Technology & Innovation High on 2023 World Police Summit Agenda

Taking place 7-9 March 2023 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the Summit will feature conferences and an international exhibition to showcase ground-breaking technology and explore actionable strategies to ensure a safe future By DA Reporter / 15 Dec 2022
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The Dubai Police is hosting the second edition of the World Police Summit at the Dubai World Trade Centre, 7-9 March 2023, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

The Summit will feature multiple conferences and a comprehensive international exhibition to showcase ground-breaking technologies and explore actionable strategies to ensure a safer future.

Through more than 150 targeted sessions in Dubai’s World Trade Centre, this year’s edition will advance policing techniques to serve communities in today’s world, focusing on a number of main themes, including:

  • Crime Prevention and Cybercrime 
  • Police Innovation 
  • Transport Safety 
  • Police Resilience 
  • Forensics Science 

The three-day Summit will also hold six conferences covering the most innovative policing techniques, from crime prevention, anti-narcotics and forensic science to drones and K9. 

Bringing together experts from around the world and channelling insights from more than 230 leading speakers, these sessions aim to strengthen global policing and create a global policing community able to meet the future with confidence, share best practices, and showcase policing techniques at the cutting edge.

With more than 250 exhibiting companies, the World Police Summit will provide insight into the most prominent and innovative policing tools and technologies used around the world, while also facilitating a world-class environment for trade across the industry’s full value chain. Participating companies already registered include Rafael, Dell, IDEMIA, Beacon Red, Cisco, Canon and many more. 

The World Police Summit bolsters strategic partnerships from INTERPOL, ROADPOL, UNODC, GCCPOL, IACP, UNICRI and more. New for the 2023 Summit, the World Police Awards will champion those law enforcement professionals keeping global and local communities safe and upholding the highest international standards.

Major General Dr. Abdul Qudous Abdul Razzaq Al-Obaidli, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Excellence and Pioneering Affairs at Dubai Police, confirmed that the World Police Summit has become a leading specialized global platform for those involved in policing, safety, security and law enforcement as it enables strengthened communication channels between all security agencies from around the world, highlighting the latest security issues and showcasing relevant best practices.

Al-Obaidli further affirmed the success of the summit in its first edition, which attracted elite figures in the police and security fields wanting to face current and future challenges and to keep pace with successive technical changes and emerging technologies.

Al-Obaidli reaffirmed that the second edition of the World Police Summit complements the success of its first edition as it paves the way for the exchange of information between the various police agencies to come up with solutions and recommendations that meet the shared security challenges and objectives.

“We strongly believe that the World Police Summit 2023 will be a golden opportunity for developing worldwide police and security work systems and ensuring all stakeholders are familiar with the various changes and capable of utilizing the latest new and innovative technologies that enhance ways to combat crimes locally and internationally and contribute to the development of police human cadres,” he said.

“The global security challenges highlighted during the World Police Summit require global policing responses,” said Luis Carrilho – United Nations Police Advisor. “It is therefore imperative that the United Nations Police remain fit for purpose with the adequate capacities and capabilities to address current and emerging threats to peace and security.” 

“It was an honor to lead the Canadian delegation at the 2022 World Police Summit in Dubai,” said James Ramer – Chief Toronto Police Service, Canada. “With over 2,000 delegates in attendance, it was an excellent opportunity to connect and collaborate on the most significant security challenges and public safety priorities facing our cities. As innovative policing strategies and technologies continue to evolve, it is essential for police and law enforcement agencies to share out knowledge and experience, and work together to enhance public safety in our respective communities.”


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World Police Summit
7-9 March 2023
Dubai World Trade Centre

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