DP Inspector General KP, Grace Kaindi and DP Inspector General KP, Samwel Arachi unveiling the Draft SSO
Usalama Forum participated in the development of the police service standing orders by providing the technical support required in the process.
Partners listening to the presentations during the national conference
The Overall objective of the Conference was to enable participants to deliberate on the importance of safety audits as a methodology in crime and violence prevention initiatives.
The Voi safety forum team members during the launch of the police station
Supported by USAID in partnership with Chemonics, Usalama forum renovated and furnished Voi police station. The station was handed over to the community on 19th February 2014 at Voi police station.
Isiolo Safety coordinator, Mrs Abdia Mohamed making a presentation during the 2014 safety Forum, staring is the Isiolo OCS Mr. ... and Usalama Regional coordinator Mr. Shereta Alfred
It brought together security and safety partners who discussed among other things: crime trends, Police Accountability
Recognizing the work of the police, who put their lives on the line while protection Kenyans, the Independent Policing Oversight Authority together with Rotary Club Nairobi and Usalama Reforms Forum have initiated an award scheme for Outstanding Police Officers, Premises and Detention Facilities. Do not hesitate and use Usalama's Utumishi Platform to nominate the officer or facility of your choice!
Usalama Reform Forum’s latest innovative idea is the Digitalized Crime Clock. It is a tool that will greatly assist and benefit the work of the police in Kenya. The use of manual systems to create, store and retrieve police crime records, has always proved ineffective and inefficient.This calls for a computerized system that can automatically generate local reports on a daily basis to track and tackle challanges associated with dynamic nature of crime trends. The digitized Crime Clock will make it easy to analyze, compare and compile the data.
Reports will be generated out of this data and can then be used to inform the stakeholders and members of the community. Moreover, the police can use it to increase efficiency of police operations and service delivery to the community. The overall objective of the crime clock project is to make police’s work easier, more efficient and quicker in terms of preventing crime and violence, in order to make the communities more safe and secure.
The software is being tested in 13 communities across the country