Police airwing to undergo restructuring, IG says
SEE ALSO :Police get new chief of staff in changesHe spoke on Wednesday at the NPS airwing where he addressed pilots, engineers and service officers. Mutyambai advised them to embrace change and shun corrupt tendencies, which may negatively affect the ongoing national anti-corruption campaign and reforms. The lack of aircrafts and grounded ones has in the past affected Police capacity to respond to emergencies. The service has now acquired new ones and refurbished others at an exorbitant rate. The police boss also visited the Internal Affairs Unit offices in Upper Hill where he expressed his commitment to revamping the unit to deal with corruption cases and other complaints against the police.
SEE ALSO :Police air wing gets choppersMutyambai said he would initiate a system that enhances accountability and responsibility within the National Police Service, which will expand the work of IAU to investigate corruption cases within the police service. He said the IAU would be decentralised and would operate across the country. The unit is mandated to among others deal with cases of indiscipline, including corruption, police misconduct within the police service either raised by an officer or members of the public. The police boss also called on members of the public to make the best use of the available channels to reach the IAU. The channels include the Anonymous Reporting Information System, postal address (P.O Box 1880 -00100 Nairobi), email–[email protected], (USSD *683#, SMS 40683, Toll-Free Line 0800721230, Mobile App ARIS NPS, & Web Form www.iau.go.ke)
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