Kampala city has been sub-divided into 32 security zones, ahead of the commonwealth heads of government meeting (CHOGM), due in November.
Police spokesperson, Asan Kasingye, says the security zones are aimed at securing the city from criminals.
Kasingye says that the security zones will ease police monitoring and surveillance activities.
He says the city will be patrolled by a joint security force comprised of the police, the Chieftainancy of Military Intelligence, Military Police, the Joint Anti Terrorism Squad and the Police Anti-Terrorism Unit.
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Kasingye says these zones would be patrolled by both uniformed and un-uniformed officers who will work in a 12-hour shift.