Dubai Police undergo collaborative Human Trafficking Control Courses

Dubai Police undergo collaborative Human Trafficking Control Courses

Brigadier Hasan Nasser Al Razooqi, Director of Administrative Affairs of the General Department of Training, officially launched a course designed to familiarise Dubai police inspectors with human trafficking and its transnational aspects, at the end of October.

The course is currently ongoing, consisting of 16 workshops which are taking place in various facilities around the UAE. General Al Heli commented on the effectiveness of the course so far:

“These courses are directly followed by Major General Dr Mohammad Abdulla Al Mur, Director of the General Department of Human Rights, and organised in cooperation with the strategic partners to raise awareness of this crime and its causes.”

The course includes 16 workshops to be organised nationwide to introduce the ministry’s work to the inspectors concerning human trafficking. This will raise their awareness level and provide them with the essential knowledge. The course will be introduced by specialist officers from the Human Trafficking Crimes Control Centre of Dubai Police.”

The main content of the course includes:

  • Teaching Investigators what signs to look for.
  • The application of national legislation.
  • The investigation of the labour market.
  • The use of available resources to catch and control human trafficking.

The courses are still ongoing throughout the nation, working with various police teams to get the work done. The courses complement the ministry’s ongoing efforts to equip its officers with vital knowledge to combat the rising variety of crimes within the United Arab Emirates.