He was not accompanied by any policemen as he spends quality time with his family.
ras al khaimah - A prisoner in Ras Al Khaimah was given special permission to accompany his children to school on the first day of the new academic year. In a video released by the Ras Al Khaimah Police on Sunday, the father, whose face has been blurred, is seen dressed in a traditional Arab kandoora and headgear as he and his wife accompany their two children to school.
He is not seen accompanied by any policemen as he spends quality time with his family.
The video begins with the shot of a policeman escorting him out of the correctional facility. He is made to wear a GPS tracking bracelet before he steps out. He is then seen packing his children's lunch and helping them dress for school, before taking them there.
Major-General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, General Commander of the RAK Police, said: "The initiative was possible with the help of the electronic tracking bracelet, which helps us keep an eye on him and track his whereabouts."
They did not reveal any other details about the prisoner or the nature of the crime for which he is serving time. "The move is in line with the policy of the UAE Ministry of Interior to promote and guarantee family and community cohesion."
The children paid tribute to the RAK Police. "It was amazing to see, touch, hug and feel my father on the first day of school," one of the children said.
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