The Inspector General announced the one month course while passing out 76 officers who have just concluded a 6-month Intermediate Command Course at the Bwebajja based command college.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kale Kayihura has sent all police directors for a one month training at the police Senior Command College Bwebajja.
The course, schedule for April 2017 is aimed at empowering directors at the rank of Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) with management and command-ability skills.
The Inspector General announced the course while passing out 76 officers who have just concluded a 6-month Intermediate Command Course at the Bwebajja based command college. Kayihura says all directors will be expected to take up the course.
"We are trying to fill the loophole in the training of junior and senior officers. We have been able to formulate courses for all levels of command and the directors are the next in line," Kayihura says.
The directors will be introduced to the executive commanders course given that most of them have already completed the intermediate and senior command courses abroad.
Unlike other trainees, the directors will be housed in GM hotel Bwebajja.