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LIST OF APPLICANTS AND SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POSITION OF DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL - KENYA POLICE SERVICE

NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION

LIST OF APPLICANTS AND SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POSITION OF DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL - KENYA POLICE SERVICE

1. Names of applicants

The National Police Service Commission invited applications for the position of Deputy Inspector General – Kenya Police Service on 26th September 2015. A total of five (5) applications were received from the following:-

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Names of Officers to be vetted 2016 (Traffic)

The NPSC will carry out vetting of officers in the ranks of Chief Inspectors and Inspectors, Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and those who served in Traffic department from 2012 to date. To enable public participation, the Commission invites compliments & complaints regarding the officers.  Details of the officers (names, ranks, current stations) are available below:

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Public Accounts Committee visit to the Commission

The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Eng. Nicholas Gumbo has commended the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) for remaining steadfast in the implementation of its Constitutional mandate of overseeing police reforms.

Eng. Gumbo pointed out that a lot of transformation has been witnessed within the National Police Service (NPS) since the NPSC was established as an Independent Commission by the Kenyan Constitution in 2010.PAC-COMMITTEE-IN-NPSC

 

The legislator made the remarks at the NPSC headquarters in Westlands Nairobi where he led other PAC members in inspecting the newly completed office partitioning works at the Commission which has cost the Government Kshs 139million.

Eng. Gumbo, who is also the Rarieda Member of Parliament, however challenged both the NPSC and NPS to solidify the gains that have been made so far in endearing police officers to the public whom they interact with on a daily basis.

NPSC Chairman Mr. Johnston Kavuludi, who took the team on a guided tour of the premises thanked the Government for the financial support towards the completion of the project and said this will reduce the pressure for office space that has hitherto been experienced in the past.

The NPSC Chairman Johsnton Kavuludi (in blue suit) and the Commissioners during a visit by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) led by its Chairman Eng. Nicholas Gumbo at the Commission's offices in Sky Park plaza, Westlands.

He said the Commission currently had 172 members of staff but the optimum number is 300. He added that they were working with the Treasury on modalities to have the embargo on staff recruitment waived so that they could advertise for the required staff in various cadres.

Also present was a member of the PAC and Mwatate MP Andrew Mwadime , Principal Clerk Assistant in the National Assembly Mr. Daniel Mutunga and the NPSC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Ojango Omumu.

Statement by the Chairman NPSC on results 2016

Statement by the Chairman of the National Police Service Commission, Johnston Kavuludi during the release of the results of 31 officers of the rank of of SSP, SP and ASP whose results had been withheld pending further investigations Click here to download

SPEECH BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION, JOHNSTON KAVULUDI DURING THE RELEASE OF THE RESULTS OF SSPs, SPs, ASPs AND IAU OFFICERS ON THURSDAY 15TH OCTOBER 2015 AT SKY PARK PLAZA, WESTLANDS

logowebbpng2Speech by the NPSC Chairman Johnstone Kavuludi during the release of the results of SSPs, SPs, ASPs & IAU Officers on Thursday 15th October 2015 at Sky Park Plaza, Westlands Click Here for the full speech

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