DJI launches training program for judicial police
Dubai, July 26, 2010
Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI), a leading centre of law studies and judicial training, has launched a new program to train judicial police.
The program aims to habilitate and qualify judicial police officers working at all federal and local government departments.
The program targets male and female officers who handle cases of infractions committed by individuals or institutions according to control standards based on specific scientific grounds. In addition, the program will help judicial officers obtain skills and abilities required to keep up with local, regional and international challenges.
The program also helps the Department of Health, Customs, Roads and Transport Authority, Aviation departments, and the Department of Tourism in establishing deeply rooted standards of the behavioural tendencies that the judicial officers should acquire, which will ensure a consistently high-level of service, promote security and justice, and reinforce the society's laws.
“We are pleased with this new level of cooperation as it equips judicial police officers with best practices, legal concepts, and important tools required to develop reasoning, analysis, challenge management and decision-making mechanisms and strategies,” stated Dr Jamal Alsumaiti, director general of DJI.
“Through this initiative, we aim to develop a comprehensive program that will be implemented in Dubai and across the UAE, making the Institute the main reference for such implementations at all local and Federal Government institutions and departments.”-TradeArabia News Service
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