The city of luxury and sophistication is ensuring a police fleet that stands for all Dubai stands for. Major General Abdul Rahman Mohammed Rafi, Assistant Commander in Charge of Preparation and Community Service Affairs, Brigadier Anass Almatrooshi, Director of General Administration of Transport and Rescue, Colonel Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Acting Director of the General Department of Organisational Safety, Protective Security and Emergency of Dubai Police, Brigadier Omar Abdul Aziz Al Shamsi, Director of the Command and Control Centre at the General Directorate of Operations at Dubai Police, and a number of officers were in attendance.
Dubai Police isn’t leaving any stone unturned when it comes to having the best of vehicles in its fleet. Apart from overseeing daily agendas, Dubai police’s patrol vehicles enhance security in a place where tourists are many. The system is moving to upgrade all fleet aspects including cars, bikes, boats and equipment in keeping pace with the highest international standards and technical developments.
The new trike inclusion will address indoor and narrow areas to support policing and security. In addition it will be used in places of tourist attractions and commercial areas, markets, historic and heritage sites. The country also employs a women’s motorcycle team at the VIP Protection Department of Dubai Police.
Dubai Police Air Wing Transport is at service to address road accidents. Back in April 2014, Lt. Gen. Dhahi Khalfan launched Dubai Police super boat in the presence of Major Gen. Khamis AlMuzaina. When it comes to super patrol car, Dubai police use a Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari FF, McLaren MP4-12C, Nissan GTR, BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Mercedes SL 63 AMG, a Brabus Mercedes G Class, Bentley Continental GT and an Audi R8 among others.
Dubai Police has also been trialling new electric patrol cars. Not only is Dubai turning to superfast cars, they’re ensuing every feature needed to prevent crime having turned to 12 camera patrol cars with 4 Cameras live for direct transmission to Operating Room and 8 Cameras to monitor required plates.
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