The Dubai Police, represented by the Ports Police Station, in collaboration with Dubai Neighbourhood Councils, has launched the “Mariners’ Meet” initiative.
This initiative enhances communication with the maritime group, together with fishermen, residents of the areas, strategic companions concerned within the maritime sector, and officers of personal and authorities golf equipment within the emirate on the Umm Suqeim Majlis.
Colonel Dr. Hassan Suhail Al Suwaidi, Director of the Ports Police Station, emphasised that the initiative is pushed by the station’s dedication, beneath the steering of Lieutenant Basic Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, and the follow-up of Main Basic Pilot Ahmed Mohammed Bin Thani, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Ports Affairs, to monitor the outcomes of the initiatives and companies offered by the Ports Police Station to the general public, significantly these working within the maritime sector.
“The initiative also ensures that fishermen, mariners, and sea-goers are familiar with Dubai Police communication channels in case of inquiries, suggestions, or emergencies,” he stated.
Al Suwaidi added that the assembly could be held within the presence of strategic companions concerned within the maritime sector, as all events work beneath an built-in safety service system.
“These meetings will be held regularly to address the needs of fishermen and mariners, provide explanations about the services of the Ports Police Station, and highlight important communication channels, such as the ‘Sail Safely’ service on the Dubai Police Smart App, enhancing the security of fishermen at sea, especially with its unique features such as maritime distress calls, trip tracking, late-trip warnings, diving area identification, and trip sharing,” he continued.
The assembly additionally touched upon the maritime safety initiative “Yazwa,” launched by the Dubai Police to improve the safety of coastal and native ports and marine golf equipment within the emirate and to tackle any adverse phenomena in collaboration with strategic companions by participating group volunteers in securing and preserving their group’s security.
Al Suwaidi confirmed that the initiative obtained a constructive response from the group, with volunteers keen to provide their companies to the Dubai Police and counsel enhancements to the maritime safety system within the emirate.
On the finish of the occasion, Al Suwaidi thanked all attendees, together with companions and residents, emphasising the significance of their cooperation in creating recommendations and suggestions that elevate the standard of life in Dubai, significantly within the maritime sector.
He additionally honoured the strategic companions of the Dubai Police concerned within the maritime sector, together with DP World, Dubai Customs, the Basic Directorate of Civil Defence in Dubai, the Dubai Ambulance Providers, and the Dubai Coast Guard. Volunteers collaborating within the “Yazwa” initiative have been additionally honoured.