Security Beefed Up At CPS Over  Looming Threats Of Attack

Security Beefed Up At CPS Over  Looming Threats Of Attack an accessible web community

By Benson Tumusiime

Kampala, Uganda: Fear, tension and Panic gripped Central Police Station in Kampala on Thursday just a day after the Nairobi, Dusit Hotel Complex terrorist attack that left 21 people dead and over 30 injured.

ASP Ronald Watwali

According to the divisional police commander for CPS Kampala ASP Watwoli Ronald, the management at Central Police Station has beefed up security by putting strict security measures on individuals who normally access the station for various reasons. The Police boss at cps told our reporter that the strict measures are meant to  enhance security within and outside the building such that the unnecessary threats are quickly prevented. Among the new measures put in place include having all individuals who access the station leave their bags, weapons, knives, digital Cameras among others behind. Sources at central police station who preferred anonymity told our reporter that the management at central police station received information that some unknown people are planning to cause Inferno on the station. The source added that following the intelligence report, the CPS management team has new rules that have not been in place before.

Among them include, heavy deployment of both uniformed and non-uniformed personnel in and outside the building, creation of new intelligence sectors for easy spying , enhanced supervision of officers on duty, restrictions on parking of cars in and around the station among others. an accessible web community

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