Injured police“What could be done after investigations are complete is that the officers could have their ranks lowered or dismissed entirely from the service,” said Kinuthia. He revealed that five police officers were injured in the Monday incident. Officials from the Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) spent the better part of yesterday at the Juja Police Station interrogating all the officers who were handling the chaos. Head of IAU Charlton Muriithi also visited the university. Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji said he is waiting for files on the investigation from the police and Ipoa in order to take action. “We are waiting for the conclusion of the probe so that we can look at the files. We will act accordingly,” Mr Haji said. Ipoa said yesterday it had identified all the 50 officers involved in the operation. The authority said 22 students suffered injuries during the midday melee. It added that it has made contact with witnesses and taken their statements. “Based on these preliminary findings, the authority now advances the matter into a full independent investigation,” said Ipoa chairperson Ann Makori. She that added the investigation’s findings would be applied against the legal provisions - Section 61(1& 2), 88 (3 & 4). Makori also stressed that the findings will put into consideration the Sixth Schedule of the National Police Service Act, 2011, which provides for the use of force and firearms. The student who was attacked studies Food Science and is in fourth year.