Corporal Abdul Rahman Al Rais (right) receives a certificate from the Dubai Police Happiness and Positivity Council delegation.
The Dubai Police General Command has honoured one of its staffers for spreading positive ambience and carrying out his duty diligently at the workplace.
A delegation of the Dubai Police Happiness and Positivity Council honoured Corporal Abdul Rahman Al Rais from the foot patrols department.
The delegation said they had received positive and inspiring stories about Corporal Abdul Rahman who patrols the Gold Souk area.
The delegation said it was in recognition of his efforts in making customers happy and creating a positive atmosphere in his designated area in Gold Souk.
The shop owners and regular customers at the Souk, spoke volumes about Corporal Abdul Rahman behaviour at the workplace and his positive ability to deal with issues.
Recently, the Dubai Police’s Happiness and Positivity Council honoured Mahmoud Mohammed Al Shaabi, who receives every staff and visitors at the gates of Dubai Police Headquarters with a smile.
In March, the Dubai Police chief honoured an officer who rejected a Dhs50,000 bribe.
The policeman, who rejected the monthly bribes from a bootlegger, was applauded by the Dubai Police boss.
The Dubai Police Commander-in-Chief Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri honoured and promoted Corporal Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed Bilal in recognition of his integrity and dedication to his work under the Criminal Investigations Department.
The Dubai Police’s Happiness and Positivity Council said Mahmoud Mohammed Al Shaabi received every staff and visitors at the gates of Dubai Police Headquarters with a smile.
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