Police Directors, Commissioners warned against late coming

Posted: 2021-03-03T07:54:52Z
Police Directors, Commissioners warned against late coming

Officers of the Uganda Police Force have been warned against reporting late for work and leaving earlier than stipulated time.


According to a document titled “Loose Minute” dated 1st March 2021, from the Chief of Joint Staff AIGP Brigadier Jack Bakasumba, copied to the IGP, DIGP& US/P, the police leadership has noted that some Directors, Commissioners, Unit Commanders & Staff Officers come late for duty and leave early.


“Others stay in office for about two hours only per day. This is unacceptable. You are once again reminded that working hours are from 0830 to 1700hrs from Monday to Friday” Bakasumba wrote.


Recently, the minister of foreign affairs also ordered all diplomats to return to work, following a reduction of COVID-19 cases that many had used to excuse themselves from offices.Police Directors, Commissioners warned against late coming


Officers of the Uganda Police Force have been warned against reporting late for work and leaving earlier than stipulated time.


According to a document titled “Loose Minute” dated 1st March 2021, from the Chief of Joint Staff AIGP Brigadier Jack Bakasumba, copied to the IGP, DIGP& US/P, the police leadership has noted that some Directors, Commissioners, Unit Commanders & Staff Officers come late for duty and leave early.


“Others stay in office for about two hours only per day. This is unacceptable. You are once again reminded that working hours are from 0830 to 1700hrs from Monday to Friday” Bakasumba wrote.


Recently, the minister of foreign affairs also ordered all diplomats to return to work, following a reduction of COVID-19 cases that many had used to excuse themselves from offices.