Uhuru names six to replace Kavuludi team at commission
SEE ALSO :Matiang'i now most powerful ministerOther members of the commission are Deputy Inspector Generals Njoroge Mbugua and Noor Gabow, two former police officers, a chairperson who is a person who is qualified to be appointed as High Court judge and three persons of integrity who have served the public with distinction. Kavuludi’s team said it succeeded in putting in place a rigorous vetting process for officers, fostering cordial relations with various stakeholders and engaging fruitfully with the National Assembly, the civil society, the Police Reforms Steering Committee and a number of international organisations. The Kavuludi-led team was the first under the 2010 Constitution and faced numerous challenges in their six-year tenure in office. NPSC takes care of the affairs of the police, including keeping under review all matters relating to standards or qualifications required of members of the service and with the advice of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, determines the appropriate remuneration and benefits for officers. It also approves applications for engagement in businesses by officers in accordance with the law and provides terms and conditions of service, develops fair and clear disciplinary procedures in accordance with Article 47 of the Constitution and investigates and summons witnesses for the purposes of its investigations.
SEE ALSO :Leaders react to new role for CSThe commission will also receive and investigate complaints by members of the service, monitor and investigate policing operations affecting members of the public.