubai Police receives Consul-General of Singapore

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Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in various areas with Syed Muhammad Raziff Aljunie, Consul-General of the Republic of Singapore.

The meeting was held at the Dubai Police Officers Club and also covered others topics of mutual interest.

Al Marri welcomed Singapore's Consul-General and the accompanying delegation, reaffirming the Dubai Police's keenness to enhance communication with various agencies, including diplomatic agencies.

The Singaporean Consul-General praised the level of safety and security in Dubai in particular and the UAE in general. He thanked the Dubai Police for its permanent endeavours to enhance cooperation and joint coordination in various fields.

The delegation was briefed on the Ghiath Smart Patrol, one of the world's most advanced security vehicles equipped with 360-degree deployable cameras, smart devices, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the latest technological systems. They also learned about the advanced services that enhance police work in the security and traffic aspects.

The meeting witnessed the presence of Major General Ahmed Muhammad Rafi, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Administration Affairs; Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Operations Affairs; Major General Jamal Al Jallaf, Director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation; Major General Ahmed bin Ghalita, Director of the General Department of Forensics and Criminology, and a number of senior officers and officials.

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