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Police Enrolls 100 Detectives for Law Diploma at LDC

Forty six detectives were picked from police stations in different region in the country while the remaining 56 are from the CID headquarters Kibuli.
Some of the detectives recently passed out of a refresher CID course
The Criminal Investigations Directorate has enrolled 100 detectives for a law diploma at the Law Development Center starting this Academic year 2018/2019.

Forty six detectives were picked from police stations in different region in the country while the remaining 56 are from the CID headquarters Kibuli. 

The detectives are from ranks of Corporal to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP). The detectives whose studies are being financed the Justice Law and Order Sector-JLOS, have already began lessons with other students.

 

JLOS paid Shillings 1.5billion for the entire course duration of one year. LDC deducted about Shillings 1billion for the police. 

A Diploma in Law at LDC costs Shillings 2.5million per student, which would bring the total cost for the 100 detectives to Shillings 2.5billion.

Hamis Lukyamuzi Ddungu, the Public Relations Officer LDC, confirmed the enrollment of the detectives. "We have 100 of them and they are studying together with other students. They were paid for by JLOS," Ddungu told URN.

The detectives are being equipped with basic knowledge in law to help them in their day to day interactions with law and investigations.

The CID head of Administration Fred Enanga says, "The detectives will benefit a lot from the course and this will help in the way they handle investigation files."

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