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Officers pose for a photo at Naguru police Headquarters after their return from United Nations Peace Keeping Mission in South Sudan. Courtesy photo

Uganda Police contingent Returns after Peace Keeping Mission in South Sudan

AIGP Grace Turyagumanawe, Director Peace Support Operations in Uganda Police Force, while addressing the officers at Police Headquarters Naguru, urged them to keep discipline and use the international policing experience and exposure they got from the Mission to improve policing in their country.
posted onSeptember 12, 2018
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By Kampala Post Reporter

KAMPALA. A contingent of 23  Uganda Police Officers on Tuesday returned home after a one year tour of duty at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

AIGP Grace Turyagumanawe, Director Peace Support Operations in Uganda Police Force, while addressing the officers at Police Headquarters Naguru, urged them to keep discipline and use the international policing experience and exposure they got from the Mission to improve policing in their country.

“I urge you to be very alert and protect Ugandans exhibiting the professionalism and experience acquired in the mission, focusing on discipline, smartness and your health,” he said.

Detective Sergeant Engarah Patrick was awarded best parade commander.

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