Monday 28 November 2022 – 11:24
ABU DHABI, November 28, WAM/Abu Dhabi Police has launched 3 interactive platforms to provide psychological and social support to individuals convicted of electronic police surveillance, as well as an operations room for them to conduct meetings with those involved in the follow-up -up of the police department and aftercare in the community safety sector in a positive atmosphere.
Colonel Ahmed Jumaa Al Khaili, director of the Police Follow-up and Assistance Department at the Community Security Sector, said the three platforms were launched to meet the psychological and social needs of people sentenced to police electronic surveillance and to provide them with support and motivation after the issuance of the verdict or during periodic reviews and summons.
He explained that the platforms were designed to provide an interactive and appropriate atmosphere that values Abu Dhabi Police’s efforts to support convicts under electronic police surveillance and integrate them into society, as a space has been allocated to receive interested and convicts to police control to listen to experiences and study social cases in a virtual interactive way that values the needs of prisoners.
He added that the platforms include an operations room equipped with the latest technology, including police monitoring systems, and an environment that attracts young people working on the site to spread the spirit of cooperation through expressive phrases and images that motivate them to persevere and give to achieve the strategic objectives of the Abu Dhabi Police, which seeks to build community confidence.