DCI Chief Lauds Detectives Who Have Served The Country With Honour

The Director DCI Mr Mohamed Amin has congratulated both serving and retired detectives who have served the country with honour and pride and called upon others to follow suit.

While acknowledging individual officers whose contributions in the Directorate left an indelible mark in the lives of Kenyans, Mr Amin lauded their ingenuity and adherence to the demands of the constitution, pointing out that there was no room for a contrary practice.

“I acknowledge with profound admiration the individual efforts of every honest, virtuous and incorruptible officer serving in the Directorate, and give you the assurance of my full support. You bear the badge of honour and respect, and posses immense powers in your duty to delivering justice to Kenyans. These powers must not be misused,” he said.

Mr Amin made these remarks at the Carnivore grounds last evening, during the DCI 2023 New Year’s party, which was uniquely held at the beginning of the year as a symbol of unity of purpose and a shared vision for the Directorate.

The colouful event which brought together over 1,500 DCI officers from across the country also saw various officers both serving and retired rewarded for their dedicated service.

While congratulating the DCI for the milestones it has realized in the recent past, the Chief Guest in the event Mr Eliud Kinuthia who is the Chairman of the National Police Service Commission, said that the Directorate’s contribution to policing remained pragmatic, and expressed optimism that the institution would remain in a trajectory of professionalism.

Other guests who graced the event included the Director of Public Prosecutions Mr Noordin Haji, NPSC Commissioner John Ole Moyaki, Mr Davis Lumwatu, representing the DIG Administration Police Service among other stakeholders, partners.

Mr Amin further thanked the organizing committee of the event for the meticulous planning and the corporate organizations that funded the colourful event.

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