Law Development Centre
The Law Development Center (LDC) was established in 1970 by the Law Development Centre Act, as a government-owned institution of higher learning responsible for "research, law reform, publications, law reporting and community legal services". LDC is managed by the Management Committee which is responsible for policy formulation. The policies formulated by the Management Committee are implemented by the Director through various institutional departments.
Judicial Service Commission
The Commission recruits competent Judicial Officers and also carries out civic education targeting the entire public. In addition it researches into the justice system as well as supervises monitors and inspects justice dispensation in Uganda.
Directorate of Public Prosecutions
The Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) provides legal advice relating to the investigation and prosecution of criminal cases. It therefore coordinates and manages prosecution of criminal cases by examining criminal cases before they are registered in court and during prosecutions in court.
Directorate of Citizenship & Immigration Control (DCIC)
The services offered by the Directorate of citizenship and Immigration department can be summarized as issuance of the following;
• Ugandan Passports
• Special Passes
• Entry Permits (Work Permits)
• Dependants Passes
• Pupils Passes
• Certificates of Residence
• Granting of Citizenship
Plot 75 Jinja Road
P. O. Box 7165 / 7191
Kampala - Uganda
Telephone contact: + 256 414 595 945
Fax: +256 414 348 707
Centre for Arbitration & Dispute Resolution