Abu Dhabi Police urged to pursue excellence
Abu Dhabi, January 13, 2014
Abu Dhabi’s police leadership has been instructed to boost mutual co-ordination, improve their efforts and to pursue excellence in the provision of services.
Chairing the Abu Dhabi Police Higher Command Committee Meeting, Lt General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior also stressed the importance of follow-up of work performance, as per the plans set up for the strategic initiatives and projects.
The meeting also reviewed the crime prevention strategy and a number of topics on the agenda pertaining to upgrading the standards of police performance.
It was attended by senior officials from Abu Dhabi Police, Dubai Police and a number of heads of departments and senior officers. - TradeArabia News Service
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