The Principal Judge, His Lordship Yorokamu Bamwine introduced the plea bargaining training to prisoners at Upper Maximum prison yesterday 2 May, 2018.
The Commissioner General of Prisons, Can. Dr. Johnson Byabashaija rewarded prisons staff who represented Uganda at the Common wealth games in Australia at the Prisons headquarters boardroom.
They were rewarded with promotions various ranks and tokens of appreciation. Six staff were in the netball team, she cranes while two represented the country in atheletics.
The man hunt for the two prisoners who escaped from Masaka Chief Magistrates Court ends. This follows the disabling and capture of Musa Galiwango the last remaining fugitives this morning at 2.00am in kigalama village, kajala sub county Ntungamo district by the Police flying squad.
The 11th Annual General Meeting of the Prisons SACCO under the theme “Sustaining growth through members’ economic participation” was held on 22 -23 march, 2018 at the Prisons Academy and Training School luzira.
The Deputy Chief Justice, Hon. Justice Alfonse Chigamoy Owiny Dollo, on March 22, 2018 presided over the first Bachelor of Law graduation ceremony at Luzira Upper Prison. He described the event as a ground-breaking occasion that will inspire other prisoners.
The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Internal Affairs Dr. Ben Mutambi Mugisha this week 12 – 15 March, 2018 commissioned newly built prisons and prison wards in UG Prison Nebbi, UG Prison Farm Ragem and UG Prison Adjumani in west nile region.
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13th March 2018
SERVICE ORDERS PART II
1. Mr. John Bosco Tumwebaze, CP, Commandant, Prisons Academy and Training School is appointed Regional Prisons Commander, Kampala Extra Region. He takes over from Mr. Wilson Magomu, CP, who is the Commissioner, Prisons Industries and Head of Counter Terrorism, Prisons Headquarters.
Stanbic Bank Uganda has offered sponsorship to Maroons FC to a tune of 50,000,000 shillings. This was disclosed at a meeting with the Club Patron, the Commissioner General of Prisons, Can.Dr. Johnson Byabashaija at the Prisons Headquarters where a cheque worth 35,000,000 shillings was delivered.
The Uganda Prisons Service has received support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS, STI and TB services to prisoners and staff of the Prisons Service. The project that spans the period 1st April, 2015 to 31stMarch, 2020 is being implemented by the Department of Prisons Health Services.