Police launch magazine celebrating women officers

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Police launch magazine celebrating women officers
SCP Anne Tusiime

In a significant stride towards recognizing and promoting female leadership within law enforcement, the Department of Gender and Women Affairs unveiled the inaugural edition of the Women Police Magazine.

The launch ceremony took place Wednesday at the Police's Logistics and Engineering Directorate Headquarters in Kampala.

Deputy Director, Human Resource Development, SCP Anne Tusiime, presided over the auspicious event, commending the dedicated efforts of the team behind the creation of the magazine.

SCP Tusiime underscored the importance of fostering a supportive environment among officers, emphasizing the need for gender effectiveness and sensitivity in daily duties to enhance service delivery.

"The launch of the Women Police Magazine signifies a monumental step towards recognizing and celebrating the invaluable contributions of female officers in law enforcement," Tusiime said.

"By fostering gender sensitivity and collaboration, we can ensure a more inclusive and effective police force, ultimately enhancing service delivery and community trust."

The Women Police Magazine serves as a testament to the rising tide of female leadership within the force, highlighting the achievements, challenges, and contributions of women in law enforcement.

Through insightful articles, interviews, and features, the magazine aims to inspire and empower female officers while fostering a culture of collaboration and inclusivity within the police community.

As the law enforcement landscape continues to evolve, initiatives like the Women Police Magazine play a pivotal role in driving positive change and advancing gender equality agendas.

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