Story sourced from Kampala Metropolitan Police facebook page
The Deputy Inspector General of Police Brig Sabiiti Muzeeyi on Monday led a delegation of Assistant IGPs on the tour of the newly constructed Natete Police Complex.
The routine inspection is a mandate of the Police Policy and Administration Committee to visit the ongoing projects, assess the environment and establish the possible ways of utilising the projects.
The delegation included AIGP Edward Ochom (Director Research, Planning and Development), AIGP Hajj Moses Balimwoyo (Director Human Resource Administration and Management), AIGP Dr. Steven Kasiima (Director Traffic and Road Safety), SCP. Richard Edyegu (Deputy Director Logistics and Engineering),CP. Moses Kafeero Kabugo (Kampala Metropolitan Police) among other police dignitaries.
Construction of the complex started in 2010 by order of President Yoweri Museveni after the former station had been burnt down during the Buganda riots in 2009.
The three storeyed building hosts at least 100 offices of various sizes, five self contained detention facilities, a canteen, restaurant, exhibit room and ample parking space.
The new building is expected to solve problems of decongestion, and helping in solving other challenging administrative tasks in the Force.
Brig Sabiiti thanked the police construction, logistics and engineering teams for the good job and continuous effort in exposing the unseen positive potentials of police as they ensure peace and security within the country.
“Its always good to showcase our achievements especially upon completion of these projects so that the public can know the wonderful side of police,” he said.