UAE: Dubai Police launches 2-year academic diploma in explosive science sphere

United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Force Department has recently introduced an academic diploma of 2 years of study regarding education in the explosive science sphere on 18 February 2023. 

United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Force Department has recently introduced an academic diploma of 2 years of study regarding education in the explosive science sphere on 18 February 2023. 

According to the reports, the officials from Dubai Police took to the official social media handle to share a glimpse of the upcoming academic diploma available for students in the United Arab Emirates. 


Furthermore, an Dubai Police officer cited that “The General Command of Dubai Police has launched a 2-year academic diploma in explosives science field popularly known as “Applied Explosives Science and Technology of Munitions'” (AESTM).

Major General Prof. Dr Ghaith Ghanem Al Suwaidi and Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Academic and Training Affairs reaffirmed the keenness of Dubai Police, in cooperation with its partners, to enhance and achieve the national strategic pillars and objectives in the field of providing safety and security.

“The program aims to enhance the expertise and capabilities of security personnel in dealing with explosives, detecting them, and defusing bombs, thus ensuring a 100% success rate in explosives security,” he indicated.

Colonel Hisham Al-Suwaidi, Director of the Explosives Security Department at Dubai Police, has confirmed that this innovative and new program is the world’s first.

“It features four scientific courses that obtained intellectual compilations, and it has also obtained a special intellectual compilation from the Ministry of Economy. The program is also approved by the Dubai Knowledge Authority,” he said.

Colonel Al-Suwaidi added that the program’s innovative idea has already contributed to a radical change in the security system at the Explosives Security Department.


“The Department has received nine international memberships from reputable organizations such as the International Technical Committee IETC and the Institute of Explosive Engineers IEXPE, as well as 11 memberships at the federal level,” he concluded.

In the end, it was concluded that the program launched by the Dubai Police Command has received a good response now and is expected to host a large number of students in the program.



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