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A Preliminary Study on Information Sharing Practice Between Police and Private Security Companies in the United Arab Emirates

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Abdulla Alhefeiti
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Keiichi Nakata
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Abstract

The current security system in the private security companies’ regulatory department (PSCRD) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) suffers from inconsistency and inefficiency in communication and information sharing with the private security companies (PSCs). These failings hinder collaborative policing. Therefore, this paper focuses on information sharing practice to support collaboration in policing with the help of PSCs for managing crime prevention and safety. The information sharing within various departments in police is studied in literatures and issues are identified. [1]. On the other hand, the empirical data shows that the mechanism of sharing information does not really work properly and it needs to be improved to fit with the requirements of the effectiveness of information sharing. This is according to S4 “The mechanism of information sharing is required to link all sources in one system while providing a precise context and there is need to have a central call control centre where all security information is coordinated.”
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hal-01646606 , version 1 (23-11-2017)

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Abdulla Alhefeiti, Keiichi Nakata. A Preliminary Study on Information Sharing Practice Between Police and Private Security Companies in the United Arab Emirates. 17th International Conference on Informatics and Semiotics in Organisations (ICISO), Aug 2016, Campinas, Brazil. pp.231-233. ⟨hal-01646606⟩
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