In collaboration with the Knowledge Higher Committee, the Knowledge Center at the General Directorate of Strategy and Performance Development, Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, , organized the third Knowledge and Ideas Exchange Forum titled "Lessons Learned from the Attack at London's Cumberland Hotel”.
The forum, which was held at the Forensic Evidence Hall at Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, was attended by Major General Mohammed bin Al Awadhi Al Menhali, Director General of Human Resources in Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, along with a large number of officers and staff members from Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters.
Major Dr. Saif Salem Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, Deputy Director of the Strategy and Performance Development at Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, inaugurated the Forum and welcomed the audience. "This forum complements our methodology and embodies our commitment to continuously spread the knowledge culture across all sectors, by implementing the best practices. It is also an opportunity to discuss and review distinguished experiences, and to exchange and develop knowledge," he added.
Speaking at the forum was a team of high-ranking investigators from the Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC) at the British Metropolitan Police, who participated in the arrest of the suspects involved in the heinous attack on the three Emirati sisters in their London hotel room.
Detective Superintendent Carl Mehta, Head of investigations at Metropolitan Police, gave an overview of the methodology adopted by the Metropolitan Police to protect the city and achieve the highest levels of security and safety. Detective Chief Inspector Andy Chalmers, who led the investigations into the attack on the three Emirati sisters at London’s Cumberland Hotel, explained the details of the incident and the procedures that were undertaken to collect evidence; uncover the circumstances of the crime; and arrest the culprits.