The Inspector General of the National Police Service Hilary Mutyambai commended officers attached to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations for their relentless efforts in the fight against crime in the country.
Mutyambai made the remarks earlier today when he visited the DCI headquarters and toured the Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau, the DCI anonymous call centre, Homicide and other units that have been a game changer in unmasking criminals and criminal gangs from across the region.
In his address to DCI top commanders and staff, the IG lauded the important role DCI plays in supporting our two sister services,Kenya Police and Administration Police by investigating serious crimes expeditiously, making arrests and presenting suspects before court to answer to their crimes.
The IG also toured the Eastern Africa Police, Counter Terrorism Centre of Excellence.
The centre which brings together members from the 14 Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization countries, was established by the regions’ Chiefs of Police as a think tank, to among others research, share best practices and assist in the investigation of terrorism cases.
Later, the Inspector General presided over the official opening of the DCI canteen.
DCI George Kinoti thanked the IG for his visit, adding that it was an indication that he greatly valued the dedication and commitment demonstrated by every officer, working towards guaranteeing the public safety and security of every Kenyan.
Kinoti reiterated that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations remains committed and focused to its course, in the fight against all manner of crimes in the country.
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