Morocco and United Arab Emirates Launch Police Training Programs

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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The Directorate General of National Security and the Directorate General of National Ground Control is launching the first phase of a bilateral cooperation program in the area of ​​police training and information sharing, in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, United Arab Emirates.

According to a press release issued by the National Security Agency, the bilateral cooperation framework between the security interests of the Kingdom of Morocco and the Principality of Abu Dhabi includes the implementation of an exchange program of visits between the security frameworks. increase.

Both sides can share their experience and familiarize themselves with the expertise of different disciplines and police disciplines. Conducting joint courses for ongoing professional training in the field of security related to combating crime, maintaining law and order, and strengthening the role of science and modern technology in the police field.

According to the same sources, the activities of the bilateral and advanced cooperation programs between the two countries include the organization of specialized training courses in specific intelligence areas by the Directorate General of Land Management, which is responsible for terrorist organizations and transnational crime. Abu Dhabi Police aimed to identify Morocco’s outstanding experience in fighting against.

The Royal Police Institute (RPI) is offering a specialized judicial police and crime management theoretical training course starting Monday for two months. Morocco’s security system coverage; phase of operational training followed central and non-national security interests, in particular, the National Criminal Police Unit and the National Police Institute of Science and Technology, and the National Interests of the Casablanca Criminal Police Department.

The program of this partnership is reflected in a statement by the National Security Agency. On 7 July 2022, the two leaders announced that they would revitalize the outcome of a meeting that brought together the heads of the National Security Secretariat to monitor national territory during the Abu Dhabi Police Commander-in-Chief’s physical visit to the Kingdom of Morocco in October. He also expressed a shared desire to strengthen Moroccan cooperation in the security field and to ensure the security of both countries and the security of their citizens.

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