Police Vetting and its challenges in Kenya - Chris Gitari
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Police Reforms And Police Vetting In Kenya: Auditing This Reform Agenda”

The open forum seeks to audit the ongoing police reform agenda and to evaluate the efficacy of the police vetting process in contributing to the broad police reform agenda and especially in restoring public trust in the National Police Service. Is the NPSC, spearheading the vetting process, doing more to ensure that the public engages in a sustained manner? Is there a comprehensive communication strategy supported by appropriate infrastructure? What is the level of commitment by NPSC, NPS and top political leadership towards deep transparency and accountability in the process? Does the public feel that there is a clear eyed vision about the overall goal of the process? The forum will thus provide a platform for the various stakeholders to audit the status of implementation of police reforms agenda including the vetting process and to make suggestions towards strengthening both processes.

Christopher Gitari is a human rights lawyer and an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. He has extensive experience and training in constitutional and public law, transitional justice, and dispute resolution (mediation).

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