World Police Summit re-engages Sia Partners as knowledge partner

22 January 2024 3 min. read

In March, the 2024 edition of the World Police Summit kicks off, bringing together executives and professionals from across the world of policing, security and law enforcement to Dubai for an action-packed three-day conference.

Visitors from all corners of the globe (around 120 countries) will travel to Dubai to attend the World Police Summit 2024, which takes place from 5 to 7 March in the Dubai Trade Centre.

Hosted by Dubai Police in conjunction with the UAE Government, the summit has over the years established itself as one of the leading get-togethers in the sector, where visitors can gain insights into key policing trends & developments, network with likeminded peers, and connect with prospects – all which enjoying the top-of-the-bill hospitality experience Dubai is well-known for.

World Police Summit re-engages Sia Partners as knowledge partner

The agenda spans seven main conferences across the three days, featuring 140 keynotes, workshops and breakout sessions facilitated by 220+ eminent speakers, including Police Chiefs, Commissioners, Government Officials, CEOs, and field experts. Major topics on the agenda include crime prevention, drones, policing cybersecurity, digital forensics, policing technology, anti-narcotics, and road safety.

Enter: Sia Partners

Driving the summit’s agenda are a number of exclusive of partners, with Sia Partners serving as the event’s official Knowledge Partner. The agreement sees the Executive Office of the World Police Summit 2024 re-engage the consulting firm, which also delivered the role for the 2023 edition.

Brigadier Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah Al Mualla, Head of the Executive Office, said that the decision to re-select Sia Partners for the prestigious role was based on the “valuable results and fruitful partnership achieved” in the previous edition.

Back then, Sia Partners sent its global CEO Matthieu Courtecuisse to Dubai to deliver a keynote, made its Middle East Managing Director Cesar Moukarzel available for a panel discussion, and supported the facilitation of numerous round table discussions.

Consultants of the firm also supported thought leadership. On this part of the cooperation, Al Mualla said: “Sia Partners has released insightful and scientifically accurate reports that have impacted the police and security sectors, offering a more professional and comprehensive view of the global situation in crime-fighting and ways to enhance community security. These reports help law enforcement officials worldwide to realise their current and future goals.”

Commenting on the renewed collaboration, Moukarzel stated: “We’re pleased to continue our collaboration with the World Police Summit. We are committed to making a positive impact globally, and this ongoing partnership embodies our dedication to working together for a safer world.”

“As we enter this second year of collaboration, we look forward to strengthening our ties with the global law enforcement community, exploring new ways to collaborate, and jointly tackling the complex challenges our world faces today, creating a safer future for all. We thank the World Police Summit for their trust and partnership. Together, we build a brighter and safer world.”

According to the Executive Office, the summit is on track to welcome more than 20,000 visitors in total.