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APTC, EMBAKASI

The Inspector General of Police Mr Joseph Boinnet has advised police officers to be dynamic in tackling security challenges especially emerging crime of terrorism and transnational crime.

Addressing 3,985 recruits during a full dress rehearsal at the Administration Police Training College (APTC), Embakasi, Mr Boinnet said crime had evolved requiring police officer to be on top of things to curb crime to ensure the safety and security of the members of the public.

The IG advised recruits to embrace technology in the fight against crime adding that the National Police Service is committed towards providing Police officers with the necessary skill to fight against emerging crime.

He reaffirmed the commitment of the National Police Service to implement an already developed new training curriculum in all Police colleges beginning this year adding that respective training institutions have been adequately prepared for the new curriculum that will go a long way in transforming the Police service.

The Inspector General said, People Centred Policing coupled with the highest degree of responsibility will enable the service fulfil its mandate.

He advised officers to remain fair and firm while discharging their duties and ensure that their conduct is beyond reproach at all times.

Mr. Boinnet advised that they should remain impartial and ensure peace prevails before, during and after the forthcoming general elections.

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