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CICCD Holds Course on Anti-Drug Strategic Planning

Anti-drug courseA specialised course on development of leadership and strategic planning skills in the field of drug combating is taking place from Sunday 3 March – Wednesday 6 March 2013 at GCC Criminal Information Centre on Combating Drugs (GCC-CICCD).

According to the director of the centre, Colonel Saqr Rashid Al Miraikhi, 26 trainees working in top positions in drug control from the GCC states are participating in the course, which focuses on two themes – one about the developing leadership and in strategic planning skills in the fight against drugs, and the other theme is about the cause of innocence and guilt in drug crimes.

Professor Dr Jalal al Naimi, consultant of strategic management and performance development in the Ministry of Interior, United Arab Emirates will present lecture on the subject. He will deal with the strategic plans by identifying the vision, mission, goals and focus on advanced scientific methods in the development of the strategic plan and following up the different implementation stages and applying it on the fight against drug.

On the second theme, which is about the causes of innocence and guilt in drug crimes, a lecture will be given by Lt Col Dr Mubarak Abdullah bin Hawail Marri, Director of Drug Enforcement Administration in Bahrain and board member of the centre, highlighting the importance in the preparation of the fight against drugs so no criminal escapes punishment.

 

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