|The naissance of Abu Dhabi Police's nucleus to carry out restricted duties of guardianship to the governor's palace, the government house, the market, and banks depending on a force of 80 policemen, four land rover cars, and a short budget. |
The appointment of H.H. Sultan bin Shakhbout head of the police.
The size of the force reached 250 employees and the organization used to work under the name "Police Department". Employees were under two types: Policeman (his duties are guarding the palace, the government house, the markets and banks, and patrolling, etc.), whereas the special guard "Mutarzi" (was responsible for protecting the governor at all times.
In the late 1950s, there were several police stations under the police department as Tarif PS in the western region, Magtaa PS within Abu Dhabi island and AlMarbaa PS in AlAin.
|The rise of the first mounted police patrol (alfursan)|
Police Department enlarged to be named "Police and Security Command" and the police school was opened to prepare a force from the local men in the emirate, which has later become the nucleus for the foundation of the current police college.
A decree was issued by the Federal Supreme Council to amalgamate police agencies of the country and the Ministry of Interior to be granted the supervisory authority on the security, immigration and residence affairs.
The issuance of the law of reorganizing the government departments in Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi Police has then become known as "The General Directorate of Police".
The force renamed from The General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police to The General Department of Abu Dhabi Police.
H.H. Shaik Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan took responsibilities of Abu Dhabi Police General Commander.
|The launch of the first strategy to define the future state of development that Abu Dhabi Police is looking forward to reaching.|
|The force renamed from "The General Department of Abu Dhabi Police" to "The General Headquarter of Abu Dhabi Police" and the development of the organizational structure.|