The Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters organized a workshop to discuss the required mechanism to prepare and update its strategic plan 2016-2020. The workshop was held by the Directorate of Strategy and Performance Development, under the title “Effective Dealing with B Level Crimes and Boosting Community Confidence”.

The workshop was inaugurated by Major General Mohammed bin Al Awadhi Al Menhali, Director General of Police Operations at Abu Dhabi Police. Al Menhali pointed out that this workshop is in line with the strategy aimed at providing excellent services in a bid to enhance public confidence and increase customer satisfaction regarding services provided to them, in accordance with best international standards. “This would reflect on the modern image of the UAE and its efforts to promote and upgrade the police work,” Al Menhali added.

Colonel Faisal Sultan Al Shuaibi, Director of the Strategy and Performance Development at Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, indicated that the attendees discussed the means to align the strategy of Abu Dhabi Police Gneral Headquarters with the UAE strategy 2021, the Ministry of Interior’s strategy and the Abu Dhabi plan in the fields of security, justice and safety.

For his part, Major Dr. Saif Salem Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, Deputy Director of the Strategy and Performance Development Department stressed the importance of such workshops in consolidating and coordinating crime fighting mechanisms.

Major Bader Nasser Al Nuaimi, Chief of the Strategic Development Section at the Strategy and Performance Development General Directorate, noted that the workshop focused on the challenges in dealing efficiently with B level crimes. Moreover, the workshop focused on identifying the main challenges in this area based on the attendees’ practical experience, the general observations from the PESTEL analysis, and the information that have been reviewed; and proposing the appropriate  solutions.

The workshop was attended by the coordinators of strategic goals and strategic planning sections, as well as a large number of officers, non-commissioned officers, civilians and experts.

The workshop witnessed significant interaction from the audience, especially in the hands-on exercises that were conducted. The workshop was concluded by reviewing the next phase of the strategic planning process.

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