New National Police Service spokesperson, Bruno Isohi Shioso, has hit the ground running following his appointment. He has outlined measures they are following to curb the ongoing Laikipia county internal feuds. Shioso was a former criminal investigations officer before his new role.
Following changes in police uniform, there has been ongoing conmanship in the security sector as far as cops are involved. There has been constant cases of civilians taking advantage of fellows in pretense they are corporals. This has alerted work-ethic Shioso who has went ahead to update the citizens.
In a statement, the NPS spokesperson outline three easy ways on how to identify fake police officers. Shioso urged individuals to first ask for proof of work that is officer's name and number in their nametag. He has added that an officer with a firearm at a public space during the day doesn't cause drama. Thirdly, Shioso said if the cop is in civilian, he or she has to produce a certificate of appointment.
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