Internal Affairs

Functions :: Structure :: Projects and Programs :: Publications and Documents :: Contacts
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H.E. Gier Chuang Aluong
Minister

 

Minister's Profile:

H.E. Major General Gier Chuang Aluong previously served as the Minister for Telecommunications and Postal Services since 2005 to June 2009 when he moved to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the same capacity.

 

Functions:

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs performs the following functions and duties:

 

  1. Ensure and maintain Southern Sudan domestic and border security;
  2. Coordinate the duties and actions of the Southern Sudan police, prison and civil defense services;
  3. Prepare and implement enabling legislation for the operation of the police, prison and civil defense services;
  4. Set common minimum standards for the recruitment, operation and equipment of the police and civil defense services throughout Southern Sudan;
  5. Develop and oversee the implementation of strategic policies and action plans for the three internal services of Southern Sudan;
  6. Develop strategic policies to combat, prevent, investigate and detect crime and to maintain law and order;
  7. Formulate policy for training the Southern Sudan police, prison and civil defense services and set standards and curriculum for their training;
  8. Liaise with regional and international police organizations on the prevention and investigation of crimes of piracy, terrorism, human trafficking, arms proliferation, narcotics, money laundering and cyber crime;
  9. Registration and control of the movement of foreign refugees and Sudanese internally displaced persons;
  10. Coordinate and monitor the activities of all international agencies dealing with refugees and IDPs;
  11. Regulate the issuance of travel permits by Sudan embassies for aliens with proven contracts in Southern Sudan;
  12. Issue fire-arms licenses;
  13. Regulate, license and supervise the operation of private security firms in Southern Sudan;
  14. Develop programmes to address juvenile crimes and establish centres to accommodate juvenile criminals;
  15. Establish and maintain a database on crime statistics and other related information;
  16. Issue vehicle log-books and driving licenses; and
  17.  Coordinate with other government agencies to effectively respond to man-made and natural disasters.

 

Structure:

 

The ministry is composed of the following departments:

 

  1. Police
  2. Prison
  3. Fire Brigade 

 

 

Projects and Programs: 

 

  1. Police capacity building projects and programmes

 

Publications and Documents:

 

 

The ministry prints and publishes the following:

 

  1. Annual Reports
  2. Strategic Plans
  3. Vacancy Announcements

 

 

Contacts:

 

Ministry of Internal Affairs Headquarters, Juba - Southern Sudan

Peter Wal Athieu

Undersecretary

pmadol@yahoo.com

+249-121-669-710 / +256-477-103-368

 

Mabior Akol de Mabior

Office Manager

moia_2009@yahoo.com

 

+249 911 059 837 / +249 122 944 433 / +256 477 259 988

 

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Functions :: Structure :: Projects and Programs :: Publications and Documents :: Contacts

 

 

 

This article was updated on Jun 24, 2010