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The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) has, since 2013, provided training to over 3,000 police officers who are currently  assisting the Commission with collection of actionable intelligence on issues of hate speech, incitement to violence and ethnic profiling.

The NCIC Chairman Mr. Francis Ole Kaparo said the trained officers have equally been provided with voice recorders, camcorders and other necessary equipment to enable them perform their duties with ease.

Mr. Kaparo said this while addressing Regional and County commanders from all-over the country as well as senior officers from the National Intelligence Service, National Youth Service, Kenya Forest Services and the Kenya Prisons Service among other security agencies during a meeting at the Kenya School of Government.

The Former speaker of the National Assembly advised  police officers to discharge their mandate without fear or favour and ensure that anybody found inciting members of public to violence, perpetrating  hate speech or involved in ethnic profiling, is dealt with in accordance with the law.

He further advised them to remain civil but firm while discharging their duties besides safeguarding the security and safety of the people of Kenya as well as their property.


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