The Kenya Police is a force that has taken care of the citizens of Kenya since independence and continues to do so to this day.
The force is made up of thousands of men and women who dedicate their lives in the fight against crime as well as many other social evils in the country.
Sometimes there have been police chases that have been witnessed by the public and police have been able to apprehend the suspects or the thugs.
Have you ever wondered what types of vehicles that the police use and why? Well, here they are:
The vehicles are fast and their economy with fuel is very okay since they only consume a lot for fuel at traffic jams.
Picture courtesy. Subaru Outback.
The Toyota Landcruiser is another vehicle that the National Police Service loves using since it is very fast and agile.
It is also used for many purposes like arresting people given its space as well as being very durable on the roads.
Picture courtesy. Toyota Landcruiser.
The Ford Ranger is a pickup truck that will be seen mostly with the Administration Police wing of the National Police Service.
The vehicle is fast as well as can withstand a lot of roads in our country and that is why it is found mostly in areas that are inaccessible.
Picture courtesy. Ford Ranger.
The Isusu FSR is mostly used by police when they need to move many police officers to an area that has crime ongoing or a riot.
It is also used in occasions when police need to arrest a large number of people like where there is a demonstration or a riot.
Picture courtesy. Isuzu truck.
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