The police can't track encrypted, live VPN traffic, but if you have a court order, you can go to your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and request connection or usage logs. Because your ISP knows you're using a VPN, you can direct police to them. When downloading torrents with a VPN, you hide your real IP address. Protect your P2P traffic from ISPs and trackers.
However, you can still be caught torrenting with a VPN. This can happen for two reasons: your VPN provider filters your IP or doesn't fully support P2P traffic. First, let's see what the consequences are if you're caught torrenting and how to avoid any problems with a VPN for downloading torrents. It's legal, but if you're caught doing something that the United Arab Emirates considers a crime, such as gambling, additional penalties apply for “misusing” a VPN.