Dubai Police’s SWAT Challenge highlights readiness for emergencies, hostage situations

Dubai Police’s SWAT Challenge highlights readiness for emergencies, hostage situations
Dubai Police’s SWAT Challenge highlights readiness for emergencies, hostage situations

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, the Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police, instructed the organisers to provide the teams with all forms of support and met the panel of judges.

Dubai Police are leaving no stone unturned in maintaining the safety and security of the people.

 

They are not only patrolling areas all over the emirate to be on the lookout for criminals and scupper their bid to stage a theft or robbery, they are also carrying out initiatives for the public good.

 

Recently their ‘Positive Soul’ drive helped in dramatically curtailing the crime rate, helping over 15,000 people.

 

The event held over 40 sports events and conducted more than 70 awareness lectures to spotlight the values of tolerance and co-existence.

 

Now the force announced their readiness to host the second edition of the UAE SWAT Challenge 2020 on Sunday at the Training City – Al Ruwayyah.

 

Held under the patronage of Lt General Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of the United Arab Emirates, and organised by the Dubai Police, the UAE SWAT Challenge 2020 will witness fierce competition among 54 teams from 30 countries who will compete in different scenarios such as rescuing hostages or injured officers, taking the tower challenge and overcoming obstacle courses.

 

Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, the Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police, inspected the force’s readiness to host the major competition and toured the site of the contest, accompanied by Major General Abdullah Al Ghaithi, Director of the General Department of Organisation Protective Security and Emergency at the Dubai Police, Head of the UAE SWAT Challenge Organising Committee, and a number of on-field organisers.

 

Maj-Gen Al Marri inspected the location designated for the SWAT training, and witnessed some of the ongoing training carried out by the teams of Saudi Arabia and the Chechen Republic, in addition to the team of the Ministry of Interior of the UAE.

 

Maj-Gen Al Marri directed the organisers to meet the needs of the participating teams, provide them with all forms of support, and ensure that all teams were fully aware of the competitions’ laws and regulations.

 

The Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police praised the level of readiness achieved by the organising committee and concluded his visit by meeting the judges' panel which includes 34 members from the United Arab Emirates and the United States of America.

 

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