Major General Dr. Mohammad Abdullah Al Murr, Acting Assistant Commander-in-Chief of Excellence and Pioneering at Dubai Police, congratulated the Dubai Police General Command on their new achievement, which adds to the force’s remarkable track record, especially in policing excellence and pioneering.
He also praised the efforts of the Dubai Police in stabilising the foundations of sustainable excellence and spreading its practices, as well as raising individual and institutional efficiency by applying international best practices across various operations.
Al Murr reaffirmed the Dubai Police’s keenness to remain a role model of success, policing excellence and leadership, as well as to implement the latest technologies and creative methods of work per well-established methodologies, strategies and plans in achieving the strategic objectives of Dubai Police in ensuring the safety and happiness of society happy and providing a sustainable and productive environment.
Brigadier Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah Al Mualla, Director of Excellence and Pioneering at Dubai Police, said that they are constantly striving for improvement, upgrading the level of performance, services and operations.
“Dubai Police embraces the concept of continuous improvement across its operations as a major element that enhances the force’s capabilities and response,” he added.
Al Mualla explained that Dubai Police won two awards in the “Lean Six Sigma” category for the “Money Transfer” project launched by the General Department of Criminal Investigation, and for the “Run-over Accidents” project launched by the Al Raffa Police Station.
Moreover, Dubai Police won the “Kaizen and Innovation” category for the “Smart Security” project launched by the General Department of Transport and Rescue, and won fourth place in the “Best Practices” category for the “Sahalat” project by the Al Barsha Police Station.
Dr. Musa Erekat, Acting Director of the Six Sigma Centre for Continuous Improvement at Dubai Police, said that the centre represents a base that oversees various improvement processes, and it has supervised more than 350 improvement projects using Six Sigma and Kaizen methodologies.
“These projects have resulted in significant improvements in operations and services, in addition to reducing costs and achieving revenues”, Dr. Erekat added.
“As a result of these efforts, the Dubai Police has outperformed many government and private agencies,” he concluded.