A delegation from Abu Dhabi police was briefed on the latest security procedures and mechanisms used in police and security work, in addition to modern training methods in the area of investigation, during a field trip to the Australian Federal Police.
The delegation, led by Lieutenant Khalid Al-Shehhi from the Security and Ports Affairs General Department, met with Powell Reddy, Director of the Information Center at the Australian police. During the meeting, the Abu Dhabi police team, including crime scene investigators, analysts and forensics experts, was introduced.
The delegation was also briefed on the operational procedures and standard benchmarking for the best international practices implemented in police and security work.
The delegation members were given an overview of the vehicles and special devices used by the crime scene team, in addition to other facilities related to police and security work. Moreover, the delegation attended a lecture on some of the experiences of the Australian police team in the field of investigation and dealing with accidents.
In addition, the delegation toured the training village, where both new team members and crime scene teams are trained to become professionals in their field of work.
The delegation also toured the workshop, and got acquainted with the facilities, vehicles and devices. The crime scene officer gave them a presentation on the most important tasks and functions of the security team.
At the end of the visit, both parties discussed ways of supporting the joint collaboration between them in the field of training; exchanging expertise and information related to police and security work.
It is worth mentioning that the Abu Dhabi Police delegation included First Lieutenant Sa’id Ahmad Al-Hassani; First Lieutenant Ossama Ali Al Hammoudi; Lieutenant Ahmad Abdallah Al-Hamadi, First Assistant Abdallah Al-Harithi, and Strategic Consultant Harreth Williams.