The Ministry of Interior organized a specialized course to refine the skills of 25 of its staff members in ‘Security Information Analysis’ Methods’. The course was held at the Technical Training Section, the Electronics and Telecommunications Services Directorate General; in cooperation with the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Brigadier Engineer Hussein Ahmed Al Harthi, Director General of Central Operations at the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters and Acting Director General of Electronics and Telecommunications Services, distributed certificates to graduates who successfully completed the course.

Brigadier Al Harthi said that such specialized courses allow staff members to boost their skills. He noted that: “The courses aim to qualify candidates to collect evidence, reach logical and accurate conclusions to fight the risks of e-crimes; and ultimately enable investigators to identify perpetrators of such modern sophisticated crimes.”

Adding further, he said: “We have sensed a growing keenness by all of our staff members to achieve excellence and acquire the distinguished expertise that they can further refine in the line of field work.” Moreover, he stressed the importance of pursuing further education and knowledge through training, rehabilitation, refinement of expertise, and enrolling in additional training courses, which serve staff members in their police work. In conclusion, he noted that the Ministry of Interior works diligently to promote the comprehensive training system.

For his part, Colonel Ahmed Hamid Al Suwaidi, Chief of Technical Training Section in the Electronics and Telecommunications Services Directorate General said: “Our cooperation with the Australian Government enhances the exchange of skills between both parties, especially in the fields of training and exchange of expertise.”

Colonel Issa Ahmed Jassem, Educational Tools Branch Manager, explained that candidates who attended the specialized course received multiple training applications. He said: “The course comes in line with the yearly training plan organized by the Branch, to prepare and qualify officers and non-commissioned officers and to develop their professional and leadership skills to serve the different aspects of police work.”

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