Abu Dhabi Police partners with NYPD
Abu Dhabi, November 17, 2013
The Abu Dhabi Police department has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New York Police Department to develop and boost co-operation between the two in all areas of police work.
The agreement was signed by Major General Mohammed bin Al Awadhi Al Menhali, the director general of Human Resources at Abu Dhabi Police and Raymond Kelly, the chief of New York Police at the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ in the presence of General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.
The ceremony was attended by Major General Staff Dr Obeid Al Kutbi, the deputy commander-in-chief of Abu Dhabi Police; Major General Nasser Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, secretary general of the office of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior; Major General Khalil Dawood Badran, the director general of Finance and Services; and Major General Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, the director general of Central Operations.
The agreement demonstrates the keenness to create a safer society, with a view to enhance stability and achieve justice for all, said a statement from Abu Dhabi Police.
"This agreement stems out of the firm belief in the need for cooperation between both parties in the areas of police work, notably sharing expertise, participating in training courses, availing modern police techniques, and sharing information," it stated.
Also attending the signing ceremony were Colonel Saud Al Saadi, the director of the Secretariat of the Office of the Minister of Interior; David Cohen, the deputy commissioner of New York Police; and Brian Burke, the director of the Commissioner’s office.-TradeArabia News Service
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