Activating a platform for reporting financial and economic crimes in the UAE
Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid announced the launch and activation of a platform for reporting financial and economic crimes in the Emirates hours ago in order to increase community participation in confronting economic crimes.
In the United Arab Emirates, the activation of a platform for the reporting of financial and economic crimes
Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid made an announcement a few hours ago regarding the launch and activation of a reporting platform for financial and economic crimes in the Emirates. The goal of this announcement was to increase community engagement in the fight against economic crimes.
The UAE launches a platform for reporting economic crimes
The United Arab Emirates has announced the launch of a reporting tool for economic offences, Yesterday, His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Border Security Council, launched the platform for reporting economic crimes. This platform aims to enhance community participation in confronting this type of crime, which constitutes one of the challenges that must be neutralized due to the negative repercussions it has on society in general, as well as the business sector and the national economy in particular.
Reasons for activating the platform for reporting economic crimes in the UAE
Activation of the portal for reporting economic crimes in the UAE due to the following reasons: The platform that is affiliated with the Dubai Center for Economic Security aims to improve interaction with the Dubai community, whether citizens, residents, or visitors, and to create a new window to receive reports of economic crimes in a way that enables them to be dealt with quickly. These crimes include money laundering crimes, crimes that involve financing terrorism or other illegal organizations, and crimes that are related to each other. In public office, including crimes of bribery, abuse of authority, and impersonation of public positions, as well as crimes that affect the economy of the emirate, such as: crimes of forgery, embezzlement, damage to public funds, seizing or facilitating its seizure, illegal benefiting and profiting from public positions, and counterfeiting currency, in addition to crimes concerning practices that have a negative impact on the safety of the emirate's economy and resources.