EAPCCO is the East African Police Chiefs Organization Cooperation. We are having EAPCCO Inaugural games 2017 from 24th – 30th.
EAPCCO was created in 1998.
It has 13 member countries including; Uganda Kenya Tanzania, Burundi, Sudan, South Sudan, Rwanda, Djibouti, Eritrea, Seychelles, Somalia, Comoros and Ethiopia.
Uganda Director of INTERPOL and International Relations, AIGP Fred Yiga has today opened USALAMA IV after Action Review workshop at Imperial Resort Beach in Entebbe. Continue reading
The Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has urged the Eastern and African Police Chiefs Cooperation (EAPCCO) to work towards enhancement of regional security.
Rugunda was speaking yesterday at the closure of the 5-day police chiefs’ retreat held at Speke Resort Hotel, Munyonyo.
“The… Continue reading
Ugandan Inspector General of Police, General Kale Kayihura has today taken over the chairmanship of the Eastern African Police Chiefs Corporation Organization (EAPCCO).
General Kayihura is taking over from Rwandan Police Chief, General Emmanuel K. Gassana who had held the mantle of the organization for… Continue reading
Uganda Police has today (13/09/2017) awarded Maj. Gen. Abdel Ghani Hamel the Algerian Director in charge of National Security with the “Exemplary Service Order class One Medal.”
The medal was awarded to him by His Excellency the Vice President of Uganda, Edward Sekandi during the… Continue reading
Experts from Algeria will train Uganda police officers in handling and installation of closed circuit television cameras (CCTV), the Algerian Director in charge of national security, Abdel Ghani Hamel has said.
Meeting the Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura at the police headquarters on… Continue reading
The Inspector General of Police, Gen.Kale Kayihura has said that the various countries will be looking at ways of realigning themselves towards the African Police (AFRIPOL) as the 31st Annual General Meeting of the Easter Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) begins at Munyonyo… Continue reading