The National Police Joint Service Board has approved revised badges of rank and insignia for all ranks in the Service. In the Joint Service Board held on 29th March 2017, the Board approved the change of the badges of rank for the Inspector General, Deputy Inspectors General, Senior Assistant Inspector General, Assistant Inspector General, Commissioner of Police and Senior Sergeant.
The National Police Service is required by the Constitution and other relevant laws to ensure a safe and secure environment for the Kenya People to execute their democratic rights. As a Service, we are committed towards providing a conducive environment for both voters and aspirants to exercise their democratic rights before, during and after the General Elections, scheduled for 8th August, 2017.
The National Police Service Reform program has put in place structures to achieve a harmonized approach to deal with security challenges in the country.
The National Police Service working in conjunction with other Security agencies have arrested a most wanted terrorist suspect, one Ali Hussein Ali alias ‘trusted one’ involved in human smuggling and terrorism financing. The suspect has links with ISIS and Al-Shabaab terror groups and the Magafe Human smuggling network in Libya.the suspect was nabbed together with his accomplices;
The National Police Service has received a donation of 43 land cruisers from United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) to support refugee operations in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps.
The Government of Kenya
Office of the Inspector General
Taifa Road, Jogoo House "A" 4th Floor
P.O Box 44249-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Telegraphic address: "IG,NPS"
Tel:+254 20 2221969