Collage of DP Ruto IG of Police. It has been reported a police officer has quit A police constable has reportedly resigned from the National Police Services (NPS) after he cited frustrations as the main cause of hanging his boots. PC Newton Chebu allegedly wrote his resignation note in the occurrence book and highlighted why he was quitting his job.
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala is in trouble after insulting Police officers during Kenya Kwanza rally In Bungoma, something that has sparkled mixed reactions online While touring Wetangula's political backyard, Kenya Kwanza received a heroic reception with hundreds and thousands of supporters gracing the event as they drum up support for Deputy President William Ruto
Reports from the National Police Services (NPS) indicated that nine members of an unlawful group were nabbed on Wednesday in the Kom area of Merti Constituency. The report from the police to the press added that a security team in Isiol met the suspected millitia group and overpowered them.
Security Officers have managed to impound dangerous weapons believed to have been used by members of a deadly gang termed as "Confirm gang". This development came following a stepped-up crackdown in Nakuru to root them out. The National Police Services (NPS) in a statement released on Tuesday noted that it had recovered a number of mobile phones, motorcycles and machetes, that were allegedly used by the alleged perpetrators.
PHOTO/COURTESY On Saturday afternoon, a well-known Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detective was involved in an almost fatal road accident that has left him hospitalized. This is according to the official DCI Twitter account. Senior Sergeant Emmanuel Joseph Kalasinga was involved in a road carnage in Nairobi's Upper Hill area on Saturday afternoon. This accident left him in a coma but doctors have stabilized his condition. Mr. Kalasinga currently serves in the Corporate Communications and Public
The incident of dead bodies being found inside River Yala has caused a public uproar as people want to know what really happened. Those who were dumping the bodies inside the water are still unknown but investigations into the matter has started. [Photo Courtesy] Earlier today, National Police Service has reacted to this story that has attracted the attention of activists and other human rights groups.
Due to two explosions that have been reported in Uganda at the capital city, Kenyan security officers have ensured Kenyans tight security and there is no need to worry. The National Police Services has come out and said that Kenyan citizens should continue doing their activities without worries.
The police have finally made a statement after a viral video of thieves on a motorcycle snatched a phone from a traffic police officer on duty. According to the statement posted on their social media accounts, the National Police Services has asked Kenyans to ignore the video. They noted that the video had been manipulated with malicious intentions.
'Kumbe ni Ilikua Uongo' Police Urge Kenyans to Ignore The Video of an Officer Being Snatched a Phone by Thugs on a Motorcycle Say it Was Manipulated The National Police Service has come out to react to the viral video making rounds on the social media of a traffic officer being snatched a phone by thugs on a motorcycle.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations, has in the last two years been engaged in diverse Corporate Social Responsibility activities. As one of the National Police Services that directly deals with the public, it is incumbent upon us to reach out to the public as underpinned in Article 244(e) of the constitution of Kenya, to foster and promote relationships with the broader society for purposes of building trust and confidence in assisting us render services as desired and expected of us. Kenyans remain