DUBAI, Expert Toxicologist and Chairwoman of the Dubai Police Women Council for Community Happiness, Captain Anoud AlSaadi, has recently been awarded by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, IACAP, during the association’s 40 Under 40 Award.
The IACP award programme is designed to recognise individuals in law enforcement under the age of 40 who demonstrate leadership and commitment to the profession.
Commenting on the achievement, Major General Dr. Abdul Quddos Abdul Razzaq Al Obaidly, Assistant Commandant for Excellence and Pioneering at Dubai Police, congratulated Captain AlSaadi, and said that this remarkable achievement is a result of the policy adopted by Dubai Police to empower women and support them with all their scientific qualifications and leadership abilities.
“This is a true reflection of Dubai Police’s strategy of keeping with the state overall strategy of empowering women in all fields, praising their successes in various fields,” he added.
Being the only Arab personality among the winners of the award, Captain AlSaadi expressed her happiness with the award and sincere gratitude for the support she and her colleagues have received from the UAE Government and Dubai Police.
“This victory is an achievement for the leadership and for every Emirati woman,” she said.
The award programme is a chance for law enforcement agencies to recognize the rising leaders within their agency who possess the leadership skills and dedication that is essential to lead law enforcement now and in the future.
The IACP had announced the 40 leaders selected for this year’s award. Chosen from a very competitive field of applicants by review panels composed of law enforcement executives, previous awardees, and international representatives, these individuals embody the qualities inherent in excellent law enforcement personnel and leaders.
Source: Emirates News Agency