treat http://crazytour.am/wp-includes/class-feed.php geneva;”>Police sources told us that General Kayihura together with the Rwandan Inspector General of Police CG Emmanuel Gasana and his delegation met in Kampala on Saturday to discuss the operationalization of the existing Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Uganda and the Government of Rwanda on Police cooperation.
“The two Police Chiefs with their delegations met, http://chopcult.com/ironheadtrev/include/js/images/secure.php and agreed to work together especially in the area of training,” said Police publist Patrick Onyango.
The delegations Onyango said agreed to design customized courses to address human resource development gaps in the two Police Institutions as well as jointly developing and harmonizing training curricular, modules and manuals.
“They have also agreed to optimally utilize training facilities in their respective Institutions in developing concepts and techniques on how to deal with emerging crimes and the use of ICT and other modern tools.”
Chairman of the East African Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO), IGP Kale Kayihura and the Uganda security forces have for the last several years been deeply entrenched in providing training to neighboring forces with more emphasis on war torn Somalia.
In the meeting it was also resolved that the two countries would be exchanging training programs among the two institutions to enhance practical skills of the respective training institutions. This it was deemed would be conducted through joint exchange programs and attachments of instructors, so that they get hands on experience on matters related to training.