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Police Commander inspects General Administration of Services and Equipment
By a Staff Reporter January 02, 2018
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DUBAI: Over 186,000 people have benefited from the health services of Dubai Police 2017.

These were some of the statistics availed to the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Maj. Gen. Abdullah Khalifa Al-Marri, as he inspected the General Administration of Services and Equipment as part of the annual inspection programme of visiting the police directorates and stations.

He was in the company of the Assistant Commander for General Administration of Services and Equipment, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Saeed Al Marri; the Director of the same directorate, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Saeed Bakhit among other senior officials. The Commander commended the logistical support rendered by the directorate and urged continuation of measuring the work along international standards and best practices.
 

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