Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : Police Reforms

New Police Boss to be Named ‘soon’

Daily Nation pg 5
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012

The Police Inspector-General might be known before the end of the year, the commission tasked with the appointment has said.  The new National Police Service Commission chairperson Johnston Kavuludi said they had put in place

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Police Team will Assume office Today

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Tuesday, 09 Oct 2012

Members of the National Police Service commission (NPSC) are set to be sworn into office today. The Internal security Permanent Secretary Mutea Iringo said the government is committed to ensure the country holds peaceful elections

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Delaying Police Reforms Wrong

The Star Pg 30
Wednesday, 26 Sep 2012

A reformed and independent police force is a non-negotiable priority. Kenyans legally and legitimately expect a reformed policing infrastructure to avert crisis. The Constitution of Kenya Article 240(3)(4) and(6), says the core ma

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Mps pass Police Commission Nominees

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Wednesday, 26 Sep 2012

Parliament has approved the nominees to serve in the National Police Service Commission. Those approved are Johnstone Kavuludi for Chairperson, Ronald Musengi, Esther Chui-Colomboni, Murshid Mohamed, Muiu Mutia and Mary Owour as M

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House Team Vets Police Service Nominees

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Thursday, 20 Sep 2012

Parliament started vetting the nominees to the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) during a single session. Chairman of the Departmental Committee on Administration and National Security Fred Kapondi said they wanted to fini

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Reveal county chiefs’ pay, AG told

Daily Nation pg 11
Tuesday, 18 Sep 2012

A judge on Monday ordered Attorney General Githu Muigai to release details of salaries and terms of employment for the 47 county commissioners. High Court judge David Majanja said two petitioners, Mr Charles Omanga and Mr Caleb Ok

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Plot to stop Police Reform through Kapondi Motion

The Star Pg 6
Friday, 14 Sep 2012

A two-pronged attempt is being made to stall the appointment of the Inspector General of Police and to have the current police leadership retained in office until after the 2013 elections. The proxy war against police reforms is b

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Duo wants police boss appointed after elections

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Friday, 14 Sep 2012

Two members of the public have moved to court to stop the appointment of Inspector General of the National Police Service until after the General Election. The duo, Albert Muindi and Samuel Ng’ang’a, expressed fears th

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