Crime & Investigation

Kyambogo University Donates Crime Books To Police


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treatment sans-serif; font-size: small;”>“We have done this as part of our efforts to promote law and order because you cannot register progress without these aspects,” explained the university Vice Chancellor in charge of finance affairs Prof. Fabian Nabugomu on Thursday afternoon.

“Intelligence and security are disciplines of academic engagement yet the level and capacity of crime changes which calls for advanced learning on how to combat them.”

Nabugomu further noted that the institution had decided to empower the force in the era of increasing crime in the country.

Assistant Inspector General of Police Asuman Mugenyi, who represented Gen Kale Kayihiura, noted that such gestures are good as the force emphasizes community policing.

“In community policing we emphasize partnership which has a multiplier effect of peace and solving problems. You have helped us in our efforts to train human resource that’s competent and is able to match with international standards,” Mugenyi added.

He further noted that due to shift in crime from one area to another, the only solution to combat the vice is through being well equipped in terms of knowledge.

“The books will go a long way in training human resource not only in the forensics department but also in investigations which is the basic in police work,” Mugenyi added.

The books among others included those explaining about kidnaps, unsolved crimes, robberies, solving cyber crimes, torture and youth crimes.


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