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Dubai Police honour resident for returning wallet found during T20 World Cup


Dubai Police honours Arab Resident for Honesty.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The Dubai Police have recently honoured an Arab national for his honesty as he returned a wallet he had found in Dubai International Cricket Stadium during a match of T20 World Cup. The wallet contained a sum of money, credit cards, and personal documents.

Major General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Director of the General Department of Organisations Protective Security and Emergency in Dubai Police, honoured Ahmed Muhammad Abu Hammam, and praised his positive response.


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Maj. Gen. Al Ghaithi emphasised the importance of the collaboration between the members of the public and police in ensuring the security and happiness of society. He pointed out that rewarding Abu Hammam comes in line with the Dubai Police's keenness to strengthen the concept of community partnership.

"Dubai Police realises that the cooperation of all segments of society is vital and actively contributes to the force's efforts in protecting the society and ensuring their happiness," Maj. Gen. Al Ghaithi added.

In recognition of his ethical conduct, honesty and good behaviour, Ahmed Muhammad Abu Hammam was awarded a certificate of appreciation and a gift.

Abu Hammam thanked the Dubai Police for honouring him and added that this honour gives him pride and joy.

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