The Dubai Police on Tuesday announced it will build six modern police stations across the emirate of Dubai at a total cost of Dh291.5 million.
The Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Major-General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, told a press conference that the smart police centres will be equipped with the latest advanced technology, will meet international standards on green buildings and environmental, health and safety requirements.
These centres, he added, will help Dubai Police deliver its strategic goal of ensuring security, which is a key pillar for development and ensuring timely and effective response and the ability to promptly reaching accident sites.
''Construction of these centres will commence early next year and will be completed within a period of nine months to two years, depending on the size and area of the centre and the population density of the district it will serve,'' he explained.
The centres, he added, were designed to cater for employees and customers with disabilities.