Kenyan Police Urged to Tackle Crime
Prime Minister Raila Odinga has directed security forces to step up and stem cases of lawlessness in the country. This comes in the wake of a series of muggings, thefts, kidnappings and armed robberies by local gangs.
Anti-riot police secure Nairobi's Eastleigh area, which has been hit by violent protests following the bombing of a minibus.
The Star, 21 November 2012
The Defense and the National security committees have been given the go ahead to investigate the rising cases of insecurity in the country. Deputy house speaker Farah Maalim has ... read more »
The Star, 15 November 2012
Security in the country has not improved despite the ongoing police reforms. A report by Usalama Forum shows that the government's approach is not working, leading to more cases of ... read more »
The Star, 22 November 2012
Report any suspicious persons to the authorities in an effort to avoid disasters. Olewe Owiti from the Media Monitoring Committee is asking you to practice community policing. ... read more »
The Cabinet has approved an investigation into the deaths of 42 police officers and subsequent atrocities committed by troops sent to Garissa to find the killers. Read more »
Police have charged two suspects with robbery with violence in connection with a mobile money transfer shop robbery that was captured live on CCTV. The sector has been facing ... Read more »