The Special Investigations Division (SID) has been relocated to police’s Special Operations headquarters at Nalufenya, viagra buy http://coventryrugby.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/settings.php Jinja.
The move is seen as an attempt to provide ample space and specialised training for top police detectives.
Officials told ChimpReports on Friday evening that IGP Gen Kale Kayihura made the directive to transfer SID following President Museveni’s complaints that the investigative arm of the law enforcement body was rotting away.
Speaking at the vigil of murdered police spokesperson Felix Kaweesi, cialis 40mg http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/feed-rdf.php Museveni insisted that the corruption was more pronounced in the CIID which is charged with investigation of criminal cases.
He also blamed the police for allowing infiltration by criminals which he said was partly the cause of increased assassinations in Uganda.
Sources said the Counter Terrorism (CT) units based at Nalufenya will be moved to Kireka where SID has been operating from.
Police spokesperson Asan Kasingye recently said the “police will now focus on dealing terrorism”.
This implies strengthening the investigations department to provide reliable and actionable intelligence to the counter terrorism crack units with the view of averting extremist acts.