Ministry of Interior, represented by Abu Dhabi Police GHQ and in coordination with Sharjah Police GHQ helped Mustafa Jabbar Al Baderi, a 12-year- boy, realize his ambition by allowing him to work as a lieutenant for one day in Sharjah police force.
The drive is part of the keenness of Lt. General H.H Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minster and Minster of Interior to offer support to the societal and humanitarian initiatives.
Major General Humaid Mohammed Al Hadidi, Commander in Chief of Sharjah Police, has received the child at his office in presence of his father and Hani Al Zubaidi, member, board of directors, Make A Wish Foundation and a number of police officers.
Having dressed in police uniform and accompanied by a patrol vehicle, Mustafa started a tour on one of streets in Sharjah and stopped a car which happened to violate traffic rules by using a radio device. He proceeded to the car and requested documents before issuing a fine to the violating motorist.
He also toured the operation room where he was educated on processing 999 calls to proper authorities. He received a mock-up call to tackle an incident. After noting down caller’s name and address and type of report, he called the patrol nearest to the location where the incident has occurred. He asked the patrol personnel to move to the place and requested the bodies concerned to follow up the report
He completed his tour with a visit to the crime scene section where he viewed the latest equipment and was briefed on role of crime scene in detecting perpetrators.
Hani Al Zubaidi expressed his thanks to Ministry of Interior for its quick response to support humanitarian initiatives, praising the role of Sharjah police in assisting Mustafa realizing his dream.
Father of Mustafa thanked police leadership for much attention it gives to children, those with disabilities and to all community segments.