Dubai Police expands luxury patrol fleet

Dubai Police's luxury patrol cars fleet has swollen to more than 14. (Supplied)

Dubai Police continues to expand its luxury vehicle fleet with the addition of Lexus GS being the latest.

According to a press statement by Al Futtaim Motors, distributor of Lexus, the vehicle was handed over to Major-General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, Commander-in-chief of Dubai Police, at the Dubai Police Headquarters, by Jon Williams, Managing Director, Al Futtaim Motors, accompanied by Saud Abbasi, General Manager, Al-Futtaim Motors – Lexus and Yousuf Al Raeeisi, General Manager of Government Relations at Al-Futtaim Motors.

They were also joined by Brigadier General Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim, Deputy General Manager, Directorate of Transport and Rescue, and Colonel Nabil Abdullah Al-Reda, Fleet Director at Dubai Police.

Dubai Police’s luxury patrol cars fleet has swollen to more than 14. It earlier this year added luxury motorbikes also to its fleet of patrol vehicles.

Al Mazeina stressed the importance of the vehicles and equipment that help promote and maintain safety, uphold justice, and develop services to the highest international standards.

He also highlighted that the new vehicles ensure that Dubai Police keeps up with the city’s requirements, as well as maintaining technologically updated services that allow them to communicate with the public while maintaining safety and implementing the law.

Saud Abbasi, General Manager, Al Futtaim Motors – Lexus, said: “This is a very important strategic partnership between Dubai Police and Al-Futtaim Motors, with the Lexus GS providing outstanding performance and unsurpassed comfort, synonymous with the Lexus quality, in line with highest standards and specifications required by the Dubai Police.

“We look forward to working further with Dubai Police and providing the required support to developing their fleet in order to better serve the community, ensuring exemplary safety across the country, as well as maintaining the highest global standards.”

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