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Cablegate: Uganda: Leahy Vetting Request for Lydia Kantono

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SUBJECT: UGANDA: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST FOR LYDIA KANTONO

1. Pursuant to the Leahy and Foreign Assistance Acts, Post
requests assistance in screening the following Ugandan national who
has been selected for USG-sponsored training. The candidate is
invited to participate in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's
Undercover Certification School. The training will be conducted in
Hollywood, Florida from April 1 to April 30, 2010. Post has
reviewed its files and found no derogatory information on this
individual.

2. Biographical details are as follows:

NAME: Lydia Kantono

RANK: Assistant Police Commissioner


DOB: January 1, 1982

POB: Uganda

POSITION: Officer in Charge of Training, Professional
Standards Unit, Uganda Police Force

3. Post appreciates Department assistance in reviewing this vetting
request.
LANIER

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