Policing and Security Conference Kicks Off in Abu Dhabi

04.11.2015 Security
Policing and Security Conference Kicks Off in Abu Dhabi

Policing and Security Conference Kicks Off in Abu Dhabi

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A large number of police and security experts from 20 different countries are expected to take part in the Policing and Security Conference set to begin on November 4 in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), the two-day conference is hosted and organized by Rabdan Academy, a world-class and professional education institution, in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior and Charles Sturt University, Australia.

Organized the under the theme “Global Challenges and Local Solutions”, the event is being held for the first time outside Australia.

It aims to promote a better understanding of safety and security challenges around the world, and provide a platform for experts and researchers to discuss innovation and excellence in policing, and policing education, development and research.

Dr. Faisal Obaid Al Ayyan (photo), Executive Vice President at Rabdan, said: “Rabdan Academy is proud to be hosting the Policing and Security Conference in association with Charles Sturt University and with its strategic partners, the UAE Ministry of Interior and Abu Dhabi Police.”

He added that delegates, both local and international, will gain valuable insights into innovation and excellence in policing and security as well as have the opportunity to experience the exceptional culture and hospitality of Abu Dhabi and the UAE.

“There will be a number of world-renowned keynote speakers who will outline the recent developments and innovation in policing in the UAE, the GCC and worldwide. Aspects of policing and security that will be explored in conference sessions will include police leadership, innovation, excellence and education,” Dr. Al Ayyan elaborated.

“Concurrent sessions will also be run for the presentation of academic research papers from those selected from the call for papers process run by Rabdan Academy in partnership with Charles Sturt University,” he added.

“The conference will appeal to policing and security professionals from international police organizations, academics working in the field, universities and academies delivering policing and security programs, police training establishments, national security and intelligence agencies and the wider international law enforcement community,” he said.

“The conference provides a combination of keynote speakers with concurrent sessions for the delivery of academic papers, with opportunities available for networking with fellow policing and security professionals and academics,” he noted. Speaking on Rabdan Academy, Dr. Faisal Obaid Al Ayyan said that it is a world-class and professional education institution with a mission to educate and train policing, safety and security professionals across all related sectors.



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