HUMAN TRAFFIKING; Police Force Starts Strict training program on Anti-Human Trafficking/SGBV and surveillance issue related to trafficking and smuggling


By The Reporters News

A group of 26 police officers have commenced a 10-day training program on Anti-Human Trafficking/SGBV and the management of issues related to surveillance in trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants.

The training is being conducted at the Maria Floor Hotel in Masaka City, with the primary objective to bolster the capacity of the Uganda Police Force to effectively respond to cases of Trafficking In Persons and Sexual and Gender-Based Violence.

The training is organized by Directorate of Human Resource Development and Training in partnership with Sentinel Foundation from the United States of America and Okoa Refugee.

While officially opening the training, the RPC Greater Masaka, SSP Wandela Jamada encouraged participants to take it seriously, emphasizing the importance of sharing the skills they gain with the Uganda Police Force and the public.

Dr. Kayongo Aisha, who represented the Director HRD, reiterated the Police’s commitment to regularly upskill its officers through continuous training and refresher courses.


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