JLOS offers day-to-day justice needs for ordinary Ugandans

Mr Kuhimbisa is the information, communications and technology officer at the Justice, Law and Order Sector Secretariat.

What you need to know:

Call for support. The JLOS should also be supported to empower traditional/informal justice systems with the means to decongest State (formal) institutions.

The Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) has been at the forefront of reforming Uganda’s justice system since its inception in 1999. Nineteen years on, the achievements, milestones and success stories are visible, challenges notwithstanding. From reforms in commercial justice to the good legislative and policy environment, unprecedented infrastructure development (construction of numerous justice centres across the country) to award-winning innovations and initiatives (small claims procedures, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, sentencing guidelines, plea bargaining, etc,) – the sector is on course in its bid to create a pro-people justice system in Uganda.


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