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SPEECH BY MR. HILLARY NZIOKI MUTYAMBAI, INSPECTOR GENERAL, NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE DURING SWEARING ON 8TH APRIL, 2019 AT SUPREME COURT.

The Hon. Justice David Kenani Maraga, Chief Justice and the President of the Supreme Court of Kenya,

Dr. Joseph Kinyua, Head of Public Service,

Hon. Kihara Kariuki, Attorney General,

Mr. Eliud Ndungu Kinuthia, Chairman National Police Service Commission and other Commissioners present,

Mr. Noordin Haji, Director of Public Prosecution,

Mr. Twalib Mbarak, CEO, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC),

Mr. Edward N. Mbugua, Deputy Inspector General, Kenya Police Service,

Mr. Noor Y. Gabow, Deputy Inspector General, Administration Police Servic,

Mr. George Kinoti, Director, Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI),

Mrs. Ann Amadi, Registrar of the Supreme Court of Kenya,

Ms. Ann Makori, Chairperson, IPOA

Mr. Joseph V. Onyango, CS/CEO, National Police Service Commission

Invited guest, ladies and Gentlemen,

I want to thank the almighty God for the opportunity he has granted all of us today, to witness this occasion, of my swearing in as the Third Inspector General (IG) of the National Police Service of Kenya.

I want to thank His Excellency Hon. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander in Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces, for this appointment, and the trust and honor he has bestowed on me to lead the National Police Service for the next four (4) years as stipulated in the Constitution of Kenya.

POLICE REFORMS ON UPWARD TRAJECTORY (2019-04-01).
Outgoing Inspector General Mr. Joseph Boinnet has expressed satisfaction over the on going Police reforms saying the progress realized was encouraging.
Mr. Boinnet said that the Reform agenda is  now being felt at the field level after the reorganization and restructuring of the   service with a view  to make it more  efficient, effective and responsive to the members of the public.

A NEW DAWN (2019-03-11).

Any person keen with the on goings within the National Police Service for the past four years, must have observed that the National Police Service is on a reforms trajectory and has already undergone tremendous changes and transformation aimed at improving service delivery to Kenyans. Ranging from infrastructural development to human capital development, tooling, kitting and equipping Police officers to respond to modern-day security challenges, addressing the social welfare of officers among other changes, it is clear as day that the National Police Service is headed towards better days.

NPS UNVEILS STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR PREVENTION AND RESPONSE TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (2019-01-24).

The National Police Service (NPS) has unveiled Standard Operating Procedures for the prevention and response to Gender Based Violence.

Inspector General Joseph Boinnet who yesterday launched the document described the uniform approach in the prevention of Gender Based Violence, as a significant milestone towards transforming the Police to provide people centred policing service.

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE DUSIT HOTEL ATTACK (2019-01-16).

Further to the earlier briefing by H.E. the President where he announced the end of the successful Police operation in response to yesterday’s terror attack at Dusit Hotel complex, and following further forensic work by the DCI, as of this evening, the final tally is as follows:

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