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Police Releases List of Retiring 200 Senior, Junior Officers

The list contains three Senior Commissioners of Police –SCPs who include Dennis Odongpiny, who until last December was Chairman of Police Court. Other retiring SCPs include Benjamin Namanya and Samuel Ezati.
Col Jesse Kamunanwire -director HRM
Police’s Human Resource Management –HRM has released the list of 278 senior and junior police officers who will be officially retired from police force on Friday at Naguru police headquarters.

The list contains three Senior Commissioners of Police –SCPs who include Dennis Odongpiny, who until last December was Chairman of Police Court. Other retiring SCPs include Benjamin Namanya and Samuel Ezati.

Majority of the retiring officers have clocked 60 years and have served in police force for more than 25 years. Four Commissioners of Police –CPs who include Hillary Odoch, Wilson Ahimbisibwe, Fabian Amadia and Tumuhimbise Kato Paul.

Six Assistant Commissioners of Police – ACPs Dalidawa David, Aruk Richard Maruk, Baryayanga Jerome, Musoke Stephen, Ogallo David Kenneth Aliau and Kwesiga Wilfred will be discharged from the police on Wednesday.

“The following personnel who are expected to retired by end of this financial year 2019/2020 are invited to attend the official send-off ceremony scheduled to take place on 31st January, 2020 at police headquarters” reads Police’s Human Resource Management head Col Jesse Kamunanwire’s message.

Retiring Senior Superintendents of Police –SSPs include Wakwale Ahamad, Kamukugize Steven, Kamugisha Thomas, Yawe Joseph, Aboda John, Otim Chris Erick, Nyakaisiki Leone and Were Michael.

Eleven Superintendents of Police –SPs are also on the retiring list and these are Acida Simon, Erechu Charles, Okot David, Ntoore Patrick Kajoga, Ogingo Michael Ben, Salaam Wilson James, Wacha Albert, Ayazika Fred, Okia John and Ewan Patrick.

Commanders of various units have been instructed to inform the retiring police offices in their areas of jurisdiction. Even those retiring mid this year have all been invited for sensitization on how to handle their life outside police service.

“There will be workshop to sensitize and prepare the said officers on life after police service,” Col Kamunanwire added. There have been cases of officers who keep loitering at their former work stations even after retiring. This has been blamed to failure to plan for their retirement and some find themselves in begging situations.

Other retirees include 38 Assistant Superintendents of Police –ASPs, 34 Inspectors of Police –IPs, 41 Assistant Inspectors of Police –AIPs, 50 Sergeants –SGTs, 42 Corporals and 37 Police Constables.   

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