Criminal Investigation officers development course launched in Nairobi
The DCI deputy Director Mr Joseph Ashimala presided over the opening ceremony of the Sub County Criminal Investigation officers (SCCIO) development course for 30 officers at the DCI academy.
The course is designed to sharpen and enhance the officers’ professionalism and competency for career progression as officers of the law.
Mr Ashimala who was representing the Director DCI urged the participants to utilize the opportunity to gain skills and proper insights into the process of developing effective policies and frameworks that will enhance service delivery and aid in dismantling existing criminal networks.
In his remarks, the Deputy Director emphasized to the trainees that the program was key for their upward mobility and it will emphasize sensitization on new laws, serious investigations and financial management.
On her part, the commandant DCI Academy Ms Gatiria Mboroki, encouraged the participants to partake in the course with utmost solemnity as the expertise they will acquire will come in handy since the country is in an electioneering period.
Meanwhile, 44 other officers who were spot-talented and absorbed to the Directorate from the General Service Unit are also currently undergoing a three weeks ATPU Induction course at the Academy.
Once they are complete, they will be posted differently as investigators and to our tactical unit. This will boost the directorates’ vision of Excellence in criminal investigations for a secure and prosperous Kenya.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.