The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Monitoring of Police Recruitment Exercise

The police recruitment exercise that sets out to add 7000 new police officers to the force ended  with low turnout marring the exercise. The ... ( Resource: Kenyan Police Recruitment Marred by Death, Low Turnout

Observers for the national recruitment of police constables have been dispatched to at least half of the centers where the exercise is currently underway. The group has been accredited by the national police service commission to monitor and evaluate its preparedness in undertaking the hiring process of about 7000 new police officers.

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