Dubai Police suspends in-person Services at Four Police Stations

Dubai Police suspends in-person Services at Four Police Stations

Dubai:In their endeavour to reduce the number of customers visiting police stations
across the emirate, the Dubai Police have announced the suspension of in-
person services at four major police stations.
Starting from Friday 20 March 2020, in-person services will no longer be
available at Bur Dubai, Al Raffaa, Naif, and Al Rashidiya police stations.
However, members of the public can still avail the force’s smart services and
solutions via the smart corners available at these police stations.
Meanwhile the Al Qusais, Ports, Al Barsha, and Jebel Ali police stations will
continue to provide in person services until the end of Expo 2020.
Dr Major General Abdulquddos Abdulrazzaq Al Obaidly, Assistant to the
Commander-in-chief for Excellence and Pioneering Affairs at Dubai Police, said
the decision by the Dubai Police is based on the vision of His Highness Sheikh
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Matkoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the
UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who has called government entities to work towards
reducing the number of customers visiting government services centers by 80%
by providing smart and innovative services.
According to Maj-Gen Al Obaidly the decision further fulfils the force’s strategy
of reducing customers visiting police stations to zero.
“Members of the public can perform transactions easily through the force’s
smart channels including Dubai Police smart app, official website, and the
Smart Police Stations (SPS) located across the emirate,” Maj-Gen Al Obaidly
added.

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