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Complaints about loss of crime and incident report trails at police stations will now be a thing of the past after the launch of Digital Police Occurrence Book.

The Digital Occurrence Book operates in such a way that once a report has been made and entered, it cannot be altered.

Speaking during the launch officiated by Cabinet Secretary Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr.Fred Matiang’i at Buru buru Police station.

Inspector General of Police Mr. Hilary Mutyambai said, since the system will be able to generate and analyse prevalent crime in each police station, proper case and crime management measures will be instituted to ensure effective and efficient service delivery.

The system will enhance transparency and accountability which is the hallmark of service as exemplified in the NPS Motto: Service with Dignity.

Mr. Mutyambai said, a total of 210 desk top computers have already been installed at Police Stations and Posts within Nairobi city County while 10,181 IPads have also been issued to Police officers in the city to ensure the effectiveness, efficiency and responsiveness while serving the members of the public.

“The system enables a member of the public to submit a report to an officer in the field and the report is reflected instantly at the station for action while the same report could equally be accessed by Inspector General, “said Mr Mutyambai.

He appealed to the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology to consider internet connectivity to all Stations in the country to enable greater use of technology in the Service.




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