Abu Dhabi policewomen to train in Britain

Abu Dhabi, July 23 (IANS/WAM) The Abu Dhabi Police has sent a delegation of women officers to Britain to attend a leadership development programme.

The officers will attend the five-week "Leadership Development and Supervisory Skills Programme for Women for the MENA Region".

The delegation includes Captain Faten Mohammed Manahi, strategy branch manager at the Director General of Finance and Services' Office, Lieutenant Jamila Abdurrahman Yaqub from the medical services department, and Basma Talib Al Attas, strategic planning branch manager at the training department.

The programme is being organised in cooperation with the Police College at Bramshill, Britain, and the National Policing Improvement Agency.

--IANS (Posted on 23-07-2013)

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