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GIS Map Locations of JLOS Institutions

JLOS has implemented a GIS Project that provides technology driven mapping of JLOS infrastructure in Uganda (Image: JLOS Media/GIS Project) JLOS has implemented a GIS Project that provides technology driven mapping of JLOS infrastructure in Uganda (Image: JLOS Media/GIS Project)

 

To enhance service delivery, the sector has focused attention on ensuring the existence of a complete chain of justice country wide. In 2009, data was collected on the physical mapping of JLOS presence but due to various changes in administrative units coupled with new investments; this data has not been updated.

To facilitate this process, the sector is producing updated mapping of the sector institutions in both hard and soft form using a Geographic Information System (GIS) offering robust capabilities to store, analyze, display, query and document geographical information relating to JLOS presence country wide. This computerized information system based on geo-referenced data enables spatial analyses and allows for map-based reporting.

Geo-Information Communication (GIC) Limited was contracted to collect country-wide geo data on JLOS infrastructure and also develop and deploy a Geographical Information System (GIS) to manage this data. This project is in the implementation phase. Below are the map locations currently available for viewing.

 

NOW AVAILABLE:

Map Locations: Courts

Map Locations: DPP Stations

Map Locations: Police Stations and Posts

Map Locations: Prisons

Map Locations: Remand Homes

Map Locations: Immigration Boarder Posts

Map Locations: Ministry of Internal Affairs Offices

 

NOTE: Maps may take long to load in your browser depending on your Internet speed. Re-use of maps displayed on this website in other platforms and publications is permitted subject to acknowledgment of the Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS Uganda) as the source.

Content displayed in the maps may not reflect the most recent infrastructure developed and commissioned by the Justice, Law and Order Sector. However, updates to the GIS database are underway and will shortly be reflected on this site. This includes other JLOS institutions whose map locations of infrastructure haven't been published yet.

 

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