A total of 50 students participating in the ‘Friends of the Police’ Program visited the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters and reviewed its leading experiences in police work. They were also acquainted with the different tasks and duties carried out by the Central Operations Room at the Operations Department and the Procurement and Warehouses Section.

During their tour at the Procurement and Warehouses Department at Abu Dhabi Police, students were received by Brigadier Saeed Saif Al Nuaimi, Deputy Director General of Finance and Services at Abu Dhabi Police. Brigadier Al Nuaimi urged students to benefit from the different cultural, sports and historical programs and events organized by the Clubs Department at Abu Dhabi Police represented by the Cultural and Social Activities section.

Students were also acquainted with the duties of the Operations Room at the Operations Department affiliated to the General Directorate of Central Operations. Lieutenant Colonel Rashid Al Ka’bi, Head of the Central Operations Section at Abu Dhabi Police, briefed students about the services presented to the public. He also acquainted students with the workflow at the Operations Room, the advanced systems and programs used at the department and ways to handle crises, events and notifications.

Students received a number of advice that encourage them to invest their leisure  time during school vacations to acquire skills and expertise that would enhance their physical and mental abilities, shape their character, and motivate them to create and innovate.

These activities are part of the Friends of the Police Program, recently launched by the Cultural and Social Activities Section at the Clubs Department for the children of officers, non-commissioned officers, and civilians working at the Ministry of Interior. Students aged between 7 and 12 years took part in the program, organized for the second semester vacation 2015-2016.

Colonel Saif Saeed Al Shamesi, Head of the Cultural and Social Activities Section at the Clubs and Sports Activities Department, stressed the Abu Dhabi Police’s commitment to keep children occupied during school vacations with activities that develop their skills and knowledge, alongside their physical and mental abilities. He said: “These activities are character-building; and allow children to fill their leisure time with useful religious, cultural and social guidance, as well as recreational and sports activities. They also acquaint children with their parent's work environment, and their duties in serving and protecting society, and encourage innovation.”
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