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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 18/02/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Customs officers at the Wadi al Jizi post affiliated to the Buraimi Police Command have foiled an attempt to smuggle four African women into the country using false Omani passports.

An official at the Buraimi Police Command said that the officers noticed that women in the vehicle looked different from the photographs in the passports.

''The women were travelling in a vehicle from another Gulf country. A customs official also suspected that the driver was under the influence of drugs. He immediately alerted sleuths at the Police Command who recovered three drug pills from the vehicle,'' he added. The driver was detained and s case file referred to the Public Prosecution.


Computer courses for ROP staff in Oman's Dakhliyah governorate

As part of the ROP's efforts to improve its e-services, the Dakhliyah Police Command is organising a three-week computer course for employees at its various directorates.

The command is also organising a telecommunication course, in which participants will be introduced to wireless devices and taught about their various aspects.

The courses are being held under the auspices of Lt Col Abdullah bin Ali al Mahrooqi, assistant chief of police, Dakhliyah. 



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