AP Spokesman Masoud Mwinyi among 63 senior officers kicked out after police vetting
By Standard Reporter | October 15th 2015
Administration Police spokesman Masoud Mwinyi is among 63 senior police officers kicked out in the latest vetting results released by the National Police Service Commission (NPSC).
Those found unsuitable to serve in the service include 28 Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs), 32 Superintendents of Police (SPs) and 3 Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASPs).
NPSC Chair Johnston Kavuludi said a total of 1,364 officers were vetted and 1, 272 have already been cleared. Vetting results for 29 officers are still pending.
“Let me assure all police officers and our stakeholders that the decisions have been arrived at after a thorough process and strict adherence to the vetting regulations and standards”, Kavuludi said in a statement on Thursday.
Kavuludi said officers were found unsuitable for a variety of reasons including human rights abuses, criminal activities, corruption, obstructing the course of criminal justice system , human trafficking, smuggling, forgery of academic certificates, submission of fake bank and Mpesa statements, unprofessional conduct and failure to provide documents or information required by the commission.
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