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Odur bruno jaga Nov 12
Thank u so much of for being a role model towards community policing. Your discussion about community policing today was very instrumental and I call upon fellow countrymen to engage in proactive aspects in reducing crime.
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Simon Kaheru Nov 11
Dear , pass on this public round of applause for Traffic Officer Bogere, at the Kitgum House Post. An arrogant fellow stopped at the Zebra Crossing, blocking pedestrians and sneered at us when we protested. Bogere pulled him over and cautioned him 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿
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Humphrey Nov 8
DIGP Muzeeyi Sabitti doing a great job on visiting barracks around kampala checking on their status and standard of living of the officers. Kudos Afande.
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NITA-Uganda Nov 6
Dr. Yiga Director Interpol urges stakeholders to always engage his office on cross-border counterfeit related concerns for quick re-dress.
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#BeeraClear Nov 6
The social cohesion project is conducting a one weeks training of officers in the Eastern region of UG on the prevention of violent extremism & Human rights best practices to increase their knowledge & resilience in fighting crime & radicalisation.
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Muhoozi Kainerugaba Nov 5
Congratulations to the Ugandan team led by Hon. for getting our country elected to the governing council.
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Kampala Metropolitan Police Nov 2
Police in Kampala has today morning arrested 41 suspects as part of a sting operation aimed at reducing crime on Kampala streets and paving way for a peaceful Christmas festive season. Full details of the story on
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Allan M. Adakun Nov 2
I want to commend the Police officer who has dropped me off to my home area. On our illustrious journey we discussed progressive issues as equal Ugandans like infrastructural sustainability. I thank you Sir for showing me the country i want to live in...
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JM Okoth Ochola Nov 2
Today, I toured Ssezibwa Region, visited SCOUL and commissioned Action Centre at CPS Lugazi.
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Allan Ssempebwa K. Oct 31
The trend in Uganda and elsewhere including Kenya shows driver behaviour largely behind the road carnage. Recent campaign was a clear litmus! We need vigilant & patient drivers on our roads!
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Asan Kasingye Oct 30
himself tweeted yesterday that it’s fake. He never issued such. If you can take note of the poor English, and the fact that it’s not signed. Further more, who is it addressed to?
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Kampala Metropolitan Police Oct 30
Kiwatule mother, caretaker murders own daughter piles blames on Satan. Full details of the story on
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Allan Ssempebwa K. Oct 30
...✒ Public Notice: Emergency works at Kyengera along Kampala-Masaka road.
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NTV UGANDA Oct 28
. have put up 20 million shilling reward for anyone who knows about a criminal group called “People Agency”, on reports that they issue death threats to Investors asking them for money.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
We urge members of the public not to abuse but fully utilise the available telephone services by availing timely information to enable the UPF to fulfil its mandate.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
Each home in every village whether they have a phone or not should be encouraged to have a record of the telephone number of the nearest police unit.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
All Unit Commanders are to ensure that they disseminate Police telephone numbers of the respective units to the people within their Areas Of Responsibilities. This is to be done in partnership with the Local Council systems especially LC1 through the Secretary for information.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
The UPF has been having some challenges with the National Emergency Call centre lines (999 and 112) but we are rectifying the remaining obstacles with the Uganda Communications Commission.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
The fixed counter telephones are being added to the already existing National Emergency Call centre lines, Operational telephone services with the various unit commanders country wide and the toll free lines in the various units.
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JM Okoth Ochola Oct 26
The phones will be available on a 24/7 basis and I caution all the Police Officers at various stations and posts to ensure that this service and the numbers are available to all members of the public.
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