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DIGP Namuhoranye challenges Police officers on professionalism ahead of MINUSCA deployment

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Operations, Felix Namuhoranye has challenged Police officers set to be deployed for peacekeeping operations in Central African Republic (CAR) to be defined by discipline and professionalism.The Protection Support Unit-Five (PSU-5) contingent of 140 Police officers under the command of Senior…

DIGP Namuhoranye challenges Police officers on professionalism ahead of MINUSCA deployment DIGP Namuhoranye challenges Police officers on professionalism ahead of MINUSCA deployment

Partnership with Military Component Moves Ahead Steadily

At a joint press conference he held in the early hours of today (Wednesday) he held with the President of the Sovereign Council, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk,  pointed out that the Sudanese model, which is based on the solid partnership between the military and…

Partnership with Military Component Moves Ahead Steadily Partnership with Military Component Moves Ahead Steadily

RNP MEDIA WEEKLY REVIEW

The call was made during a meeting between RNP and owners and representatives of driving schools operating in the country. There are 41 registered driving schools across the country organized under their umbrella association ANPAER.

RNP MEDIA WEEKLY REVIEW RNP MEDIA WEEKLY REVIEW
thumbnail DIGP Namuhoranye challenges Police officers on professionalism ahead of MINUSCA deployment

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Operations, Felix Namuhoranye has challenged Police officers set to be deployed for peacekeeping operations in Central African Republic (CAR) to be defined by discipline and professionalism.The Protection Support Unit-Five (PSU-5) contingent of 140 Police officers under the command of Senior…

thumbnail Partnership with Military Component Moves Ahead Steadily

At a joint press conference he held in the early hours of today (Wednesday) he held with the President of the Sovereign Council, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Fattah Al-Burhan, the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk,  pointed out that the Sudanese model, which is based on the solid partnership between the military and…

thumbnail RNP MEDIA WEEKLY REVIEW

The call was made during a meeting between RNP and owners and representatives of driving schools operating in the country. There are 41 registered driving schools across the country organized under their umbrella association ANPAER.

Objectives of the General Directorate for Traffic

The objectives of the General Directorate for Traffic are the following:

  • To monitor the development of traffic systems in the world, transfer the scientific experiences in this area and applying these on traffic system in Sudan.
  • Unification of laws, regulations and systems that governs the traffic operations and its criminal, investigative and office works.
  • Streamline training curricula on traffic operations and strive to develop a unified curriculum for all the traffic subjects besides the development of central training programmes for traffic police force.
  • Development of strong relations with official and popular identities that are specialized in the traffic areas both locally and abroad.
  • Development of national traffic awareness programmes that aim at raising the awareness of the citizens on the traffic threats.
  • Attend to the engineering areas of the traffic works and strive to provide technical inputs that will assist the traffic force in carrying out its duties.
  • Focus on scientific research on traffic and encouraging this. Establish a central information chamber that contains all the information on traffic system in Sudan. This room will support the development of solutions and necessary adjustments to address all traffic problems.
  • Planning for traffic system in Sudan and preparations of scientific proposals based on forecasts for organizing traffic in future.
  • Carry out traffic organization inside cities and along highways.
  • Undertake investigations on traffic accidents.
  • Carry out licensing, registration and annual renewal of licenses for vehicles.
  • Expansion of automated inspection and monitoring its performance.
  • Issuing driving licenses, keeping records for these and the development of driving schools.
  • Establishment and keeping a central record for all criminal and administrative works of traffic as well as for registration, licensing and driving licenses.

The above mentioned ministerial decree stipulated the responsibilities of the director of the General Directorate for Traffic and that of all its administrations as follows:

  • Finance and Administrative Affairs (financial, administrative and supplies)
  • States Traffic (traffic within cities, highway traffic, licensing)
  • Research, Planning and Statistics Administration (planning, statistics and research)
  • Traffic Engineering Administration (traffic engineering, technical affairs)
  • Traffic Awareness and Training (training and curricula, information and moral guidance, traffic awareness)

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