Certificate of Good Conduct is that document that is given out by the Police Directorate of INTERPOL and International Relations.
It’s given to those seeking employment abroad and at home.
According to Police, for one to acquire the certificate of good conduct, you should have a valid identity document; say a driving permit, passport, national identity card or a refugee card, with two passport size photos (American standard).
One must then write a formal application letter addressed to the Director of INTERPOL and International Relations.
According to Police, one must visit physically INTERPOL offices for fingerprints. The offices are located on Plot 12 Mabua Road, Kololo.
The certificate of good conduct will cost you 64300 shillings, Police say.
All payments are made in the bank. We have a fully fledged banking system at our INTERPOL offices.
“Note that all this process will take you less than an hour and then you wait for five to ten working days when your certificate will be ready,” Police says, adding: “Note that there is no express issuance of the certificate of good conduct, and there is no any other place that issues our certificate.”
INTERPOL does not have any agents in the field.