Thursday, August 22, 2019
PAC to Discuss The Fate Of 5000 Probation Police Constables

The Police Advisory Committee (PAC) is scheduled to meet later today to discuss the fate of the recently recruited 5000 Probation Police Constables (PPCs) and Learner Assistant Inspectors of Police (AIPs). 



The recruits were selected from various parts by 25 teams that were vetted by the Inspector General of Police, Martin Ochola Ochola.   

The 26th team pitched camp at the Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) at Kibuli, in Kampala to purposely recruit 500 Learner AIPs. 

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says all the 26 teams have already presented documents of the recruits, which have been scrutinized in collaboration with Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB).   

Enanga says the final scrutiny and decision on when the recruits will start their 12 months training will be made during the PAC meeting chaired by the IGP.

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