Presiding over the pass-out, the Inspector General of Police, Martin Okoth Ochola said that the Police force will continue conducting different pieces of training for the officers in the ongoing efforts to fight terror threats.
Thirty-one Regional Police Commanders-RPC have completed two months of leadership and command training aimed at retooling top police bosses amidst terror threats in the country. The graduates were part of the command and institutional leadership
course intake 002/2021, which started on October 11th, 2021.
The group has been training at Bwebajja Police
Senior Command and Staff College Entebbe in Wakiso district. Among the graduates are Norman
Musinga, the Rwenzori West
Regional Police Commander, Peter Nkulega, the Kampala Metropolitan North RPC, Godfrey
Achiria Kampala Metropolitan
South RPC, and their Kampala Metropolitan East counterpart, Deo
Obura Onyagura, the epicenter of last
month’s city twin bomb blasts.
This was the first intake of RPC to undergo the command and institutional leadership courses since Police started implementing President Museveni’s directives to conduct
senior police commanders in May this year.
Presiding over the pass-out, the Inspector
General of Police, Martin
Okoth Ochola said that the Police
force will continue conducting different pieces of training for its officers in the ongoing efforts to fight terror threats. He warned the officers to execute their duties with utmost
discipline, hard work, and dedication to exhibit professionalism to their junior
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Dr. James Nkata, the Director Uganda Management Institute-UMI, which partnered with the police to conduct the training urged
the graduates to exhibit the
skills they have acquired to steer the
police. He cautioned the officer
against corruption and human
rights violations, which has
repeatedly tarnished the image
of the police force.
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Moses Kafeero, the Commandment of Bwebajja Police
Senior Command and Staff College said that all 31 participants successfully completed the course.
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Assistant Commissioner of Police, Deo Obula Onyagura, who spoke on behalf of
other graduates, said the course has enhanced their abilities in planning and
execution of operations, managing people, monitoring, and evaluation among