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30 Officers Undergo Transnational Organized Crime Training

Uganda Police officers who participated in the transnational organized crime training Uganda Police officers who participated in the transnational organized crime training

 

30 detectives attached to the Department of Anti-Narcotics are being empowered with skills to curb Transnational Organised Crime specifically in relation to the movement of narcotics across different countries and continents.

The training will focus closely on passenger profiling, identification of high risk travelers as well as phone mining and analysis.

While launching the four-day training this morning, Director Human Resource Administration, AIGP Hajji Balimoyo Moses who represented the Inspector General of Police (IGP) at Protea Hotel in Entebbe revealed that the training is being facilitated by the European Police [EURO-COP] under the European Africa response to Transnational Organized Crimes [EU-ACT] Project.

In his speech, the IGP J.M Okoth Ochola noted that the Uganda Police Force is privileged to be offered this training by the European Union.

He thanked the trainers for the offer extended to the Uganda Police Force and the anti-narcotics department in particular on skills enhancement in the fight against narcotics in Uganda and on the international scene.

 

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Published: April 2, 2019