ich are normally observed through the provision of greater conformity within an organization, its effectiveness, and the overall efforts of developing separate systems of management. The management systems are usually treated as autonomous functions within organizations/ institutions. However, most of the professionals tend to think that it is possible to bring together and harmonise the three management systems: OHSAS 18001 OHSMS, ISO 14001 EMS and ISO 9001 QMS.
This paper will therefore focus on the various management practices in the police department of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In addition, a clear strategy for the implementation of an integrated system in the organization will be developed and outlined in the paper.
Abu Dhabi police (ADP) located in Abu Dhabi Emirate, works together with other agencies in order to reduce crime rates and achieve a safer society. It focuses on preserving the stability, eliminating a sense of fear and achievement of justice among the general public .
The vision of Abu Dhabi Police is to become the police force that is more effective in the policing field which promptly responds to the needs of the society with a high level of training and integrity (Trent 1998, pp.32). In order to achieve the stated vision, the directorate is usually guided by a number of values which include: respect for human rights, honesty and integrity.
Trent (1998), states that ADP was founded by the first president of the Abu Dhabi state, the late H.H. Shaikh Shakhbut Bin Sultan Al Nahayan in January 1957. His main aim behind the establishment was to create a strong dependent government which freely and fairly provided security and peace to the country.
Abu Dhabi police department reports to the ministry of interior. It consists of sectors which are divided into departments. Each department has specific duties and responsibilities. However, over the past years, the organization structure of Abu Dhabi police has been