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A non -governmental organisation known as Jamii Thabiti has donated 16 computers to the National Police Service.

Jamii Thabiti program funded by the UK Government through Coffey International donated the computers to benefit eight (8) County Field Training Centres in Kwale, Kilifi, Wajir, Mandera, Nakuru, Baringo, Bungoma and Kisumu.

The Organization’s Chief of Party, Madam Jaki Mbogo, said the program has so far trained a total of 947 Police officers from the beneficiary areas on curbing criminal violence, Inter Communal conflict as well as violence against women and girls.

Madam Mbogo said her organization will start the refurbishment of the eight County Field Police Training Centres to make officers comfortable during training sessions.

The Inspector General of Police Mr. Joseph Boinnet hailed the UK government for partnering with the National Police Service through Jamii Thabiti Program in funding many activities besides the donation of the 16 computers to enhance Service delivery.

In a speech read on his behalf by the Staff Officer Training Mr. Patrick Lumumba, he said, Jamii Thabiti program that focuses on Community Policing, human rights, Police accountability, investigations of violence against women and girls as well as crime prevention and public order management will go a long way in establishing a friendly and responsible Police Service.

He reaffirmed the commitment of the National Police Service to work with development partners to improve service delivery to the people of Kenya.


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