KAMPALA – The Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola has on Monday 19, August received 14 cars and 15 motorcycles that were donated by the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) to Uganda Police Force.
These are to assist Directorates of CID, Legal and Human Rights, Research & Planning & Police Health Services, depts of Canine & Child & Family Protection Unit.
According to the IGP, this is a big boost to the Force in terms of transport.
IGP Ochola thanked JLOS Uganda for her continued financial support.
“I am confident that this will add to the already ongoing efforts in energizing our field commanders in the fight against crime and hopefully we shall register better performance in the year 2019,” the IGP said.
Recently, UPF received two double cabin pick-ups, ten motorcycles and 4 cameras from the German Embassy and the donation was handed over to the force in the presence of the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj Gen Sabiiti Muzeyi.
The force has also previously benefited from courses in the areas of Crime Scene Management, Forensic Photography, Fingerprints, Bomb Scene Management, Homicide Investigations, Narcotic Drug Investments and training of trainers courses.