Kenyan police personnel are lavishly subsidized by tax payers' money, however they are frequently spotted accepting bribes. The police service has established standards to ensure that officers remain disciplined, and the following are five things that officers are not permitted to do.
1. Clothing Requirements
Officers are not permitted to wear civilian attire while on duty. This is based on Ig Mutyambai's August 2020 earnings. Female police officers are not permitted to have elaborate haircuts, use make-up, or paint their fingernails.
2. The Internet and Social Media
Police officers are not permitted to vent their grievances on social media. They are also prohibited from posting footage on social media while dancing or using profane language.
Despite the fact that the occupation demands them to be physically fit, members of the Defence Forces are barred from getting tattoos since they are considered carriers of other diseases. In addition, tattooed persons are regarded to be less serious.
According to the National police service standing orders, a police officer may not authorize the use of his or her name, photograph, or official title, which identifies him or her as a police officer, in connection with testimonials or advertisements of any commodity or for any commercial enterprise without the approval of the Inspector General.
5. Dental Remedies
The police must also have a decent dental formular. Because soldiers will have to subsist on dry-ration food in tough terrain, Captain Werunga told NTV that the cops are required to have all of their teeth.
Relationships between junior and senior police personnel are likewise prohibited.
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