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Dubai Police visit schools in security awareness drive
By A Staff Reporter September 14, 2018
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DUBAI: Brigadier Saeed Hamad Bin Sulaiman Al Malek, Director of Al Rashidiya Police Station, visited a number of schools in a school security awareness drive.

The faculty was congratulated on the academic year and conveyed the greetings of the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police for providing security and safety for all.

Brigadier Saeed Hamad Al Malek met a number of faculty members in various schools. He emphasized the keenness of the Dubai Police General Command on the importance of strengthening partnership with the Ministry of Education, Dubai Educational Zone and educational institutions related to students in the security, social, cultural or health aspects.

Brigadier Saeed Hamad Al Malik briefed faculty members on the “School Security” initiative, which aims at strengthening the partnership between the police and educational institutions, contributing to building a conscious and educated generation, and launching educational programmes in coordination with educational sectors and other goals.

Brigadier Saeed Al Malik directed the students to pay attention to education and set an example for their colleagues and be a source of pride for their families and to make more efforts in learning lessons so that they can achieve their goals.

He pointed out that Al Qusais Police Station in cooperation with the General Directorate of Traffic will intensify patrols in school areas to maintain smooth traffic. In addition, parents and students will pay attention to boarding school buses, urging drivers to abide by the traffic rules, pointing out that Rashidiya Police Station will hold a series of awareness lectures for students in the area and will intensify patrols in the morning and school ending hours to manage and regulate traffic.

Brigadier Saeed Al Malik explained that the centre’s management has held coordination meetings with the school principals. The centre’s administration will cooperate with the General Directorate of Traffic to intensify patrols at the beginning and the end of the school day to check the safety of the students and the security situation.
 

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