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Dubai Police showcases 6 Specialised Services at ‘Airport Show 2024’

Dubai Police showcases 6 Specialised Services at ‘Airport Show 2024’
14 May 2024 17:00


The Dubai Police is participating in the 23rd edition of the Airport Show 2024, which will be held from 14 to 16 May at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

As part of their participation, Dubai Police is showcasing six specialised services, namely the Dubai Civil Aviation Security Centre in the General Department of Airport Security, the VIP Protection Department, the Explosives Security Department, the Security Inspection Department K9 Unit, the 901 Call Centre, and the Tourist Police Department in the General Department of Criminal Investigations.

Colonel Engineer Marwan Mohammed Singel, Director of the Dubai Civil Aviation Security Centre at Dubai Police, reaffirmed the unwavering dedication of the General Department of Airport Security to participate in the Airport Show annually. He emphasised that the Airport Show is an invaluable platform for displaying Dubai Police's specialized services in security inspections. The event also offers an opportunity to learn from industry best practices and establish strategic partnerships that significantly enhance security and safety, as well as ensure the utmost satisfaction of visitors and passengers.

Col. Singel stated that the Dubai Civil Aviation Security Centre, under the guidance of H.E Major General Ali Atiq Bin Lahej, Acting Assistant Commandant for Ports Affairs, is participating in the Airport Show with a diverse range of specialized aviation security training programs, spanning from foundational to advanced levels, and a selection of training modules that have received certification from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). 

"The Centre is also highlighting its latest accomplishments and smart services, which cater to the needs of passengers and customers and strengthen airport security and safety, particularly through effective baggage and cargo screening practices," he continued.

Furthermore, Col. Singel emphasised the crucial role of the Dubai Civil Aviation Security Centre in enhancing airport security. He highlighted that through its specialised departments, units, state-of-the-art technologies, and comprehensive training programs for personnel, the Centre equips its staff with the necessary skills to deliver optimal service to visitors and travellers. "This comprehensive approach ensures the enhancement of security and safety while simultaneously prioritising the utmost satisfaction of all individuals within this category," he concluded.

The Dubai Police Stand also showcases the XRT virtual training program designed to train airport X-ray device users. This program offers trainees a seamless and immersive experience in practising the operation of the actual device. Additionally, the Stand highlights a range of workshops the Centre provides, such as crisis management, risk management, national inspection, mail and air cargo security, and other specialised services and workshops related to security inspections.

Source: WAM
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