A British Home Office security delegation has met with the officials from the Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA) to explore security cooperation between the two entities.
The delegation was received by Khalifa Ibrahim Al Saleis, CEO of SIRA. Led by Mark Challen, Deputy Director of Strategy and Capabilities at Home Office, the group visited the Licensing Department, which serves as SIRA’s front-line gate for numerous smart services being offered to security providers (SSP) and Security Users (SSU).
The British delegation also visited the Security Training Affairs Department that develops a variety of latest security training courses and certifies professionally trained and highly qualified security cadres in its effort to support commercial businesses in Dubai.
During the meeting, both parties discussed the future opportunities the two entities could work together.
SIRA also presented Dubai’security experience and the vision behind its establishment to qualify the private security sector and bolster security compliance by improving all aspects.
“Security is a vital priority and we are committed to lead, hence we welcome cooperation with all governments, entities, specifiers and professionals for this industry to flourish,” said by Khalifa Al Saleis,