Who is the Head of state house Anti-corruption unit?
|Colonel Edith Nakalema|
|Years active||2000 to present|
|Title||Head of the Uganda State House Anti-Corruption Unit|
|Spouse(s)||Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Asizua|
What is the Anti-Corruption Unit?
The purpose of the Anti-Corruption Unit is to support that commitment by ensuring that the police officers and staff who serve our community on a daily basis reflect these values of honesty and integrity.
What are the functions of Supreme Court in Uganda?
It entertains appeals from the Court of Appeal / Constitutional Court of Uganda; but it has unlimited civil and criminal jurisdiction (meaning it can handle any civil matter of any subject matter and can handle any criminal case of any sentence as long as is an appeal from the Court of Appeal).
Where is the High Court of Uganda located?
The High Court of Uganda is located at Plot 2, the Square Kampala and it is the third court of record in order of hierarchy and has unlimited original jurisdiction, which means that it can try any case of any value or crime of any magnitude. Appeals from all Magistrates Courts go to the High Court.
How can I report corruption?
You do not have to give your name when reporting fraud or corruption using:
- National Ant-Corruption Hotline: 0800 701 701 (toll free number)
- Fax: 0800 204 965 (toll free number)
- Post: P.O Box 582, Umhlanga Rocks 4320.
- Online form.
How can I report corruption anonymously?
In the Free State you can call 0800 535 554 toll free. In Gauteng you can call 0800 203 886 toll free.
What do anti-corruption do?
Anti-corruption collective action is a form of collective action with the aim of combatting corruption and bribery risks in public procurement. It is a collaborative anti-corruption activity that brings together representatives of the private sector, public sector and civil society.
What gets strict scrutiny?
Strict scrutiny will often be invoked in an equal protection claim. For a court to apply strict scrutiny, the legislature must either have passed a law that infringes upon a fundamental right or involves a suspect classification. Suspect classifications include race, national origin, religion, and alienage.
What is the lowest court in Uganda?
Magistrates Courts Magistrate’s Courts are the lowest subordinate courts whose decisions are subject to review by the High Court. There are three levels of Magistrates courts: Chief Magistrates, Magistrates Grade I and Magistrates Grade II. These courts handle the bulk of cases in Uganda.
Is corruption a criminal offence?
An individual may incur criminal liability for corruption as follows: Those directly involved: An individual who is directly involved in committing a corruption offence may be liable for the offence. For example, an individual who personally pays or receives a bribe.
Where do I report a corrupt company?
To make a complaint (or to request a review of how your complaint was handled) please complete a document complaint form (124 KB) and email it to [email protected] You may ask to speak directly with a member of staff who will be able to talk you through the process.
What are the five consequences of corruption?
However, just as elsewhere in the world, the negative effects of corruption are the same; it reduces foreign direct and domestic investments, increases inequality and poverty, raises the number of freeloaders (renters, free-riders) in the economy, distorts and exploits public investments and reduces public revenues.
Where can I report corruption?
National Ant-Corruption Hotline: 0800 701 701 (toll free number) Fax: 0800 204 965 (toll free number) Post: P.O Box 582, Umhlanga Rocks 4320.
What should you do if you suspect corruption?
Write down your concerns immediately. Make a note of all relevant details, such as what was said in phone or other conversations, the date, the time and the names of anyone involved. Report the matter immediately to your line manager or the Chief Internal Auditor.
What 3 types of cases are usually are heard by the Supreme Court?
More specifically, federal courts hear criminal, civil, and bankruptcy cases.