The Efficiency Of Uganda Police In Handling Criminal Related Complaints In Uganda (A Case Study Cid Headquarters Pts Kibull)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DI,CLARATION ........................................................................................................................ i

APPROVAL ............................................................................................................................... ii

DEDICATION .......................................................................................................................... iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ....................................................................................................... iv

l,IST OF ACRONYMS ............................................................................................................. v

NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS ................................................................................................ vi

LIST OF INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS .................................................................. vii

LIST OF CASES .......................................................................... , ............................................ ix

TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................ xii

CHAPTER ONE ........................................................................................................................ !

1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................... I

1.2 Here are some of the key differences between a criminal case and a civil case: ................. 3

1.2.1 Detinitions ..................................................................................................................... 'i

1.3 Statement oCthe Problem .................................................................................................. 8

1.4 Research Questions ........................................................................................................... 9

1.5 Objectives of the research ............................................................................................... I 0

1.6 Speci fie Objectives ......................................................................................................... I 0

1.7 Justification of the study ................................................................................................. 10

1.8 Research Methodology .................................................................................................... I I

1.9 Structure of the study ...................................................................................................... II

1.10 Limitation of the study .................................................................................................. II

CHAPTER TWO ..................................................................................................................... l2

LITERATURE REVIEW ....................................................................................................... 12

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2.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... I 2

2.1 Background ..................................................................................................................... 12

2.2 Related Literature to complaints handling in the Police Force ......................................... I 3

2.3 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................... 20

CHAPTER THREE ................................................................................................................. 22

ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS ON RIGHTS OF SUSPECTS

AND DETAINESS TO LIBERTY, FREEDOM FROM TORTURE, IN HUMAN AND

DEGRADING PUNISHMENT AND FREEDOM FROM PUBLIC EXPOSURE WHEN

HANDLING COMPLAINTS AGAINST THEM ................................................................. 22

3.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 22

3.1 Right to Liberty ............................................................................................................... 23

3.2 Freedom from Torture ..................................................................................................... 2·1

3.3 Police Cells ..................................................................................................................... 26

3.4 Medical Conditions ......................................................................................................... 28

3.5 Food ............................................................................................................................... 29

3.6 Criminal Investigation in General .................................................................................... 30

3.6.1 The law Applicable ...................................................................................................... 30

3.6.2 The commencement of investigations ........................................................................... 3 I

3.6.3 The conduct of investigation ........................................................................................ 3 I

3.6.4 Types ofC!·iminal Investigations by the Police ............................................................. 32

3.6.5 Police Interrogation ...................................................................................................... 33

3.6.6 Statement of witness .................................................................................................... 34

3.6.7 Chain of evidence ........................................................................................................ 34

3.6.8 Government Chemists Report ....................................................................................... 35

3.6.9 Admissibility of Reports by Government Experts ......................................................... 35

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3.6.10 Identification Parades ................................................................................................. 35

3.6.11 Conclusion ................................................................................................................. 36

CHAPTER I

CHALLENGES IN UGANDA POLICE WHEN HANDLING CRIMINAL RELATED

COMPLAINTS ........................................................................................................................ 37

4.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 37

4.1 Legal challenges ............................................................................................................. 37

4.2 Political Hindrances ........................................................................................................ 39

4.3 Society Mis-appreciation of police complaints Handling Principles ................................. 39

4.4 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................... 39

CHAPTER FIVE ..................................................................................................................... 41

SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION ..................................... .41

5.0 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 41

5.1 Summary of Key Findings .............................................................................................. 43

5.2. I Prolessionalizing the investigating depmtment of the police ......................................... 44

5.2.2 Right to bond should be respected ................................................................................ 44

5.3 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................... 44

5.4 Recommendations ........................................................................................................... 45

BIBLIOGRAPHY .................................................................................................................... 46

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Research, S. (2022). The Efficiency Of Uganda Police In Handling Criminal Related Complaints In Uganda (A Case Study Cid Headquarters Pts Kibull). Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/the-efficiency-of-uganda-police-in-handling-criminal-related-complaints-in-uganda-a-case-study-cid-headquarters-pts-kibull

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Research, SSA "The Efficiency Of Uganda Police In Handling Criminal Related Complaints In Uganda (A Case Study Cid Headquarters Pts Kibull)" Afribary. Afribary, 30 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/the-efficiency-of-uganda-police-in-handling-criminal-related-complaints-in-uganda-a-case-study-cid-headquarters-pts-kibull. Accessed 16 Jun. 2024.

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Research, SSA . "The Efficiency Of Uganda Police In Handling Criminal Related Complaints In Uganda (A Case Study Cid Headquarters Pts Kibull)". Afribary, Afribary, 30 Aug. 2022. Web. 16 Jun. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/the-efficiency-of-uganda-police-in-handling-criminal-related-complaints-in-uganda-a-case-study-cid-headquarters-pts-kibull >.

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Research, SSA . "The Efficiency Of Uganda Police In Handling Criminal Related Complaints In Uganda (A Case Study Cid Headquarters Pts Kibull)" Afribary (2022). Accessed June 16, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/the-efficiency-of-uganda-police-in-handling-criminal-related-complaints-in-uganda-a-case-study-cid-headquarters-pts-kibull

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