The committee chaired by the police director human rights and legal services, Erasmus Twaruhukwa, is supposed to present it's recommendations to the police policy and advisory committee (PAC) today Wednesday.
"They say that even though some suspects have been receiving treatment from Nalufenya, they are brought with injuries to the facility, " the source told URN.
When contacted, the police spokesperson Emilian Kayima, who is also a member of the seven-man committee, refused to divulge the details of the report.
"I will not say anything about it until when an official communication has been made, " Kayima said.
PAC on which the IGP, deputy IGP, all directors and undersecretary sit, will discuss the report and make a conclusive decision on the future of Nalufenya.
The special committee was constituted last week on Wednesday after PAC resolved to send a team out and assess the operations of the facility. On Thursday, the team visited the facility and later sat to make a report.
Nalufenya has since 2014 attracted bad publicity for the police with the first group of suspects detained there on allegations that they had been working with the Allied Democratic Front (ADF) to commit terrorism in Uganda accusing police of torture.
Nalufenya which is gazetted as a police station has existed since 1954, initially as police post, then as a police station under Kiira policing region before it was made a special operations Unit centre.
Before it was turned into a special operation centre, high profile suspects were being detained at the special investigations division headquarters in Kireka. The Kireka facility was introduced in 2006 after it became overwhelming to detain high-profile suspects at Central police station Kampala.