The Dubai Police General Command has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Humanitarian City (IHC) with the aim of exchanging experiences between the two sides, and implementing a number of specialized training courses on emergency management and humanitarian interventions.

The MoU was signed by Brigadier Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Murr, Director of the General Department of Human Rights at the Dubai Police, and by Mr. Giuseppe Saba, CEO of International Humanitarian City (IHC), in the presence of a number of employees from both sides.

Brig. Al Murr emphasized that the MoU embodies the vision of our wise leadership to promote humanitarian work. It also seeks to enhance the prospects for joint cooperation and coordination between the Dubai Police and IHC.

Brig. Al Murr lauded the partnership with IHC, which has become the world’s largest gathering of organisations concerned with the humanitarian work. He also praised the City’s pivotal role in providing the first response in times of crises at the global level. “The MoU contributes to enriching knowledge in the field of humanitarian work, and it will be a tremendous addition to both sides as it paves the way for enhanced sharing of knowledge”, Brig. Al Murr added.

“I would like to take this opportunity for expressing my appreciation to Dubai Police for their continuous support over the years to IHC and its community,” said Giuseppe Saba, CEO of IHC. “This partnership agreement is strengthening our collaboration and developing enhanced humanitarian skills for leaders in various fields”. “This partnership recognizes the importance of the preparedness, capacity building and trainings on humanitarian action together with sharing knowledge and expertise from both parties, thus enabling to work together for One Humanity,” Mr Saba added.

As per the memorandum, the (IHC) will carry out a number of specialized training courses in the field of humanitarian work for the employees of Dubai Police, with the aim of equipping and qualifying them with the necessary skills to deal with emergencies and humanitarian intervention.

It also provides guidelines for the exchange of experiences in the field of excellence, leadership, awards, and best practices applied to achieve the best results at the institutional level. A number of joint work teams and committees will also be formed to work on achieving the goals of the memorandum.