Dubai Police has won, for the second year in a row, an award from the IT World Awards for its Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) virtual training in the gold category, UAE national news agency WAM reported.
Abdulla Alsaboosi, UAE Consul-General, received the award on behalf of the Dubai Police, and briefly mentioned its innovative initiatives while accepting the award. The award, which was presented at a ceremony organized by the Silicon Valley Organization in San Francisco, recognized the winners of the best IT services based on performance standards, products, services, customer satisfaction and technical teams.
The Khalifa Student Empowerment Program, AQDAR, also received an award during the IT World Awards 2017 in a year-long CSI category, for the use of innovative and attractive methods to raise messages of community awareness, by participating in the Informational Games initiative.
The organizers of the award evaluated and honored the best innovations, contributions and teams from around the world. IT products, institutions, companies and participants from various countries were also honored. The award acknowledged major companies such as Dell, Samsung, Epson and Cisco, as well as various countries such as the United States, Switzerland, Korea, Germany, France, Canada, the Czech Republic, and India.