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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.

Establishment and development

At the beginning, the efforts to combat drugs were provided by the general police with no pre-set plans. This continued till the establishment of the Drugs Combating Branch in 1982 as part of the Field Branch of the Central Investigations Directorate.
In 19/7/1990 and as a response to a recommendation by the United Nations Committee for Drug Combating, the General Director of Police Forces issued the Decree No. 154 which led to the establishment of a separate directorate for drugs combating.
In early November 2003 the Ministerial Decree No. 164/2003 was issued. This ordered for upgrading it to be a General Directorate under the name of General Directorate for Drug Combating. The Drug Combating Administration of Khartoum State as is part of its structure.
The Drug Combating Administration – Khartoum State, is determined to fight against drugs which are the top listed enemy of the society. The drugs have become one of the most important current problems in the whole world. It is the vicious enemy that attacks minds before bodies and takes away religion before life.
The administration is tasked with drug combating operations at Khartoum State. It has a number of branched spread throughout Khartoum State and includes four branches as part of its administrative structure:

  • Khartoum Area Branch.
  • Omdurman Area Branch.
  • Bahri Area Branch.
  • State Operations Branch.

Tasks and responsibilities

  • Combating and detecting the promotion and taking of drugs and substances affecting mental ability as well as all types of illegal dealing in these.
  • Combating and detecting crimes of smuggling and crossing of drugs and substances affecting mental ability in coordination with relevant authorities locally and at the State level.
  • Undertaking investigation on important cases of drugs and substances affecting mental ability.
  • Develop, in coordination with concerned local bodies, strategies for combating drugs
  • Organize studies and research on the impact of substances affecting mental ability and means of combating these.

Participations

  • Participation in local conferences and forums on drugs combating.
  • Development of awareness programs on negative effects of drugs and presenting these through media in coordination with the National Committee for Drugs Combating and concerned non-government organizations.
  • Continued improvement of performance and development of performance in the area of drugs combating through training, proper planning and the use of the latest techniques and technology.

Strategy of Drug Combating Administration

  • Combating and detection of promotion, drugs use and substances affecting mental ability as well as all types of illegal dealing in these.
  • Raising awareness and education on the negative effects of drugs with the aim of preventing new persons from entry into the demand circle for the drugs.
  • Follow up treatment and rehabilitation of addicted persons with the objective of taking them out of the drug demand circle.
  • Detection of traders in and smuggler of drug and closing out possible local means and ways of entry of drugs to Khartoum State.

 


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