New Police Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai has said he’ll seek to continue the ongoing police sector reforms with the aim of enhancing service delivery at the grassroots. Speaking during his swearing-in at the Supreme Court of Kenya, Mutyambai said the planned reforms will continue. He said they’ll endeavour to build new police stations and rebovate teh old ones to meet new policng stadards and improve the working coditions of officers.
Under the same, he said he’ll be keen to implement the National Police Service Information Managent Systme, which digitizes the occurence book and teh case file amanegemnt system, “It enables the memebrs of the public to track the process of their complaints and enbale them to give us feedbac and comolaits,” he said.
He frer said he’ll cosult with the Natioal Police Srvice Commsision on te issue of house allowance to faciliate decent housing for police officers. Plans for the constructio of a Natioal Police Srrvice Referral Hospital will also be set up. On the war on graft, Mutyambai said he fully supports the fightagainst the vice, “We must all join hands in the fight against the vice.”
Former Inspector General Joseph Boinnet congratulated his successor, saying he has known him for many years as a steadfast servant of the people. He thanked NPS members, other national security agencies and government institutes and Kenyans for standing with the Police Service during his tenure, “I leave that office as a satisfied man that I did the best that I could,” he said.