Ali Ibrahim Ramadan is being briefed about the work.
Dubai Police fulfilled the dream of Ali Ibrahim Ramadan, an 8-year-old boy by allowing him to become a police officer for a day at the Al-Muraqqabat Police station.
Brigadier Ali Ahmed Abdullah Ghanem, Director of Al Muraqqabat Police Station, said the station got a request from the boy’s Al Ahmadiya School.
Ghanem got the approval from Dubai Police Chief Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri.
A background check was carried on the child and a work schedule was set up for him at the Al-Muraqqabat station.
Brigadier General Ali Ghanem, his deputy, Colonel Issa Ahmed Salem, and a number of officers and individuals, accompanied the 8-year-old for a comprehensive visit to the Muraqqabat Police Station,
Aside touring the centre, Ramadan experienced working in the office by holding a mini-meeting, and on the field by accompanying the police patrol on School Security Initiative.
The staff members of the command and control centre, were happy to have the child around.
Sheikh Mohammed hoped that this beautiful girl would now happily play with her peers and live a normal life.
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