ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Wednesday, January 28th 2015 [ME NewsWire]
The Juveniles Awareness and Care Association honored the Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior. The honoring recognized the most recent and pivotal role that the Bureau played in guaranteeing the success of the Association’s programs and activities.
The honoring ceremony held at the Police Officers Club in Dubai was attended by: Lt. General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Deputy Chairman of the Dubai Police and General Security, and Chairman of the Association; Dr. Sultan Saqer Al Suwaidi, Deputy Chairman of the Association; Dr. Muhammad Murad Abdullah, the Association Secretary General; and H.E Mirza Hussain Al Sayegh, Chairman of the Social Committee at the Association.
The list of those that were honored included Lt. Colonel Hammoud Al Affari, Deputy Director of the Bureau; and First Lieutenant Nasser Al Ka’bi, Head of Peripheral Offices Section. Additionally, Maryam Muhammad Al Ahmadi, social researcher at the Law Respect Culture Bureau was honored for the third time in recognition for her notable efforts in supporting the message of the Association and the social objectives that aim to develop ways to improve the mentality of juveniles and to keep them safe.
Lt. Colonel Al Affari said that the honor for the Law Respect Culture Bureau by the Juveniles Awareness and Care Association embodies the positive responsibility and efficiently encourages the efforts that have been exerted to serve juveniles. The dedicated awareness projects strive to benefit juveniles through fostering generations that are aware of both the values and rules of their society- which were pre-established in order to protect them and their peers within the community.
He commended the efforts of the chairman and board members of the Juveniles Awareness and Care Association for their leading role in supporting juveniles in their various age groups and for guiding them to make more constructive life decisions. These efforts aim to encourage juveniles to both protect themselves and to perform their national duty as effective members of their society.
Towards the end of the ceremony, Lt. Colonel Al Affari honored Sarah Saleh Jassim, responsible for the Programs and Activities at the Juveniles Awareness and Care Association, for her role of coordination between the two entities, which ultimately enriched their effective partnership.
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