How to Get ‘To Whom it May Concern’ Police Clearance Certificate

Last updated on : 24 Apr 2024
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Amidst the frustration of a breakdown during a rainstorm, Dubai motorists can now breathe a sigh of relief. Dubai Police has launched an online service facilitating the acquisition of a vital document, all without the inconvenience of a visit to the police station.

This service allows individuals whose vehicles have been affected by the rain to easily obtain a ‘To Whom it May Concern’ certificate (TWIMC certificate), essential for processing insurance claims related to rain damage.

Given the recent onslaught of extreme weather and heavy rainfall, this initiative couldn't have come at a better time. Previously, individuals were required to navigate the Dubai Police smart app or website, fill out an application, and physically present their vehicle at a police station for inspection to verify the cause of damage. Subsequently, the certificate would be issued electronically.

However, the process for obtaining a 'To Whom it May Concern' police clearance certificate for natural disasters has been simplified into a few easy steps, avoiding the need for a physical visit to the police station:

  1. Visit the Dubai Police website.
  2. Apply for the certificate package service.
  3. Choose the 'To Whom it May Concern' option for natural disasters.
  4. Upload photos of your damaged vehicle.
  5. Submit the application and pay a fee of AED 95.

You will receive the certificate electronically within one to two business days.

For further inquiries, individuals can reach out to Dubai Police at 901.

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