Dubai Police shares new features of ‘Dubai Police App’ for ‘Safe Sailing’

Dubai Police is known for their dedication to guaranteeing the safety and security of the people across the city; recently, Dubai Police has launched advanced features in their official app to assure the safety of the citizens while sailing on the cruise.

Dubai Police is known for their dedication to guaranteeing the safety and security of the people across the city; recently, Dubai Police has launched advanced features in their official app to assure the safety of the citizens while sailing on the cruise.

Dubai Police released the information on their official Facebook account and shared the posters demonstrating the cruise and tips to sail freely and safely.

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While sharing the tips for sailing, Dubai police elaborated on various pointers to sail safely; Dubai Police promoted downloading Dubai Police App and activating the Sail Safely feature to avoid any mishappening on the cruise.

Not only this, Dubai Police warned the citizens to check the weather updates before visiting for any cruise party or casual sailing.

In the guidelines and tips shared by the Dubai Police, the force also shared to search for “Ensure Your Boat is Safe and Functional.”

Dubai Police App can be downloaded through Google Play, Apple App Store and AppGallery.

While sharing the posters of instructions regarding sailing, The official English page of Dubai Police on Facebook shared the caption, “#SailSafely by #DubaiPolice offers the latest features! Easy, secure and free, download the Dubai Police app and activate the service now https://onelink.to/dxbpolice.”

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As the holiday season is around the corner and Dubai is known for its outstanding Christmas and New Year Parties, Many New Year parties are organized on the cruise by various celebrities; To further tackle any mishappening in the parties, these new updated features on Dubai Police App will be beneficial.

As per explained by the official Dubai Police page on Facebook, “Dubai Police was founded on the 1st of June 1956, following a decree issued by His Highness Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, assigning His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the presidency of the police and social safety in Dubai. There forth, selecting the “Naif Fort,” currently the Naif Police Station in Deira, as the headquarters at that time.”

Tariq Saeed

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