On March 12, 2020 students from United States of America paid a visit to Mageragere TIG Camp located in Mageragere Sector, Nyarugenge District, in learning about how TIG is paving a way for reconciliation and development of Rwanda after Genocide against Tutsi in 1994.
In two-days training at Ngoma Prison from 29th to 30th July 2020, the Foundation Dignity in Detention (DIDE) which supports and fight for prisoners’ rights and well-being urged that mental health and social wellbeing of women inmates are key factors to help them reintegrate into society.
Rwanda Correctional Service wishes to inform the general public that SSP Pelly UWERA GAKWAYA was appointed as RCS Spokesperson (0788513996/0733513228).
Nelson Mandela Day is an annual International day in honor of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year 18 July, Mandela’s birthday.
Sometimes people are curious about everyday life of children living with their mothers in prison. In fact, it is inevitable for children to live in prisons, for they still need the attention of their mothers. There are two circumstances that make children live with their mothers in prison: Female prisoners who either get sentenced while […]
On 05th October 2020, RCS launched a 4 Months correctional training at Rwamagana Training School. The training will be offered to Junior Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers.
The World has been confronted with the effects of a changing climate from so long ago till now. In recent months, Rwanda faced with floods resulting from heavy rainfalls countrywide. In recent years, droughts also in the eastern lowlands were quite a terrible disaster.
Today May 27th, 2020 Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Johnson Busingye, has officially concluded the pass out ceremony and welcomed 649 new prison guards, Intake 04, who completed their 9 months basic training course in correctional service at RCS Training School Rwamagana.
Since March 14, 2020, the day CORONAVIRUS was first appeared in Rwanda, efforts to control the COVID-19 pandemic have been intensified countrywide to prevent its spread due to the rapid spread of the virus
Rwanda Correctional Service has provided mobile money numbers for all prisons to the families of inmates that will help them in sending money, as the country is continuing to strictly observe the prevention measures of COVID-19 announced by the government of Rwanda