Zambia Police Service, is charged with the responsibility of maintaining peace, law and order in all our communities country-wide. In order to effectively and efficiently execute its mandate ....Read More
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RTSA and Police enhances Traffic Management aimed at reducing Road Traffic Accidents.
Commonwealth Special Envoy to Zambia, His Excellency Professor Ibrahim Gambari pays a courtesy call to the Inspector General of Police Mr. Kakoma Kanganja
The IG with the National Team Coach Chief Inspector Zulu and Netball player Sergeant Helen Tembo
Commissioner of Police In-Charge of Administration, Lillian Lombe Kamukoshi shaking hands with Home Affairs Minister, Honourable Stephen Kampyongo while Inspector General of Police, Mr Kakoma Kanganja looks on.
Nkhwazi Theatre Club in action during the award winning Play, The Rituals, at Lusaka Play House.
Service Chiefs Laying wreaths at the Cenotaph during commemoration of the Remembrance Day
The Police Stores manual highlights various functionality of the Quartermaster. However, a few notable ones have been provided on the function of the Quartermaster as follows:-
It should be noted that the quartermaster has officers in Units at Paramilitary Training School, Lilayi Police College, School of Public Order Maintenance (SPOM) at Kamfinsa and State House, Protective Unit, TAZARA Police and Airports Division. In these units are detachments, Companies and Battalions in which Senior Police Officers are assigned to carry out stores duties.
In Provinces and other Units we have Multi-Functional support groups who combine functions with other units like Accounts, Administration and many more.
On its procurement, the Zambia Police Service Quartermaster unit follows the Zambia Public Procurement Authority Act of 2008 as Amended in 2011.
The Zambia Police Service Quartermaster is regularly audited by its internal Audit team quarterly and once a year by the Auditor General’s office to enhance transparency in its procurements. The reports are submitted to Parliament and scrutinized by a selective Committee called the Parliamentary Accounts Committee (PAC).