Dubai: The Dubai Police, represented by the Tourist Police Department of the General Department for Criminal Investigation, has organized events for “Tourist Camps.”
It aims to provide a safe tourism environment and work towards community happiness, coinciding with the launch of winter activities.
The events were co-organized by the General Department for Community Happiness, the Positive Spirit Initiative, the Tourist Police Department, in collaboration with Lahbab Police Station, Al Khawaneej Police Station, the Suburbs Police Station, the K9 Security Inspection Department in the General Department for Protective Security and Emergency, the Dubai Police Music Band, and strategic partners from the Dubai Civil Defence General Department, the Department of Economy and Tourism, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, and partners from the private sector.
Brigadier Harib Al Shamsi emphasized the organization of the Tourism Camps events as per the directives of Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, focusing on enhancing security and safety and bringing happiness to the community through various social and awareness events throughout the year.
Mr. Al Shamsi mentioned that the Tourism Camps’ recreational and awareness events are organized to coincide with the start of the tourism season during the winter, which sees pleasant weather and a significant influx of visitors and tourists to Dubai.
Brigadier Al Shamsi highlighted that the events aim to introduce diverse police services to ensure a safe tourism environment and offer educational workshops for those working in the tourism sector.
In addition, Mr. Al Shamsi mentioned that there were several entertainment options for guests visiting Dubai, like K9 performances, gift-giving, and the chance to see and snap photos with the opulent patrols of the Dubai Police.
Along with praising the efforts of all participants in making the Tourism Camps a success, he also mentioned that 39 tourism companies took part in the varied events, which attracted 400 tourists and 50 employees.
Brigadier Al Shamsi honored the strategic partners and contributing tourism companies for their valuable participation in organizing the events.