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  • NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE OCCURRENCE BOOK GOES DIGITAL.

    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.

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  • LAUNCH OF THE NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE -"FROM FORCE TO SERVICE" BOOK.

    Did you know that the Police Service started   as a basic outfit during the colonial era that grew steadily to the current 100,000 plus police officers providing security and public safety to Kenyans?

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  • INSPECTOR GENERAL LAUNCHES A TRAUMA-INFORMED POLICING INITIATIVE.

    The Inspector General, National Police Service Mr. Hilary Mutyambai has underscored psychological wellbeing of police officers as an integral part of policing activities in the Service.

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Press Releases/Statements

LESOS SHOOTING INCIDENT

The Inspector General National Police Service has this afternoon 25th June, 2020 ordered the immediate arrest and suspension of the officer who was involved in a shooting incident in Lesos, Nandi East sub-county. 

This follows a shooting incident that ensued after a bodaboda rider carrying two pillion passengers was arrested. Protesting bodaboda riders thereafter attacked the arresting officer and his colleagues and attempted to snatch a rifle as they escorted the arrested persons to Lesos Police Station, leading to the fatal shooting of Lazarus Kirop, a man aged 40 years.

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UNFORTUNATE ATTACK TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL NPS.
It is a very unfortunate attack on the Inspector General National Police Service. As director in charge of Corporate Communication Affairs and Human Rights, I have been addressing a number of issues as alleged on extra judicial killings by Police on his behalf.
The Inspector General[IG] is the chief spokesperson for the Police and I simply undertake that responsibility on his behalf.
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  PRESS RELEASE

The National Police Service has within a multiagency framework conducted an operation on the Civil Registration Services at Bishops House following persistent complaints from members of the public on corruption and delay of services.

In view of the above and after conducting preliminary investigations the following government officials are being sought and should report to the nearest police station if they haven’t been arrested already, to assist police with further investigations

CENTRAL REGISTRY STAFF (ACK BISHOP)

S/NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

1

KAGIRI PAUL

Deputy Director/RC

2

CHARLES J AKWONI

Principal Records Management Officer

3

CHARITY M. MWANDIME

Principal Civil Registration Officer

4

JANE WANGARI MAINA

Principal Civil Registration Assistant

5

PATRICK SILLA

Civil Registration Officer I

6

PETER NGANGA

Civil Registration Officer I

7

JOYCE WAMBUI KEITANY

Civil Registration Assistant III

8

MAXIMILLA OUMA

Assistant Office Administrator II

9

CHARLES MUTUKU NDAMBUKI

Senior Clerical Officer

10

JULIAN MUTHUI

Senior Clerical Officer

11

CATHERINE WANJIRA MOSES

Senior Clerical Officer

12

SAMUEL MASOTA

Clerical Officer I

13

JANEMARY WAFULA

Clerical Officer I

14

JUDITH ABWAKO

CRA

15

BETTY STELLA MWENDE

Clerical Officer I

16

FRANCIS WAMBUA MUNYWOKI

Clerical Officer I

17

ZENAH ACHIENG SHAFI

Clerical Officer I

18

KENNEDY KARIUKI MWAURA

Clerical Officer I

19

MOHAMED DIBA

Clerical Officer I

20

BEATRICE AKOTH OCHIENG

Civil Registration Assistant III

21

DANIEL M. NGABA

Principal Civil Registration Assistant

22

JUDITH S. ALIGULA

Senior Clerical Officer

23

HENRY KIOKO MUSEMBI

Civil Registration Officer I

24

JOSEPH KIOKO MBONDO

Accountant II

Further investigations will be conducted on the matter with a view of bringing all offenders to book. 

In addition, as I speak, simultaneous operations and arrests are taking place in some hospitals in the city which, we believe, to have been part of the cartels aiding and abetting the irregular and illegal issuance of birth certificates.

Government services are not conduits for brokers and criminals to enrich themselves by conning members of the public.  The police will not relent until each and every criminal is apprehended and faces the law.

HILARY N MUTYAMBAI, nsc (AU)

INSPECTOR GENERAL

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE

1ST NOV 2019

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