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Abu Dhabi, UAEMonday 24 September 2018

Police train RAK residents on how to preserve crime scenes

Be the First Respondent is being run by the crime scene department, spreading awareness of the crucial role that the community plays in helping to track down criminals through preserving evidence at crime scenes.

Ras Al Khaimah Police is launching an initiative to educate the public about the importance of preserving a crime scene and how they play a key role in helping officers arrest criminals.

Be the First Respondent is being run by the crime scene department, spreading awareness of the crucial role that the community plays in helping to track down criminals through preserving evidence at crime scenes.

Brigadier Ghanim Ahmed Ghanim, director general of police operations at RAK Police, said that the initiative involves holding several workshops and educational programmes for the public where they will be taught how to preserve a crime scene properly.

“Preserving crime scenes enhances security and safety and contributes to solving anonymous cases,” said the brigadier.

He added that by protecting all evidence in a crime scene from being unintentionally tampered with or destroyed, police will be able to track down criminals faster.

“The safety and security of community members is the responsibility of everyone,” Brig Ghanim said.

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