This month’s edition highlights on the Ministry of Internal Affairs handover and takeover, response to allegations of torture through search and entry, COVID-19 second lock down (Guidelines and S.O.Ps), Cotton production, BUBU and sports while staying committed to the Service mandate and core values.
The Uganda Prisons Service joined other state agencies in welcoming the new ministers of Internal Affairs on the 23rd June 2021 during a scientific handover/takeover ceremony held at the Ministry headquarters.
Welcome to this edition of the Uganda Prisons Service Newsletter.
Millicent Namwembe’s strike in the 75th minute earned the She-Maroons Football Club a 1 – 0 victory over Rhines SS WFC in the FUFA Women Elite League final played on the 3rd June 2021 at FUFA technical center, Njeru.
The following candidates have been selected to join Uganda Prisons Service as recruit warders / wardresses. They should report to the Commandant PATS before Sunday 25/4/2021.
The list of requirements is attached.
Prisons Authority wishes to inform all Applicants who responded to the advertisement for Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Prisons under External Advert No.
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.