The Directorate is headed by Ag Director, Senior Commissioner of Police Lawrence Nuwabiine. The function of the Directorate is to enforce traffic and road safety laws with a view of ensuring safety for all road users.
The Directorate is headed by Ag Director; Senior Commissioner of Police Sewanyana Yusufu. Its role is to plan, develop and advise UPF on the implementation of ICT policies in accordance with the national ICT plan thereby maintaining international standards.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Erasmus Twaruhukwa, and the directorate is responsible for advising Police Management and other officers on legal issues, Initiating Police related legislation, guiding the Police disciplinary process and drafting bills and other statutory instruments for the UPF for onward submission to the Solicitor General.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Mugisa Joseph; and charged with three major functions namely: prevention of fire through inspection, education, investigation and media campaigns on rescue of life or any human being threatened by either natural or manmade hazards; fire extinguishment in order to protect and save property from destruction by fire; and active participation as a key player in national disaster management activities with other stakeholders.
The Directorate of Police Health Services is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Dr. Moses Byaruhanga. The Directorate is responsible for treatment, prevention and control of diseases for purposes of promoting good health lifestyles and behavior in the Police community. The Directorate shall extend its services to the surrounding communities through medical emergency response in partnership with other Directorates involved in rescue operations; and examination of victims and suspects who may require such evidence in the process of providing justice.
The Directorate is headed by Ag Director; Assistant Commissioner of Police Andrew Mubiru, and is responsible for detecting, investigating and preventing crime regarding highly specialized areas of cyber, ballistics, chemical analysis and questioned documents among others.
The Directorate is headed by AIGP Magambo Tom, who is assisted by two deputy directors assigned to individual divisions. The function of the Directorate is to ensure effective detection, investigation and prevention of crime.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Christopher Damulira its role is to develop plans, strategies, policies and guidelines for effective management of crime intelligence through collation and dissemination of information on crime trends and patterns in the country.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Jesse Kamunanwire, its primary function is to establish appropriate human resource policies that enhance the performance of the Uganda Police Force.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Godfrey Golooba, its role is to develop policies, systems and strategies for effective human resource development in the UPF. Human Resource Development include among others, training employees hired, providing opportunities to learn and acquire knowledge, new skills, right attitude and providing a conducive environment for employees development.
The Directorate is headed Senior Commisioner of Police Obona Charles, who is assisted by a deputy director. The role of the Directorate is to ensure international and regional cooperation in the fight against transnational crime.
The Directorate is headed by Senior Commissioner of Police Stephen Tanui , who reports directly to the Inspector General of Police. Geographically the area is comprised of Kampala Metropolitan North, South and East. The Directorate is tasked with policing the capital and neighboring districts.
The Directorate is headed by AIGP Richard Edyegu. The Directorate develops and implements strategic policy for logistical and engineering support services for the Uganda Police Force.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of the Police, Nuwagira John, who is assisted by three commissioners. The role of the Directorate is to plan, implement, manage and coordinate all operational activities in the Uganda Police Force. These efforts are demonstrated by the Department of Traffic and Road Safety.
The Directorate is headed by Ag Director Commisioner of Police Hillary Kulayige. The primary function of the Directorate is to develop a patriotic, citizen-centric police force through engagement in education and community policing.
The Directorate is headed by AIGP, James Ocaya. The Directorate is tasked with carrying out ongoing assessment of UPF with a view to identifying areas for strategic development.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of the Police, Birungi Ruhuma Chalres. The role of the Directorate is to maintain and enhance the welfare of Uganda Police officers and their families. One way in which this is achieved is through the provision of a duty-free shop for officers where they may purchase essential goods at reduced prices.
The Directorate is headed by Assistant Inspector General of Police Abasi Byakagaba. The Counter-Terrorism Directorate is the lead Ugandan law enforcement entity charged with investigating, disrupting and responding to terrorist incidents in Uganda.