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Parliament considers Bill seeking to restore...

The committee rejected the proposal for MPs not be elected ministers, arguing it would instead create more costs since ministers are regarded as ex-officio...

Moroto prison escape: What exactly happened?...

Prisons spokesperson Frank Baine said the cause of the escape was human error by the gatekeeper and those who were on duty.

Polls violence: EU tips Police

Over 200 police officers were trained and the curriculum will be handed over to Police for inclusion in their standard police training course.

Police to recruit over 5,000 constables

The Police Force numbers have grown from 3,000 officers in 1986 to the current 46,000 personnel.

Police investigates 27 cases of violence...

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga said most of the incidents were from eastern Uganda, with 10 cases, followed by Lira’s six and western Uganda, with three...

Senior Police, SFC officials' espionage case...

The charges against the group contravene section 130 (1) (f) of the UPDF Act, 2005 and attracts a maximum penalty of death, upon conviction.

Toddler murdered, suspect arrested

The suspect struck a panga against Ayebale but unfortunately it cut the baby on the head and died instantly.

COVID-19: LDU, Police, resume night operations...

Over 30 people were arrested allegedly for flouting the COVID-19 regulations on curfew and the social operations procedures including social distancing....

LDUs back due to increased crime

Operation Upon redeployment, the LDU operations will be carried out only at night and alongside the Uganda Police Force personnel, revealed the defence...

Senior Police, army officials face death...

The Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) arrested the group in May on allegations that they shared classified information relating to their operations...

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