Bringing leaders and professionals from government agencies and regulatory authorities, the private sector, international organizations and civil society together to holistically tackle global security challenges and build safer communities.
In a fast-changing world, new threats and challenges manifest daily. We need to work together, not just to keep our communities safe but to encourage them to thrive.
Holistic community safety and security extends beyond the traditional realm of law and order, and must address broader elements such as economic security, environmental security, food security and social responsibility. To help our communities overcome these challenges, an inter-disciplinary and collaborative solution is required.
We Seek To
Increase awareness of the mutual relationship between community safety and economic growth.
Promote a holistic understanding of the impact of climate change, environment security and food security on community safety.
Enhance global grassroot efforts by empowering families to play an increased role in community safety.
Increase the trust of people in their governments and increase their participation in contributing to public safety.
The Secure Communities Forum, established by the Ministry of Interior of the UAE, aims to provide a collaborative platform where global stakeholders can collaborate to develop solutions on a global level.
To create a more secure future we must work together, that is why the SCF strives to bring together a broad range of stakeholders to work together. Our members and participants include those from:
International law enforcement agencies, federal and Local police forces, etc.
Ministries, government departments, regulatory authorities, etc.
United Nations, European Union, etc.
Financial institutions, internet and technology companies, media, etc.
Community organizations, charitable foundations,
faith-based organizations, etc.
Academia, think tanks, etc.
Key Opinion Leaders
Though leaders, comentators, etc.
We aim to focus on a wide range of security challenges that are being faced by our communities
Extremism and Hate
Sultan Al Dahbashi
Dr Omer Ali Saifudeen
Head Military Studies Minor Public Safety and Security Programme Singapore University of Social Sciences
Superintendent Tim De Vos
Deputy Chief of Police
Local police Schoten
Workshops & Webinars
- Wed, Mar 27ZoomMar 27, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM GMT+4ZoomJoin us on March 27th at 4 PM UAE time for a groundbreaking webinar on "Securing Children and Youth: Community Policing Perspectives," featuring insights from law enforcement, legislators, academics, and NGOs, showcasing case studies and best practices followed by an engaging Q&A session.
Join the SCF and contribute to global and community security.