Meet Dubai Police’s First Female Officers

by Ishita Agarwal
Meet Dubai Police’s First Female Officers

After completing a six-month integrated training programme, the Dubai Police, represented by the General Department of Operations, recently certified the first batch of female officers to join the Command and Control Centre. The curriculum included 24 specialised classes and hands-on training in several departments, including the Duty Officer’s Office, the Guidance and Control Division, and the Emergency Response Division, to receive communications. 

Who Are These First Female Officers In Dubai Police?

The female officers, Lieutenant (Lt) Mira Mohammad Madani, Lt Samar Abdulaziz Jashouh, Lt Kholoud Ahmed Al Abdullah, and Lt Bakhita Khalifa Al Ghafli, completed the training efficiently. In addition, they participated in several field tests to gauge their preparedness and expertise.

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Female employees voluntarily take on tasks and responsibilities. These were previously only performed by their male colleagues. Now, the female officers shall help ensure everyone’s safety and security. The force makes no compromises when it comes to encouraging women to participate more in police activities and ensuring they reach their full potential. 

 

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Empowering Environment For Women In UAE 

According to Brigadier Turki bin Faris, the female officers showed remarkable commitment and talents. However, they met the strict standards of intelligence, security awareness, and organisational skills, that their responsibilities as officers needed. The Force constantly looks for opportunities to invest in developing new cadres and provide them with the appropriate skills.

 

The four female officers were grateful for the opportunity to work in the Command and Control Center.

So, let us know what you think about this first batch of female officers in Dubai. Get ready to welcome them to the Dubai Police. 

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