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  • OPERATIONS TO CURB THE MISUSE OF GOVERNMENT VEHICLES VICE ENHANCED.

    Are you aware that the Government Vehicle Check Unit (GVCU), is a Unit within the Traffic Department of the Kenya Police Service mandated to curb the misuse of government vehicles in the Country?

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  • POLICE STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP AND COMMAND PROGRAM

    Training of Police Officers on Strategic Leadership and Command Course is geared towards enabling Police officers to be effective, efficient and responsive in service delivery.

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  • NPS COMMITTED TO HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION.

    The National Police Service is committed towards achieving the highest standards of professionalism and discipline among officers by always complying with constitutional standards of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

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Press Releases/Statements

SOCIAL MEDIA ALLEGATIONS ON ASSAULT BY POLICE.

The attention of the National Police Service has been drawn to allegations doing rounds in the social media on alleged assault by police on members of the public in an estate within Nairobi.

We wish to clarify to the public that the incident had nothing to do with the enforcement of curfew orders. The information we have is that certain individuals attending a night party within the residential area caused disturbance to the neighbors who reported the matter to the police for action.

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ENFORCEMENT OF COVID-19 PROTOCOLS AND REGULATIONS.

As you are all aware, there has been a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases across the country.  So as to address this challenge, and in line with yesterday’s presidential directive on the enforcement of necessary measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 amongst persons living in Kenya, I wish to inform the public as follows:

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NO RELENTING ON WAR AGAINST CONTRABAND.

Following our scaled-up interventions against illicit trade across the country, a multi-agency team on road block duties along Garissa-Thika Highway, at Ngutani, today intercepted a bus with plate number KBX 267K en route to Nairobi from Dadaab.

Preliminary inspection of the vehicle revealed that the under-floor of the passenger compartment had been illegally modified and fitted with secret storage bins which were stuffed with 49 cartons of Batook chewing gum; four cartons containing 25 pieces of Tres Orix-Forte appetite stimulant; five boxes containing 1000 sachets of pain relieving tablets; 286 tins of Red Cow milk powder (each 2.5kgs); 37 tins of Anchor milk powder (each 2.5kgs); and 42 tins of Nura milk powder (each 2.5kgs).

The manner and design of the said partitions not only allows for the concealment and transport of contraband goods but may also be used to ferry dangerous weapons and explosives.

Consequently, the officers arrested the driver and his two conductors as primary suspects.

They were booked and handed over to Ngutani Police Station for further action and arraignment in court. In this regard, I wish to profoundly commend the multiagency team, who are working tirelessly day and night to ensure safety and security of citizens and residents of Kenya.

My office is in consultation with other relevant authorities with a view to taking appropriate action on culpable individuals and organisations in the transport sector involved in such illegitimate business.

Equally, motor vehicle body fabricators who consciously and knowingly design or modify vehicles to aid in committing offences, shall not be spared.

Finally, I wish to reiterate our resolve and commitment to see through our mandate in the fight against terrorism and other cross-border crimes. We will relentlessly fight terrorism on all fronts, including but not limited to, pursuing the enemy’s operatives, financiers, and sympathizers irrespective of their demographics. We will also sustain our security operations and surveillance in this war as we progressively update our situational crime prevention strategies and responses.

HILARY N. MUTYAMBAI, MGH, nsc (AU)

INSPECTOR GENERAL

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE

 Thursday, 30 January 2020

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