Officials during the signing of the agreement.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The International Centre for Security and Safety at the Dubai Police Academy (ICSS) and AI International Centre for Security and Safety (AIICSS) signed a memorandum of understanding with Dubai Airports Corporation on the sidelines of the Dubai Airshow 2023, held recently at DWC.
The memorandum was signed by Brigadier Dr Sultan Abdul Hamid Al Jamal, Director of the Dubai Police Academy; Adel Abdel Hadi, Chief Executive Officer of AIICSS; and Majid Al Joker, Chief Operations Officer at Dubai Airports, for the second party.
The memorandum aims to enhance joint cooperation in the field of training and the exchange of expertise between the sides, ensuring the benefit from the opportunities of joint training activities and events and the exchange of knowledge aimed at qualifying and developing human cadres, enabling them to perform their tasks in law enforcement.
An earlier report said Mohammed Bin Ahmed Al Bowardi, Minister of State for Defence Affairs, visited the Dubai Airshow site at DWC, Al Maktoum International Airport.
Al Bowardi led a group of senior officers from the Ministry of Defence and Dubai Police General Command for a tour as part of the final preparations for the event.
Al Bowardi was briefed by the heads of the Military Committee Organising the Airshow on the readiness, procedures and logistical preparations for the show.
The aim was to ensure the safety and security of exhibitors and official delegations, and Dubai Airshow’s readiness to welcome visitors from all over the world.
At the end of the tour, Al Bowardi praised the efforts of the Organising Committee for their high level of readiness, emergency and crisis, and medical evacuation plans, noting that they underline the UAE’s leading capabilities in hosting major events, along with its position as a leading global destination powered by state-of-the-art infrastructure.
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