Dubai Police General Command has received international recognition for its efforts in minimising the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its operations.
The force has been awarded the Global Conformity Mark (GC-Mark) for crisis management.
It recognises the effective measures taken by Dubai Police to protect its employees, customers, and other stakeholders from the effects of the pandemic.
The certification process involved rigorous assessment conducted by a multi-disciplinary team of DQS (one of the leading certification bodies for management systems worldwide) and IQNet Association assessors.
Major General Dr. Abdul Quddus Abdul Razzaq Al Obaidly, Assistant Commandant for Excellence and Pioneering at Dubai Police, received the GC-Mark Certificate from Dr Amro Taleb, Managing Director of CanaGulf International Standardization.
"This recognition reaffirms the centre’s keenness to develop work systems and utilise the latest systems and tools to meet best international standards in all aspects," said Colonel Ahmed Bourguiba, Director of the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Centre at Dubai Police.
In recognition of its tremendous efforts taking preventative measures to protect its employees, customers, & other stakeholders in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, @DubaiPoliceHQ has been awarded the Global Conformity Mark (GC-Mark) for crisis managementhttps://t.co/RtnsXGXwy3 pic.twitter.com/qE8WPLTfhk— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) March 3, 2021