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Welcome to Ministry of Interior Child Protection Centre

MOI Child Protection Centre has been established in UAE to undertake the role of developing, implementing and customizing the initiatives, processes aiming at providing safety, security and protection for all children living at UAE or even those coming as visitors.


To work effectively towards enhancing the quality of life for everyone in the UAE community by providing security, traffic, reform and residency services, and ensuring safety of lives and properties.


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MoI Child Protection Centre Delegation Visits Sharjah Social Services Department and Dubai Foundation for Women and Children Care

29 Jan 2016

A delegation from the Ministry of Interior’s Child Protection Centre recently made introductory visits to the Sharjah Social Services Department and the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children Care (DFWAC). The visits embody the Center’s keenness to enhance partnerships with governmental departments and institutions and acquaint them with the services, programs, activities, field experiences and achievements made by the Center in the field of child protection.

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MoI Discusses Plans to Unify Efforts Regarding the Child Protection Hotline

13 Jan 2016

The Higher Committee for Child Protection (CPC) at the Ministry of Interior discussed plans to unify efforts of all relevant entities regarding the toll-free (116111) hotline, and to allocate the number as a federal helpline to facilitate reporting cases of child abuse and any incidence of suspected child abuse or neglect, by phone. Such cases may also be reported online via the CPC's website.

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MoI Urges the Society to Cooperate in Protecting Children from Abuse

09 Jan 2016

he MoI Child Protection Center recently hosted an educational awareness lecture in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Education Council for members of the administrative and academic staff. The lecture called for concerted efforts amongst all segments of society to protect children from risks, and called upon community members to report any cases of abuse against children.