, NAIROBI, Kenya Feb 16 – The National Police Service is set to adopt radical reform measures in a move to redeem its eroded public image.
Officials spearheading the reform agenda say it will be anchored on four key pillars.
He says the reforms mainly focus on respect of human rights and effective delivery of service to the public.
The service will also enhance measures meant to curb graft from the lowest levels of delivery following complaints of inefficiency by officers in tackling crime in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta last week directed the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to ensure reforms in the service are implemented to be able to achieve the desired results.