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NPSC Exhibits at the Nairobi International Trade Fair.



Mr. Patrick Odongo takes interested police officers through the mandate of the Commission.

It was a milestone as the National Police Service Commission(NPSC) participated at the Nairobi International Trade Fair for the first time.  The one week trade fair begun on 29th September and concluded 5th October 2014 at the Jamhuri Park, Nairobi County.
 
The Commission had a presence at the Administration and Kenya Police Stands which provided an opportunity to interact with both the public and police officers and to explain its mandate and activities.
 

NPSC staff,Benjamin Masila and Hilda Gachemi, explain a point to the judges at the Kenya Police Service Stand

Commissioner Mary Owour (NPSC) who visited the Commission’s stand commended staff for the good work. She was accompanied by Commissioner Grace Kaindi (DIG-KPS)

PUBLIC NOTICE

The National Police Service Commission informs the General Public and all persons recruited on 14th July 2014, who were scheduled to report to various Police Training Colleges on 3rd October 2014, that the reporting date has been postponed until further orders and directions from the court.

This has been necessitated by the case filed at the High Court in Nairobi by the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) challenging the recruitment process.

Further communication will be released by the Commission upon determination of the case.

Johnston M. Kavuludi, EBS
Chairperson
NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION

Four Senior Officers Scheduled For Review

Four senior officers from the National Police Service found unfit to serve in the service after going through the vetting process but applied for the review of the Decision will this week appear before the Review Panel. The officers, whose cases will be heard on Tuesday9th September, 2014 are: ACP Stephen Kiptum Kemei based at Police Headquarters as Deputy Director Logistics and ACP Paul Bernard Onyango County Commander Administration Police,Kakamega.
The review of ACP Samuel Orina Nyambengi of C.I.D Headquarters, Nairobi and SACP Joseph Musau Nyabengi of Administration Police headquarters will be on Friday 12th September 2013.
The vetting process began late last year as outlined in Section 7 of the National Police Service Act 2011.
The Review Panel consists of:Justice (Rtd) Sarah Ondeyo Chairperson, Dr. John Mutonyi,Dr. Mutuma Ruteere , Mr. Charles K. Muthusi and Mr. Samuel Gathii Karicho and the four commissioners who are Johnston Kavuludi, Murshid Mohamed, Mrs. Mary Owuor and Ronald Musengi .

Vetting of two officers in the ranks of Assistant Commissioners of Police Who Were Away on Foreign Missions

ACP John Gahugu Gachomo

The National Police Service Commission   is today vetting two officers in the ranks of Assistant Commissioners of Police who were not vetted with the rest, in March this year,as they were serving in foreign missions.
 
The two are ACP John Gahugu Gachomo who is based in Liberia and ACP Paul Jimmie Ndambuki who is based at INTERPOL.
 
ACP Paul Jimmie Ndambuki
 
The vetting is being conducted at NPSC offices in Skypark Plaza Westlands  and is the vetting panel is headed by NPSC Chairman Johnston Kavuludi .
 
The veting panel

Statement By The National Police Service Commission On The Audit Of The Police Constables Recruitment Exercise Held On 14th July 2014

 

Pursuant to article 246 subsection 3 (a) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 ,the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) on 14th July 2014 undertook the recruitment of 10,000 people to be trained as police constables and later be deployed to the National Police Service .
The Commission, under by section 13 of the NPSC Act established both the National and Sub-County committees to oversee the exercise with the latter getting direction from the national committee headed by a commissioner at the NPSC.A regulatory policy and guidelines were put in place by the Commission to direct the recruitment exercise.
In compliance with the section 11 (1)( f) of the NPSC Act, the Commission upon the completion of the exercise undertook an audit of the exercise. The Commission incorporated members from the Ministry of Interior and National Co-ordination, Ethics and Anti-CorruptionCommission and Directorate of Criminal Investigation into the audit team. The Audit took two weeks and the findings were submitted to a joint committee comprising the NPSC,EACC,DCI and the Ministry of Interior and National Co-ordination in line with section 10(d) that requires ‘the Commission cooperates with other state agencies ,departments or commissions on any matter that the Commission considers necessary’.
The audit reviewed 621 complaints received about some recruitment centers.These complaints were analyzed to determine the extent to which the recruitment process complied with the laid down guidelines and more specifically to ensure that there was fairness, transparency and integrity in the exercise.
Arising from the nature of issues raised in the complaints ,the Commission is of the considered view that some recruitment centers fell short of the standards set by the Commission and as such the exercise in those centers needs to be annulled and a repeat of the same be undertaken .
All relevant offices and government agencies will be given the full report to enable them take necessary action against members of the recruitment committees found culpable. In this regard each institution will take appropriate action against its officers who were in the recruiting committee and found culpable.
The Ministry of Interior and National Co-ordination will take appropriate administrative and disciplinary action against Sub- County Commissioners, Ministry of Health against Medical officers, Ministry of Education against Education Officers and the National Police Service against Police Officers found responsible and guilty for the malpractices complained about.
All acts which are criminal in nature, corrupt and indicate professional misconduct will be vigorously pursued andprosecuted the results shall be made public.
The Commission thereforeannounces that the recruitment exercise in the following centers is annulled;
1. Tana Delta District Headquarters Centre - Tana Delta Sub-County, Tana River County
2. Mandera North Youth Centre - Mandera East, Mandera County
3. Rhamu Police Station - Mandera North, Mandera County
4. Merti DCs Headquarters - Merti, Isiolo County
5. Kinoru Stadium - Imenti North, Meru County
6. Nguthiru Stadium - Tigania East, Meru County
7. Umau Grounds- Mbeere South, Embu County
8. Njambini, Kingangop, Nyandarua County.
9. Engineer Center - Nyandarua South, Nyandarua County
10.Othaya Stadium, Nyeri South, Nyeri County
11.Gatanga Pri.School - Gatanga, Murang'a County
12.Kandara Stadium - Kandara, Murang'a County
13.Kangema General Kago - Kangema, Murang'a County
14.Kigumo Bendera Sec. School - Kigumo, Murang'a County
15.Police Division Headquaters Kapenguria - West Pokot, West Pokot County
16.Sigor T. Centre - Pokot Central , West Pokot County
17.DC's Office Chepkorio - Keiyo South, Elgeyo Marakwet County
18.Chesoi Primary school - Marakwet East, Elgeyo Marakwet County
19.Moi Girls Sec School - Marakwet West,, Elgeyo Marakwet County
20.Kabsabet Parade Ground, Nandi Central, Nandi County
21.Maraba - Tinderet, Nandi County
22.Eldama Ravine play ground - Koibatek, Baringo County
23.Mogotia P/Station Ground - Mogotio, Baringo County
24.Doldol T. Centre - Laikipia North, Laikipia County
25.DC's Office Bahati - Nakuru North, Nakuru County
26.Njoro Police Station - Njoro, Nakuru County
27.Narok Stadium - Narok North, Narok County
28.Ololulunga Baraza Park - Narok South, Narok County
29.Maasai Technical School - Kajiado Central, Kajiado County
30.DC's office - Mashuru, Kajiado County
31.Kipkelion Centre - Kipkelion, Kericho County
32.Bomet Centre - Bomet sub-county, Bomet County
33.DC's Office - Sotik, Bomet County
34.Isanjiro Pri. School - Kakamega North (Malava), Kakamega County
35.Kimilili Amtala Sports Centre - Kimilili, Bungoma County
36.Amagoro Primary School - Teso North, Busia County
A public announcement ona new date for the repeat shall be communicated in due course.

THANK YOU

Johnston M. Kavuludi, EBS, SS
Chairman, National Police Service Commission
12th August 2014

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