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From Kenya to the world: Heko DCI

The DCI'S official Facebook page has been lit up today with breathtaking images as one of their own received a prestigious international award and recognition for exceptional service last evening in Manhattan, New York City.

According to the DCI'S post courtesy of Mike Mugo, detective Lawrence Okoth attached to DCI'S anti human trafficking and child protection unit received the prestigious be award in the elaborate gala ceremony held at cipiriani 42nd Street in new York City for his outstanding performance in handling matters affecting children and safeguarding their rights.

One of detective Okoth's outstanding case was one which led to the arrest of a 71 year old German fugitive serial pedhophile in 2020 among many other unmentioned deeds, Using his skills as a certified digital forensic investigator alongside being a computer science graduate from JKUAT to nail suspected pedhophiles and bring them to book.

The international center for missing children, which for the past 20 years has worked with over 120 countries from across the world in protecting children from exploitation by empowering law enforcement agencies with the tools and the training to make the world safer for children, this year alone has helped rescue over 1,600 missing children.

The organization's CEO Bob Cunningham awarded Okoth along side two other exeptional police officers, one from India and another from Guatemala, also awarded was U.S senator Ron Wysden who represented Oregon for the past 26years and sponsored hundreds of bills in support of child protection.

Heko DCI, continue flying our Kenyan flag higher.

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