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French Police praises UAE Security Authorities’ Efficiency in Applying the Highest International Standards

During the graduation of a “Human Rights” course in Abu Dhabi

ME NewsWire

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Sunday, September 28th 2014

Major General Marc Boudet, from the General Inspectorate of the French police, praised the efficiency of the police and security authorities in the UAE, which implement international best standards in providing services to community members, boosting safety and security and improving the skills of police staff members. He noted that the UAE stands today amongst the leading countries in respect for human rights; thanks to its advanced security bodies, which apply international best standards and specifications. He also praised the efforts of Abu Dhabi Police and their staff members who enjoy a vast experience and a solid knowledge base in this area, as well as their diligent efforts to achieve the highest standards of excellence.

These remarks were made by Major General Marc Boudet, during the ceremony held on Thursday at the Hilton Abu Dhabi Corniche Hotel by the Training Department at Abu Dhabi Police’s Human Resources Directorate General, to celebrate the graduation of a course titled “Human rights and ethics management in daily work”. A total of 20 staff members from Abu Dhabi Police’s various departments took part in the course, which was delivered by Major General Marc Boudet, from the General Inspectorate of the French police, who is an expert on work ethics within the police force,   the conduct of police members and dealing with international organizations concerned with human rights; in addition to Colonel Pierre Francois Guerin, from the French police.

Major General Boudet said that the course was designed to exchange and enhances expertise between both the UAE and French police; with respect to practices related to police work ethics and human rights; particularly in this day and age, when security forces all over the world suffer severe pressure in the area of respect for human rights. He explained that police bodies across the world face accountability for their observance and respect for human rights.

For his part, Colonel Pierre Francois Guerin from the French police noted that visitors to the UAE enjoy a deep sense of security and safety; thanks to the unstinting efforts of police and security forces in the country, which endeavor to achieve the highest levels of security and safety for all.

In conclusion, Lieutenant Colonel Saleh Saeed Al Amoudi, International Cooperation Branch Manager at the Training Department, indicated that the training courses carried out by the Human Resources Directorate General, represented by the Training Department, aims mainly to improve police work and provide the best security services through a highly qualified police body. “The department resorts to the best international experts to provide an overview of their scientific and practical experiences to police staff members at the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ,” he said.

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The Arabic-language text of this announcement is the official, authoritative version. Translations are provided as an accommodation only, and should be cross-referenced with the Arabic-language text, which is the only version of the text intended to have legal effect.

Contacts

The UAE Minister of Interior's General Secretariat, Tactical Affairs and Security Media Department

Abu Dhabi Police GHQ - Security Media

Chris Cron +971-(0)-50-987-1317

E-mail: cron.media@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

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