Author(s): Khalid Khalifa Fadhel Khalifa Almazrooei, Muhammad Fuad bin & Mohammed R A Siam
The aim of study is to examine the impact of the community collaboration and community communication on the innovative services delivery by surveying stockholders in relation to the Dubai Police in the UAE. The study population equates to the total number of civil servants excepts those in police or security agencies that knew much about the security developments in Dubai. The philosophy behind this is to investigate the unbiased. The actual sample size for this study is 344 which is collected in face-to-face collection technique by using a printed copy. The samples are collected from different location to have the best diversity in locations and duty among the population. The results show that the proposed model is successful because it can explain 40.34% of the innovative police services. The two variables community collaboration and community communication are both good predictors and have significant relationships with the innovative police services. For government intervention, it seems that the more interact the stronger relationship between community collaboration and innovative police services but not community communication.