Sub-County CIOs undertake 6-week course training to boost their work

The Director, DCI Mr Mohamed I. Amin presided over the official closing ceremony of the Sub-County Criminal Investigations Officers course held at the National Criminal Investigations Academy.

The 6-week course was undertaken by officers in the rank of Chief Inspectors of Police that are aspiring to head investigations at the Sub-County levels.

The selected participants were drawn from all DCI units and regions countrywide, who were equipped with the requisite skills pertinent to improving their management and investigations standards for efficient service delivery to the public .

In his remarks, Mr Amin expressed his confidence that the course objectives had been met, calling upon the participants to exercise professionalism and ensure close supervision of the officers under their command for the smooth running of their duty stations.

The DCI Chief also emphasized the need for the commanders to be alive to the crime trends in their areas of jurisdiction, noting that modern technologies had to be embraced in order to crime at bay.

Amin thus encouraged the officers to make good use of the National Forensic Laboratory, saying it was a useful tool in analysing exhibits collected from various crime scenes.

He was accompanied by the Director Training Mr Edwin Kamau, AIG, Director Operations Mr Richard Mwaura, CP, Director Crime Research and Investigations Bureau Mr Dennis Okadapau, CP and the Deputy Commandant NCIA Mr Michael Mwenze among others.

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