Six-year-old joins Dubai police for a day on birthday

A young girl Hoor Hadad was surprised by her parents letting her join the Dubai police for a day as her birthday present. Hoor Hadad, a six-year-old girl, told her parents that she aspires to join the Dubai police when she grows up.

A young girl Hoor Hadad was surprised by her parents letting her join the Dubai police for a day as her birthday present. Hoor Hadad, a six-year-old girl, told her parents that she aspires to join the Dubai police when she grows up.

As a token of love, Dubai police invited Hoor hadad to be a Dubai police officer for a day. Dubai police provided uniforms to wear and explained the duties to the young birthday girl.

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Hoor Hadad was allowed to enjoy a famous luxury patrol vehicle ride while Dubai police officers were briefing her on the everyday duties of a police officer.

The Dubai police officers accompanied six year old to her school and entertained her classmates with the special K9 show by the Security Inspection department.

This surprise planned by the Dubai police was a part of Dubai Police’s ‘fulfil a child’s wish’ initiative. This initiative aims to spread happiness and positivity among children of all ages and nationalities.

In collaboration with Hamley’s, the Security Awareness Department at the General Department of the community. The Department responded to the request from Hoor Hadad’s parents to surprise their six-year-old daughter on her birthday, fulfilling her birthday wish to be a police officer for a day.

Maj Ali Youssef Yaquob, leader of the Department, said that it is the responsibility of Dubai policy to spread happiness and positivity in the society, especially among people of young age.

He said that the force was excited to perform activities and events in the school, which included showcasing Mascot Mansour, Amna, luxury patrols, K9 shows, and Dubai mounted police to educate and motivate youngsters of the nation.

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Hoor Hadad’s parents showed gratitude to the Dubai Police for fulfilling their child’s sixth birthday wish to be a police officer.

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