Following the advertisement that ran in the media in August 2020 and interviews which were conducted at the Prisons Regional Headquarters on 8th February, 2021 to 12th Fbruary, 2021, the following candidates have been selected to join the Uganda Prisons Service as Recruit Warders / Wardresses.
The Commissioner General of Prisons, Can. Dr. Johnson Byabashaija this morning launched the COVID-19 vaccination exercise in the Prisons Service in an event held at the Prisons Headquarters, Kampala.
Following the interviews for the recruitment of Warders and Wardresses into the Uganda Prisons Service conducted from 8th to 12th February, 2021 at the Regional Centres, the candidates (list attached) are invited for the medical examination due to take place on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th March, 2021 at our Regional Medical centres indicated on the attached list.
8th February 2021
SERVICE ORDERS PART II
1. Mr. Stephen Lugonda, ACP, Prisons Headquarters is appointed Ag. Commissioner of Prisons, Human Resource Planning and Development.
2. Mr. Fred Kajubi Kayongo, ACP, Regional Prisons Commander Mid-Central is transferred to Prisons Headquarters in the Directorate of Human Resource Management for duty. He hands over the Region to Mr. Godfrey Obbo, SSP, DPC Mityana, who is now appointed Regional Prisons Commander, Mid-Central Region.
Following an advert for recruitment of warders/wardresses in Uganda Prisons Service which appeared in the Monitor Newspaper of 7th August 2020 and New Vision of 10th August 2020 and subsequent applications by prospective candidates, interviews for the shortlisted candidates which were postponed on 13th November 2020, will be
The Commissioner General of Prisons, Can. Dr. Johnson Byabashaija on Tuesday 13th January 2021 commissioned the Staff Spouses Bakery at Luzira Prisons Complex barracks.
The Uganda Prisons Service would like to clarify on an online story circulating on social media regarding the death of a one Serunkuma John Bosco killed in Kitalya Mini Max Prison.
The Annual Prisons Industries’ performance report - 2019/2020. It has been another year of achievements amidst challenges. Despite the effects of Covid-19 for almost half the financial year, the department reports a better performance in the FY2019/2020 as compared to FY 2018/2019.
The Uganda Prisons Service with support from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on Monday 16 November, 2020 were hosted to a workshop at Imperial Royale Hotel on the developed Training Modules on Preventing and Countering Violent extremism (PCVE) in Prisons.
The Commissioner General of Prisons, informs all persons who had applied for the post of recruit warders and wardresses and were scheduled to undergo interviews between 16th and 21 Nov 2020, that the interviews have been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. Another date for the interviews will be communicated later.
All inconveniences caused are highly regretted.
D. A. Ahimbisibwe
For: COMMISSIONER GENERAL OF PRISONS