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He said this will not only scare away terrorists but also ease in security monitoring process of individuals.
Sorowen was speaking Monday during the commencement of the two-months training exercise where 20 cops other officials from the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) will be equipped with techniques on curbing terrorism in the country.
On creating awareness in schools, Sorowen said “all heads of schools should always sensitize the children on what terrorism is in order for them to be able to fight terrorism activities.”
He has also warned all Ugandans “not to tamper with any abandoned item since it may be a bomb.”
Sorowen advised: “In case of any bomb blast all people should keep 100 meters away from the blast to avoid further injuries and to enable Police to gather all the necessary details which police can use as evidence in court to pin terrorists.”
He credited Red Cross for providing free treatment to all causalities and urged all urban councils to acquire more ambulances to be on standby.
Sorowen assured the public that ever since July 2010 bomb attacks in which scores died at the hands of Al Shabaab extremists, Police were working 24/7 to fight all terrorist activities in the country.