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Welcome to our monthly newsletters, providing updates on the many activities that Usalama Reforms Forum has been organizing. It shows the impact its interventions is making and gives the communities a voice to explain what is happening on the ground. Moreover, each month, one of Usalama's partners is interviewed.

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June & July 2014: Crime Observatory
Usalama conducted training in 12 communities on the newly revised crime observatory forms and crime clock system. Tonita Murray, UNODC Advisor on gender issues and Service Standing Orders is interviewed.
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May 2014: Status of police reforms and vetting
Usalama launched its monitoring report on "status of implementation of police laws and public perceptions on police vetting process". Mr. Gitahi Kanyeki, Deputy Director Internal Affairs Unit is interviewed.
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April 2014: Internal Affair Unit
Usalama together with Saferworld helped the Internal Affairs Unit develop brochures for sensitization on their mandate. Dr. Steve Ouma, consultant on Alternative Justice Systems is interviewed.
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March 2014: Service Standing Orders
Usalama forum made a major achievement in the ongoing police reforms with the launch of the draft Service Standing Orders together with the National Police Service. Anneke Osse, consultant on police and human rights is interviewed.
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January & February 2014: Model Police Station
The model police station in Voi was officially handed over to the police after eight months of engagement of the community and refurbishment of the building. This month we interviewed Elijah Agevi, CEO of Research Triangle Africa.
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December 2013: Youth based violence prevention initiative
Usalama Reforms Forum started a new community initiative on Youth Based Violence Prevention. Mrs. Sarah Mount from Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative is interviewed.
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November 2013: School based violence prevention initiative
Usalama Reforms Forum started a new community initiative on School Based Violence Prevention. Sean Tait, from African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum based in South Africa is interviewed.

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October 2013: Family Transformation

Usalama Reforms Forum started facilitating a new community initiative on Family Transformation. In the interview Mr. William Thwere Okelo, Chief of staff of the office of the Inspector General speaks about the review process of the Service Standing Orders.
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August & September 2013: Police Station Reform
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July 2013: Alternative Dispute Resolution
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June 2013: International Conference
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May 2013: Training
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April 2013: Community Safety Forums
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March 2013: Election Security
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