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International Conference of Crime Prevention

9-10 December 2019

Dubai

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Through state-of-the-art national security programs, Dubai serves as a benchmark of urban safety. The city continues to set global standards for crime prevention despite boasting a booming tourism industry and a transient population. Commendably, the organization at the core of these security frameworks is The Dubai Police. With this in mind, we are pleased to organize the International Conference of Crime Prevention under the patronage of The Dubai Police to highlight the programs underwriting UAE's nation-wide safety strategies while exploring the global initiatives shaping the future of urban safety and security. This unprecedented 2- day summit is dedicated to both strengthening the future of community policing and exchanging best-practices in crime prevention.


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