Sultan Bin Ahmed takes part in shooting session.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, visited the smart shooting range at Sharjah Police Science Academy (SPSA) on Monday.
The smart shooting range allows the use of different types of weapons, and provides more than 900 training scenarios.
The shooting range was recently inaugurated.
This year, the SPSA celebrates its silver jubilee since its inception in 1996.
Sheikh Sultan was briefed the shooting range.
The range is developed to provide utmost experiences and meets the best international standards.
The shooting range will receive police officers and employees for training, as well as hold sports events.
The range takes into consideration various safety assumptions in shooting.
It includes 8 lanes, a large thermal screen, and the possibility of shooting from various distances.
The smart shooting range constitutes a qualitative addition to the Sharjah Police and SPSA, and reflects the Emirate's interest in qualifying all police personnel with the necessary skills and raising their level of readiness for emergency and other situations in all police and security fields.
Sheikh Sultan was accompanied during his visit by Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, Dr. Khaled Omar Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah Media City (Shams), Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, Director General of the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority, Brigadier General Dr. Mohammed Khamis Al Athmni, Director General of SPSA, and Hassan Yaqoub Al Mansouri, Secretary General of the Sharjah Media Council.
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