United Arab Emirates: The Commander-in-Chief of the Abu Dhabi Police, Fares Khalaf Al Mazroui, recently visited the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair 2023, held at the Abu Dhabi National Centre for exhibitions held during the period from 22nd to 28th May, organized by the Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Centre of the Department of Culture and Tourism.
According to recent information, during his visit, Commander in Chief Fares Khalaf Al Mazroui inspected a number of wards and publishing houses accompanied by Major General Thani Bati Al-Shamsi, Director of the Saif Bin Zayed Academy for Police Sciences and Security, and a number of officers and reviewed the cultural, legal and security versions of government bodies and other printing roles participating in the exhibition.
In addition, Al Marzroui added that “The Abu Dhabi International Book Fair is an important beacon of culture and knowledge in the capital.”
Furthermore, Lafta lauded that the exhibition has gained a special significance in its current period through its interest in the concept of “sustainability”, in line with the declaration of the 2023 year of sustainability by the UAE.
The commander in Chief also visited the Abu Dhabi Police General Command platform, which included the participation of the “Doctors and Readings Committee”, which briefed the visitors on the “Touch we all read” initiative and the Saif Bin Zayed Academy for Police Sciences and Security which shared worksheets for distinguished Abu Dhabi Police Committees.
“The virtual training centre provided presentations for visitors to learn about the objectives of the “Safety Adventure Game” as well as lectures and workshops on the importance of reading,” said the reports.
The Police Heritage Department of Ceremonies and Public Relations participated in the “Virtual Square Police Museum” project and took photos that embodied the historic castle.
Moreover, the Directorate of Traffic and Patrols participated in digital traffic awareness and interactive experiments using augmented reality to teach traffic safety rules, as well as a smart robot that contributes to the spread of traffic safety culture.
The experiments were conducted alongside the Directorate of Legal Affairs of the Abu Dhabi Police in manuals and, most importantly, Braille and Security Information Management which introduced visitors to the fair with a safety service to enhance the community’s role in keeping the community safe and stable.
It is noteworthy that the Traffic Department in the Police Follow-Up and Aftercare Department participated in introducing visitors to the Traffic Spot Reduction Program by educating drivers on safe driving.
In the end, it was noted that the Community Police Department participated in the “We Are All Police” initiative to highlight its efforts in instilling the importance of volunteer work.