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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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  • 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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DIRECTIVE ON THE USE OF DEEP BLUE UNIFORMS BY GENERAL DUTY POLICE OFFICERS WITHIN NAIROBI AREA

The attention of National Police Service has been drawn to a report appearing in a section of a local print media that Nairobi police cry foul after order to buy new uniforms.

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EMERGENCE OF RECKLESS INCITEFUL POLITICAL UTTERANCES

I have noted with great concern an emerging trend of political leaders recklessly uttering hate speech and inciting the public to violence. The national police service shall not tolerate such incidents.

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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. 

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DIRECTIVE ON THE USE OF DEEP BLUE UNIFORMS BY GENERAL DUTY POLICE OFFICERS WITHIN NAIROBI AREA

The attention of National Police Service has been drawn to a report appearing in a section of a local print media that Nairobi police cry foul after order to buy new uniforms.

 The National Police Service wishes to reiterate that this information is not only false but malicious and intended to cause disaffection amongst General Duty Police Officers. It is important to note that the government has always sufficiently provided   uniforms to police officers.

Following the establishment of the National Police Service Policy Framework and Strategy for the Reorganization of the National Police Service launched by His Excellency the President in September 2018, a new deep blue color uniform was adopted for the General Duty police officers as their working dress.

For purposes of smooth transition, Police Officers have continued to use the old uniform. We wish to state that since Nairobi area Police Officers have been fully kitted with deep blue working dress, the officers have been directed to dress in their new uniform.

Currently there are 6,000 and 2,000 male and female officers’ uniforms respectively awaiting collection at the central stores. Officers who may have not collected their uniforms have been directed to do so immediately.

 

CHARLES O. WAHONG’O, MBS

DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE

16th SEPTEMBER 2020

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