Uganda Police Passes Out 73 Officers

The Hon. Minister of Internal Affairs Gen. Jeje odongo has today passed out 73 senior officers at the Police senior command and staff college Bwebaja. Students have graduated with an intermediate command and staff course certificate. The course has lasted for six months. The officers were from the Uganda police force, Uganda prisons service , Somali […]

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Joint Communique between Uganda Police and Rwanda National Police

JOINT COMMUNIQUE 1. In the context of bilateral police cooperation aimed at combating cross border and transnational crimes such as; terrorism, drug trafficking, cyber-crime and human trafficking, sharing of best practices and capacity building; a meeting for the Chiefs of Police of the Republics of Uganda and Rwanda was held in Mbarara-Uganda on 20th October […]

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Police Commemorates Police-Day

The Uganda Police Force has today 3rd October 2016, commemorated the Police-Day at Kololo Independence Ground under the theme: Monitoring, Evaluation, Rectification and Building the Uganda Police Force. As part of the celebrations, the different police directorates, departments and units have demonstrated their different capabilities to the public. The counter terrorism directorate demonstrated their aerial […]

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President of the Republic of Uganda

President Passes out 3200 Police Officers

President Passes out 3200 Police Officers His Excellency President Y. Kaguta Museveni has today the 10th September 2016, commissioned 1,200 (one thousand and two hundred) cadet officers (C/ASP) and 2,000 (two thousand) probationer Police constables (PPCs) at Kabalye Police Training School in Masindi district after undergoing a twelve months training course. “We have been building […]

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President Museveni Appreciates Armed Forces

President Y.K Museveni has hailed security agencies for job well done, during and after the 2016 general elections. This was during a thanks giving ceremony at Kololo Independence ground where the President met the Uganda Police Force, the Army and prisons services and appreciated them for securing the elections from bribe voters, arson committers and […]

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Inspector General of Police

Security Arrangements for Swearing –In Ceremony

The purpose of this Press briefing is to inform the country of the security preparations for Swearing-in and Inaugural Ceremony of the President elect scheduled for 12th May 2016. Let me begin by congratulating the people of Uganda upon achieving this major milestone in the nation’s election calendar because the swearing-in ceremony of the President-elect […]

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