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Uganda, Rwanda police forces in disaster management drive

Uganda, Rwanda police forces in disaster management drive

Uganda police force is in the Rwanda to devise ways of jointly responding to bouts of disasters with their counterparts in both the countries. The force is visiting to take part in a Command Post Exercise (CPX) code named “Save Life” on disaster management at Rwanda Police Training School (PTS) Gishari, Rwamagana. Uganda’s High Commissioner […]

Gasana urges new police cadets to uphold professionalism

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Emmanuel K. Gasana has welcomed the recently graduated Police cadet officers and urged them to uphold professionalism at all times. IGP Gasana said this on May 18, while briefing the 462 officer graduates who had just returned from one week break ahead of being deployed in different departments and […]

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International researchers hail Rwanda police’s community policing program

Researchers and academicians from the International Victimology Institute Tilburg, Netherlands and the University of Rwanda, hailed Rwanda National Police for a strong existing partnership with the citizens in fostering an environment of trust. The group of 15 is in a partnership tour in the country that seeks to study about transitional justice mechanisms in Rwanda. […]

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Female police officers conclude pre-deployment training

At least 165 female police officers of the Rwanda National Police (RNP) concluded a twelve-week United Nations Pre-deployment peacekeeping training, on September 12, held at RNP headquarters in Kacyiru The course was undertaken in close collaboration between the Rwanda National Police and the United Nations peacekeeping support operations. The training was implemented under requirements set […]

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Interpol president hails Rwanda police’s contribution to crime reduction

The president of Interpol, Mireilla Ballestrazi has hailed the Rwanda National Police (RNP) for its efforts shown in fighting crimes in the country. She made the remarks while visiting the Rwanda police Headquarters in Kigali on April 15, 2014. Accompanied by the Secretary General of the international Police body, Ronald K. Noble the duo commended […]

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Regional Police forces to fight counterfeit products jointly

Police forces from seven regional countries are meeting in Kigali in a three-day session to lay joint strategies to fight illicit and smuggled products. The Interpol exercise codenamed ‘Operation Wipeout,” will be conducted in Rwanda, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia and Zambia. It will target excisable goods such as cigarettes, fuel and alcohol. Others include […]

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South Africa, Ethiopia Police Chiefs hail Rwanda National Police anti- gender initiatives

The Police chiefs of South Africa and Ethiopia forces hailed Rwandan Police force’s strategies put in place to fight gender- based violence throughout the country. The chiefs made the remarks while touring the force’s anti-gender violence medical wing – Isange One-Stop centre in Kigali on March 5, 2014. They commended the initiative as the best […]

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African Police forces agree to cooperate on security threats

The third International Association of Police Chiefs (IACP) Sub-Saharan Africa Executive Policing conference which came to climax in Kigali on March 4, 2014 resolved that law enforcement agencies cooperate to effectively combat security threats like cybercrime, money laundering, terrorism, human and drug trafficking, fraud and proliferation and firearms. The conference, which brought together over 200 […]

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Burundi, DRC, Uganda, Rwanda Police forces strengthen ties

Police forces from Neighbouring countries such as Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Burundi, Uganda and Rwanda have agreed to lay joint strategies to fight cross-border crimes and share policing best practices. This was agreed during a meeting held at the Rwanda National Police in Kigali on March 3, and brought together the Police Chiefs and […]

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The South Sudan Police Services (SSPS) has contributed $14000, to a group of Genocide survivors in Bugesera District organised through Amizero cooperative society. The financial assistance to aid the survivors finance their small income generating projects and education was delivered by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Stanley Nsabimana, on May 2, 2013 in a […]

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