Matiang’i commissions inaugural training for Cadet officers


“When we look around us, we all agree that the security challenges and threats we are faced in today’s world are different from those in the 70s. There is an urgent need to build capacity in the Service through quality training that is essential in creating faa favourable attitude towards police work and, more importantly, address the major shortcomings within the service.”

Matiang’i said upon completion of the program, the cadets will use the knowledge and abilities acquired through the training to make a difference in Kenyan society.

“Our goal, therefore, is to transform prisons from punitive to rehabilitation centres. This requires officers with specialized skills in a myriad of fields,” he said.

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