Abu Dhabi Community Police, UAE Exchange kick off awareness campaign with cricket match
Cricket teams from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will come together to play a special tournament on 14th March, 2014, in Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
This special tournament, supported by UAE Exchange and Xpress Money, is being played to initiate the public awareness campaign promoting the welfare measures taken up by Abu Dhabi Community Police for the residents of the emirate.
This campaign will enable people to understand and build a strong bond with the Abu Dhabi Community Police and their vision. The partnership with UAE Exchange enables Community Police to use the wide network of branches across the UAE, to reach wider and educate the residents in the UAE, thereby ensuring a crime-free and safer society. Seven matches will be played in this one-day protracted tournament.
“Community welfare has always been a subject close to our hearts.” said Y Sudhir Kumar Shetty, COO – Global Operations, UAE Exchange.
“We have never left an opportunity to stand up for the cause of the society. One such opportunity has come our way in the form of a partnership with Abu Dhabi Community Police for the public awareness campaign. We align with the vision of UAE Government perfectly, and are proud to join hands with Abu Dhabi Community Police for the same,” Sudhir Shetty added.
“We focus towards becoming that strong link between the Police and the general public. Being a system which understands both sides of the story, we realized that the public is yet to get exposed to the norms and policies, which they are supposed to. An awareness campaign is the need of the hour. To achieve this aim, we found a perfect partner in UAE Exchange, a people’s brand with a wider reach. The goodwill it enjoys among all communities adds to the smooth success of this noble cause,” said Lt.Colonel Mubarak Awad Bin Muhairom, Director of Department of Community Police.
With regard to this, an agreement was signed on 18th Feb. 2014.
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