Dubai Police launch new version of smart app in seven languages

October 12, 2022 at 4:51 PM

The Dubai Police General Command has announced the launch of the new version of its smart application.

According to Khaleej Times, the Dubai Police smart app supports seven languages: Arabic, English, Russian, German, Chinese, French, and Spanish.

The smart application includes a premium bunch of 70 developed services using the latest programming languages, techniques, and artificial intelligence.

Director of the General Department of Artificial Intelligence at Dubai Police Major General Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi said, “To make the login process more accessible, customers can now sign in to the Dubai Police app using the face recognition feature.” 

He said the new update also includes a “dashboard” containing personal information, e-cards, and all transactions offered to the customer, in addition to statistics showing the percentage of services used and traffic violations recorded on the traffic file.

The following are four key features of the Dubai Police smart app:

Crash Detection

The smart app has been developed to provide serious accident detection, such as a car collision, and send out a distress signal (SOS) in case of a severe traffic accident without human intervention. It also includes a new feature that notifies users of temporary street closures and major traffic accidents.


The new update includes the “Smart Volunteer” feature, which enables volunteers to register and receive distress requests from the Dubai Police app users at any time, thus further enabling a culture of assistance among community members and creating a safer society.

Women & Children

The smart app includes new characteristics to protect women and children, and support all vulnerable groups. This feature allows them to request assistance in emergencies, anytime and anywhere.

Visually-impaired People

The Dubai Police’s updated smart app includes a feature for visually impaired people to enable them to request assistance and submit complaints and suggestions. It also contains a camera reading for blind people, which processes captured images. (NewsWire)