A view of a foyer contained in the Dubai Police Central Jail.
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Dubai: The Correctional and Punitive Institutions at Dubai Police has offered monetary help to three,922 inmates after Dubai charitable associations and philanthropists donated Dh 2,950,256 since January 2020.

This initiative is in step with the humanitarian strategy of the Dubai Police to grant inmates a second likelihood to reform and begin afresh by offering the required help in collaboration with involved authorities and beneficiant people.

Brigadier Ali Mohammed Al Shamali, Director of the Common Division of Correctional and Punitive Institutions at Dubai Police, stated that the annual programmes, help and initiatives of the division replicate Dubai Police’s idea of prisons as a spot of reformation fairly than punishment.

He added that the division has adopted a path of tolerance, coexistence, benevolence, and giving others a second likelihood to return to the trail of righteousness as soon as once more. “On this spirit, we’re eager on strengthening social duty in coordination with charities and philanthropists to finish the struggling of inmates and assist them begin once more, enhance their circumstances, and resolve their monetary and social issues,” Brigadier Al Shamali stated.

Lt. Habib Husain Al Zarouni, Head of Humanitarian Care Division on the Correctional and Punitive Institutions at Dubai Police, stated that the Division, in collaboration with charitable associations and philanthropists, utilises the acquired donations to organise reformation programmes and craftsmanship workshops for inmates, present medical units and canopy housing charges and college tuitions for his or her indigent households.

“Because of the new coronavirus outbreak, the Correctional and Punitive Institutions redirected its efforts to offer tickets for inmates who’ve served their sentences and want to return to the house international locations amongst their households. The initiative “Awdatokm Amana” (your return is an obligation) has caught the eye of many philanthropists who donated Dh 1,479,010 for this noble trigger,” Lt. Al Zarouni added.

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