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Dubai Police wins big with the latest drugs haul

DUBAI: In an operation codenamed ‘Scorpion’, the Dubai Police has recently thwarted a smuggling attempt of 500 kilogrammes of pure cocaine into the country for selling and promoting purposes. The narcotics, worth more than AED 500 million (US$136m) in street value, were well-hidden within the structure of a cargo container. According to Dubai Police, the […]...Read More

Sharjah Police Science Academy completes 25 years of excellence!

SHARJAH: Since its establishment in 1996, the Sharjah Police Science Academy has proven its dedication to achieving leadership in education, scientific research, and police and security training at the regional level, driven by a vision to efficiently meet the security and police needs of the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE community. In an exclusive […]...Read More

Abu Dhabi Police’s Resilience Rewarded!

Abu Dhabi Police has received international recognition for its organisational resilience, with three stars – the highest ranking – from the International Consortium for Organisational Resilience. The ranking reflects Abu Dhabi Police’s response capabilities, innovation, ongoing operational development, and efficient and proactive services. WAM...Read More

Paris streets set aflame as anti ‘police security’ protests take a violent turn

 Violence erupted in Paris on Saturday for the second consecutive weekend at a mass protest against a new security law, with demonstrators clashing with police, vehicles set alight and shop windows smashed. Thousands of people had began marching peacefully in Paris, waving banners that read “France, land of police rights” and “Withdrawal of the security […]...Read More

BLM activism called ‘violent’ terrorist plot by police educators

In a slanderous document laced with conspiracies and falsehoods, a prominent law enforcement training group has urged local officials to view Black Lives Matter activism as a terrorist plot towards a grander violent revolution. The International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association [ILEETA] have spread inflammatory rhetoric that could misinform the reader and consequently incite […]...Read More