Why not just let the Abu Dhabi Police get access to the airport, the homeland security and Interpol? Why not just hand them over all the stratgic info, and save them the time for hiring spies, and agents? Is this what Archibiship Rowen Williams had in mind when he wanted Shariah as part of the British culture?
comments by Allyson Rowen Taylor
Abu Dhabi Police delegation visits British police security facilities
posted on 10/08/2008
A delegation from Abu Dhabi Police GHQ has acquainted itself with the modern programmes of security and criminal analysis in different British police facilities. This visit is part of the implementing plan of security map drawing. The delegation headed by Col. Dr. Saeed Saif Al-Aalawi from the directorate general of policing operations paid a visit to Strathclyde HQ in Glasgow City, Scotland, South Yorkshire Police HQ and ESRI-UK company in Ales bury City. During South Yorkshire Police (SYP) HQ the delegation was received by Bob Daison, Deputy Chief of the police. SYP experience in crime analysis in cooperation with ESRI-UK Company was discussed during the visit.
The delegation paid a visit to ESRI-UK company HQ where they learned about the projects and technological programmes implemented by the company. Nick Rigby the non-executive chairman of the company briefed the delegation on the techniques used to analyze crimes. The delegation saw a demonstration of these techniques during the visit to Strathclyde Police HQ.
The delegation also learned about the work of Violence Reduction Unit, where Mrs. Careen McLisky, Deputy Director of Violence Reduction Unit briefed the delegation on the importance of the use of modern systems to form a clear picture of the criminal security situation. She presented a short statement about the training programmes required for qualifying crime analysts which were prepared in cooperation with the Scottish Police Academy and the National Policing Improvement Agency.
Col. Dr. Al Aalawi appreciated the outcome of their visits. He stated that the Policing Operations Directorate intends to make a plan to qualify national cadre in the field of crime analysis at both comprehensive police stations and strategic levels. – Emirates News Agency, WAM
Abu Dhabi Police delegation visits British police security facilities – 10 August 2008