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  • CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR FESTIVITIES MESSAGE 2019.

    Many Kenyans will visit holiday destinations and rural homes during this festive season. Equally foreign tourists visit our holiday destinations especially the coastline towns.

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  •  POLICE OFFICERS AWARDED FOR THEIR EXEMPLARY SERVICE.

    Kenyan Industrialist Dr. Manu Chandaria today awarded 20 police officers for their exemplary service and bravery while discharging their duties.

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  • NEW DAWN AS NPS UNVEILS DIGITAL OCCURRENCE BOOK.

    November 22nd will forever remain an important and memorable date in the history of policing in Kenya. When the clock struck midnight, the first digital Occurrence Book entry was made at the Kasarani Police Station, Nairobi marking a departure from manual to digital entries and with it, ushering the new era of digitized police records. 

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Press Releases/Statements

WITHDRAWAL OF SECURITY DETAIL FOR VIPs INVOLVED IN CRIME

The Inspector General wishes to inform the public that the service continues to diligently provide close protection and VIP Security as a crucial part of its mandate.

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 SARETHO ATTACK

The National Police Service wishes to inform the public that this morning at around 2.30 am, at Saretho Centre, 25 Km from Daadab in Garissa County,

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NPS, NTSA JOINT PRESS STATEMENT.

Road safety measures during the festivities

The festive season is here with us and is the period when we expect increased travel to various destinations for the festivities.

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 ARREST OF NAIROBI GOVERNOR MIKE SONKO.

On 6th December 2019, the Director of Public Prosecutions issued a directive to have the Governor of Nairobi Mike Sonko and his co accused arrested and arraigned before court, the police caught up with the Governor at Voi, along the Nairobi Mombasa Highway.

During the arrest he became abusive, unruly and violent in an attempt to resist hence obstructing police officers from the lawful execution of their duties. In the process, he assaulted and injured the senior police officer leading the team and damaged media equipment.

Consequent to these acts of lawlessness against lawful police action, the police will prefer assault and other related charges against the governor.

We would also wish to inform the public that we have reports that a group of individuals is mobilizing to cause civil unrest. The general public is therefore warned that persons intending to assemble, demonstrate, or picket must do so with strict adherence to the law.

Additionally, we wish to assure the public that the matter will be processed in accordance with the law and Kenyans should remain calm and not be intimidated by the social media messages in circulation.

The National Police Services is dedicated to executing its mandate efficiently and with utmost professionalism.

CHARLES O WAHONG’O MBS

DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE

7th Dec. 2019

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