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Police resolves to charge Mityana commander with aggravated robbery

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Criminal Investigations Directorate-CID has resolved to arraign Assistant Superintendent of Police- ASP Dennis Kyeptoyek, the commander of Nyanzi police station in Mityana alongside nine others in court on charges of aggravated robbery. Kyeptoyek’s trouble started on June 7, when a group of men intercepted …

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1,429 arrested for defying ban on inter-district movement

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | At least 1,429 people spent the weekend in various police cells across the country on accusation of defying the ban on inter-district movement. President Yoweri Museveni on June 6, announced a ban on inter-district movement of all private and public vehicles including motorcycles. The ban …

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Police warns violators of new Covid-19 guidelines

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Uganda Police Force has sounded a warning that members of the public who will fail to adhere to the set of guidelines by President Museveni will risk facing dire consequences this time. Addressing journalists, police spokesperson Fred Enanga said commanders have been directed by …

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Police doesn’t have enough pistols to arm traffic officers

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Although President Yoweri Museveni said that traffic officers will be armed, police say they don’t have enough pistols for individual traffic police officers to be armed while carrying out their duties. President Museveni on Sunday said traffic officers will be armed or paired with armed …

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Police directors not decided on request by commanders to retain SPCs

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Days after District Police Commanders informed the police leadership at Naguru headquarters that they would like to retain some of the Special Police Constables-SPCs whose elections tenure has ended, it has emerged that some directors have not welcomed the move. Ahead of the 2021 general …

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