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Police won Gold medals in Volley ball, handball, darts, netball, athletics and bronze in football and handball.
These were put on display when Andrew Sorowen, the Director of Special Duties, was addressing journalists at the National Council of Sports on Tuesday.
He thanked players for the good performance, adding his boss Lt Gen Kale Kayihura has come out to support sports thus facilitating all the sports teams with the necessary equipment and room for promotion to those who excel in their respective fields.
“The competition was very stiff but the best prepared team came out the best, so Police was the best,” said Sorowen.
Sorowen urged the press to join Police in community policing to ensure that peace prevails in all parts of the country.
He added that Uganda Police will soon host the East African Police Chiefs Cooperation Organizations’ games (EAPCCO). EAPCCO is an umbrella body that brings together 12 Inspectors General of Police in the East African region
Uganda Peoples’ Defense Forces (UPDF) had dominated these games for over ten (10) years until this year.
The participants included; Uganda Peoples’ Defense Forces (UPDF), Uganda Police Force (UPF), Uganda Prisons Service (UPS) and Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).
The 10th Edition of the Inter Forces Games was held under the theme: Greatness and Mutual Support for Sustained National Security.