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SIRA Dubai is a government body responsible for managing the security industry in Dubai. SIRA means Security Industry Regulatory Agency. Dubai government created SIRA in 2016 to work as an independent agency. Before SIRA, the Department of Protective Systems (DPS) of Dubai Police managed this responsibility.
The Security Industry Regulatory Agency (Sira) told Gulf News that better trained, better-equipped security guards backed by the latest in high-technology surveillance tools will improve safety wherever security staff are deployed be it residential, office or government premises.
Khalifa Ebrahim Saleis, Sira’s director-general, said the regulatory agency was formed by the Dubai Government with a wider remit than the Department of Protective Systems (DPS) that it replaces, continuing all the licensing and regulatory functions held by DPS, but broadening its work further into research and development. He said also SIRA has trained 23,119 people since July 2017 to meet strict regulations for the people working in the security industry.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, issued Law No. 03 of 2018, which partially amends Law No. 12 of 2016 pertaining to the regulation of the security industry in Dubai.
Law No. 12 of 2016 seeks to regulate the security industry in Dubai through clear policies and procedures, establish a framework for standards and specifications for preventive security systems, oversee security service providers and support Dubai’s official security bodies.
According to the Law, the Security Industry Regulatory Agency, SIRA, is the government entity responsible for licensing and monitoring security service providers in Dubai.
Any violation of Law No. 12 of 2016 or its executive rules can invite fines of up to $136,125 (AED500,000), national news agency WAM reported.The fine can be doubled if the violation is repeated within a year, up to a maximum of $272,250 (AED1,000,000).This law is effective from the date of issuance and will be published in the Official Gazette.