Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : Police Reforms

Civilians in Race for top Police Job

Daily Nation pg 48
Sunday, 28 Oct 2012

More civilians than career officers who have risen through the ranks have applied for the top National Police Service job. Mr Mathew Iteere, the highest ranked police officer in Kenya, is conspicuously missing from the list of app

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Top Police officers apply for Inspector General Position

Standard Pg 6
Saturday, 27 Oct 2012

Applicants for the positions of Inspector General and two deputies have until Monday, to get in their papers. Many have, however, already completed the process ahead of time. Informed sources say the drop-off box for applications

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New Police Recruitment Plan Unveiled

Standard Pg 30
Friday, 26 Oct 2012

The recruitment of more than 7,000 police trainees will be done in a day to prevent corruption and block applicants who visit more than one centre. This is the first recruitment by the newly created commission. There will be 4,000

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Commission lines up 7,000 jobs in police reforms.

Daily Nation, pg 6
Thursday, 25 Oct 2012

The newly appointed Police Service Commission will recruit about 7,000 officers beginning next month. The commission formed to transform the force into a world class police service has introduced stringent measures that will ensur

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Police Shake-up plan as Kavuludi Team gets down to Work

Daily Nation pg 9
Sunday, 21 Oct 2012

The new Police Service Commission is expected to make changes to the force command as it takes charge of the crucial phase of reforming the department. The current Kenya Police is headed by police commissioner Mathew Iteere while

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Cash Squabbles delay Voter Registration Kit

Daily Nation pg 1 & 4
Friday, 19 Oct 2012

Voter registration has been postponed by two weeks after the French company contracted to supply 15,000 biometric registration kits demanded to be paid a balance of Sh3.6 billion before it can deliver them for the March 4 election

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Positions of Inspector General of Police open to women

The Star Pg 3
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012

The commission charged with the responsibility of recruiting the first police inspector general and two deputies has paved way for woman to head the force. The stringent conditions set by the National Police Service Commission sho

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Police team Dispels fears of undue Dismissal

Standard Pg 11
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012

The National Police Service Commission has assured the force of fairness as it implements changes outlined in the Constitution. Commission chairman Johnston Kavuludi said they will vet all senior police officers to check their sui

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