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Owalo: New retrogressive Security law will scare away tourists

Main Topix: National Police Service Commission - Inspector General Of Police
It is about 4 years now since the promulgation of the new Constitution which entailed the enactment of several legislations to operationalize key provisions of the same.

Kimaiyo moves more than 100 senior police officers

NAIROBI: More than 100 senior police officers have been moved and confirmed to new ranks and positions in changes announced by Inspector General of police David Kimaiyo.

WALUBENGO: The Security Laws (Amendment) Bill has far-reaching technology implications

Main Topix: National Police Service Commission - Kenya Communication Act Of 2009
This simple act of freely making information available to anyone by anyone, using any means (print, radio, TV or online) is potentially under threat, however remotely this may be.

Kimaiyo: I will stay in office until my successor named

NAIROBI, KENYA: Outgoing Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo says he will stay in office until his successor is named.

Court summons Kimaiyo over resignation

Main Topix: National Police Service Commission - Inspector-General Of Police
Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo at a press conference in his office on December 2, 2014, when he announced his resignation.
  • The Standard
    Kimaiyo was forced to quit, Marakwet residents claim

Kimaiyo was forced to quit, Marakwet residents claim

Main Topix: National Police Service Commission - Inspector General Of Police
F ormer Inspector General of Police (IG) David Kimaiyo. ITEN, KENYA: The recent resignation of former Inspector General of Police (IG) David Kimaiyo, has triggered varied reactions among Kenyans.

Tough new rules for police jobs

Lieutenant Colonel Isako Jaldesa Inspecting Some Of The Recruits During The Recruitment Of Military Personnel At Karisa Maitha Stadium In Kilifi Town On November 13, 2014. New Police Recruitment Regulations Require Candidates To Start By Applying For The Positions Within Certain Time Limits Before The Commission Considers Them. PHOTO | GEORGE KIKAMI | Lieutenant Colonel Isako Jaldesa inspecting some of the recruits during the recruitment of Military personnel at Karisa Maitha stadium in Kilifi town on November 13, 2014.
  • The Standard
    Kimaiyo was forced to quit, Marakwet residents claim

Parliament takes flak as Ipoa seeks reforms

Kenya: Former Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo and former Internal Security Minister Joseph ole Lenku were on Tuesday forced out of office, but their appointment to sensitive functions of government still begs serious questions.

Time for Kimaiyo's deputies to hang their boots - IPOA

Main Topix: National Police Service Commission - Inspector General Of Police
IPOA Chairman Macharia Njeru Stated That The Two, Samuel Arachi (Administration Police) And Grace Kaindi (General Police) Are Part Of The Problem In The Service And They Do Not Deserve To Remain In Office FILE NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 4 – The Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) insists that David Kimaiyo’s two deputies in the National Police Service must also follow him into retirement.

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'Al-Shabaab knows our weak points'   The Independent on Saturday

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