Tanzania’s police chief, Simon Sirro, on Friday announced the reorganization of the police force in a move aimed at making it more vibrant in fighting crime.
Inspector General of Police Sirro announced the reorganization of the east African nation’s police force followed President John Magufuli’s appointment of new police commissioners.
Magufuli appointed Charles Mkumbo head of the intelligence commission and Liberatus Sabas head of operations and training commission, Sirro said.
The president also appointed Leonard Lwabuzala to head the finance and logistics commission, Sirro told a news conference in the commercial capital, Dar es Salaam.
Other appointments included Benedicto Wakulyamba as head of administration and human resources commission and Shaaban Mlai as head of the scientific research commission.
At the same time, Sirro appointed James Mushi commandant of the Police Academy in Kilimanjaro region. Before his new appointment Mushi was Ruvuma regional police commander.
Sirro also named a number of new regional police commanders. Enditem