ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Wednesday, April 22nd 2015 [ME NewsWire]
Brigadier Pilot Ali Mohammed Al Mazroui, Director of the Air Wing Department at Abu Dhabi Police, awarded six officers from the department with their new ranks.
During the ceremony, held at the department’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi, Brigadier Al Mazroui extended his congratulations to the promoted officers. He praised their efforts in the performance of their duties and called upon them to maintain the advanced level of police work and services. He said: “This promotion reflects the higher leadership's care and attention towards its citizens and its appreciation of their continuous efforts and loyalty to enhance the security journey and to preserve the national gains.”
Brigadier Al Mazroui valued the officers’ commitment in the pursuit of excellence while discharging the duties assigned to them and optimizing the quality of police work, as a part of the constant development system adopted by Abu Dhabi Police. He pointed out to the police leadership's attention to improve the efficiency of its human cadres by granting them promotions in appreciation of their loyal efforts in the line of duty.
For their part, the promoted officers expressed their happiness for this recognition, stressing that it represents an incentive for them to better perform their duties in police work and to exert further efforts in the service of the country.
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