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UAE Adds Another Feather to its Cap

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Staff Writer, TLR

Published on January 29, 2024, 13:07:00

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UAE stands tall with its exemplary legal system and steadfast initiatives that are in harmony with the progress of public safety. With this combined effort, Abu Dhabi has topped the World Safest City title, followed by Ajman, Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah.

As per the Serbian crowd-sourced online database Numbeo, Abu Dhabi secures the top spot in the 2024 list with the highest safety index (86.8) and the lowest crime levels (13.1). Additionally, Ajman, Dubai, and Ras Al Khaimah, are among the top six cities globally.

Abu Dhabi Police officials highlight that the emirate's eighth consecutive ranking as the world's safest city underscores its commitment to implementing top-notch security standards, ultimately enhancing the quality of life for residents, citizens, and visitors.

Major-General Staff Pilot Faris Khalaf Al Mazrouei, Commander-in-Chief of Abu Dhabi Police, emphasises that the city's outstanding security and safety levels contribute to its attractiveness. The consistent recognition as the world's safest city since 2017 reflects the trust placed in Abu Dhabi by citizens, investors, and promotes positive interactions and cooperation across various developmental sectors.

Numbeo categorises crime levels, considering anything below 20 as very low, 20 to 40 as low, 40 to 60 as moderate, 60 to 80 as high, and anything over 80 as very high. The safety index, on the other hand, reflects the opposite, where a high safety index indicates a very safe city.

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