Chief Justice Martha Koome launches the Nakuru Alternative Justice System (AJS)

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In the spirited efforts by the judiciary to decongest its workload and expedite the delivery of justice, the Nakuru County Police Commander Madam Beatrice Kiraguri joined the Chief Justice, Lady Justice Martha Koome, for the launch of the Nakuru Alternative Justice Systems (AJS) model in Nakuru City on Tuesday, May 17, 2022.

The court is an avenue for people and entities to settle cases and claims through an arrangement besides the traditional court system.

The model is tipped as a grand hybrid design that blends the autonomous Alternative Justice Systems (AJS) and the Court Annexed Alternative Justice System mechanism and seeks to offer an alternative resolution to conflicts unique to Nakuru County.

In addition, the concept will rid courts of petty crimes and further improve relations between law enforcement agencies and AJS clients.

Madam Beatrice Kiraguri, in her remarks, lauded the CJ and the judiciary for the process that she mentioned would free the justice system of the enormous workload and subsequently allow courts to handle serious cases expeditiously. She assured participants of NPS’ commitment to the success of the programme in the County.

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