Crime & Investigation

Police Deny Imbalanced Recruitment Exercise

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there geneva;”>Below is the law enforcement body’s statement issued Friday

The Uganda Police recruitment of 700 cadets and 4500 Probationer Police Constables was conducted and supervised by the Police Authority who in addition contracted an International Human resource Consultancy firm called M/s MORRIS AND Mc DANIEL Consultancy firm.

The recruitment exercise was conducted based on international best practices and the recruitment teams were spread to all regional and district centers where candidates were recommended by the local authorities on the ground.

All districts were allocated quotas based on the National population census figures of 2002.

The police Authority scrutinized and approved the list of successful cadets while the police council approved the list of successful probation police constables.

The successful candidates are; Ugandan Nationals between the age of 18-25, Professionals that included Engineers, Doctors, Lawyers, IT experts; non-Professionals who must be medically fit.

The shortlisted candidates are expected to report to Police Training School, Kabalye Masindi the week beginning 22nd to 29th April 2014, and will be subjected to further verification of their academic documents and medical checks due to the nature of the training.

This is to therefore inform and appeal to all those who claim the recruitment was partial and imbalanced that the selection process was very transparent and professionally conducted.

Fred Enanga

Police Spokesperson

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