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... purposes within the guidelines spelt out in the communications and brand manual.
97. The National Police Service, Kenya Police Service, Administration Police Service logos are an important visual for Service and crucial to its brand awareness and identity and the logo shall be used only in official communication and...
(2) A police officer contacted by the media about posts on their social media sites that relate to whole Service or part, shall talk to their superiors and the police media relations office before responding. Corporate Identity.
...and media. 96. (1)Police officers shall take all reasonable steps to identify and avoid associations with people, groups or organizations that are involved in any activity that is incompatible with the National Police Service role to uphold law.
... posting on official social media sites. (2) Social media groups shall be operated by well known account administrators or by group members and such groups registered to the respective media relations office at the respective Service headquarters. Improper associations...
95. (1) To avoid any risk of inadvertently posting inappropriate, confidential or sensitive information employees are encouraged to instead forward the images or information to the media relations officer at the respective Service headquarters for assessment and...
... (g) remove any material posted on social media if uncertain whether such posting would amount to a breach of the law and seek advice from a senior officer. Authorized disclosure and social media groups.
Investigations as an entity or to individual Service colleagues; (f) not put to the public any unauthorized or confidential materials including training videos, police notes, and suspect’s interview videos which discloses police methodology to the public; and ...
(d) avoid comments on, suggestions or hints at matters that are likely to be currently under investigations; (e) under no circumstance make offensive comments about National Police Service, Administration Police Service, Kenya Police Service and Directorate of Criminal...
... or otherwise embarrass the government; (c) avoid posting documents classified as confidential, however, inks or references of documents on official websites or social sites are acceptable and the act is not an offense;
... and the good reputation of the police Service whether on duty or off duty. (2) In posting to social media sites in a private capacity police officers shall— (a) be clear it is a personal opinion; (b) avoid posting material that may bring the Service into disrepute,..
(4) Members of the Service shall not identify themselves either directly or indirectly on social media site as employees of National Police Service Commission. On-line activity. 94. (1) Every Police officer shall behave honestly and in a way that upholds the values...
(3) A police officer identifiable as such who posts offensive, racists, tribal, or obscene material on their personal social media site, shall be in breach of this order and shall be subject to a disciplinary procedure.
... Service, Administration Police service, Kenya Police Service, Directorate of Criminal Investigations in part, or to compromise the officers ability to serve the government of the day in a politically neutral manner.
... employment with the National Police Service. (2) Members of the Service shall not refer to their position or profession when expressing an opinion or participating in public debate in a private capacity and any comments shall not be seen to represent the National Police...
93. (1) Police officers as public citizens shall have the right to enter into public debates and comment on social, economic or any other issue, however, any comment shall be made strictly as a private citizen and be separate from, and avoid any reference to matters of or...
... media policy. (2) Spokesperson appointed from the office of the Inspector General or respective Service headquarters are responsible for representing the Service externally on matters concerning communities, crimes, or policing Public comment as a private citizen.
Public comment and police employment. 92. (1)Employees shall not, in their capacity as national police employees purport to make any official comment in social media about any incident, police policy or procedure without prior authorization and in accordance with the....
employees use social media in a private capacity, especially if they identify themselves as National Police Service employees either directly or as part of a user profile, or if they can be identified as working for the National Police Service via the content of their posting.
....community newsletters, government access cable television shows, web sites, public appearances by agency members and public area bulletin boards, Personal use of social media Order. 91. This order sets standards that shall be followed when National Police Service...
USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE - NPS SSO Page 260-262. Link: nationalpolice.go.ke/downloads/cate… Alternative methods to disseminate information. 90. The Service shall to pursue alternative methods of disseminating information directly to the public including...
This Friday we discuss traffic offences and their penalties. Log in and join the discussion. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel for regular updates relating to the.@ODPP_KE mandate. #HakinaUsawa #ODPPcafé
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Welcome to the #ODPPcafé this morning and engage with. @ODPP_KE Prosecutors as they discuss traffic offences and their penalties. Use links below to join. youtu.be/4H-0nSV4MQc facebook.com/ODPPKenya/vide… #HakinaUsawa #ODPPcafé
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This week we discuss traffic offences. Join and engage us on all matters relating to prosecution of such offences. #HakiNaUsawa #ODPPCafe
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PRESS RELEASE Security Provision During Bonchari By- Elections.
The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.- JP
Use of unprescribed registration plates by by motor vehicle and motor cycle owners. Via @ntsa_kenya
...from the vehicle and not fixed. /3
....of identification plates of the prescribed design and colour on which is inscribed the identification mark of the vehicle or of the general dealer’s licence: Provided that identification plates used under the authority of a general dealer’s license may be suspended .../2
12. Vehicles to carry identification plates (1) No motor vehicle or trailer registered under this Act or driven under the authority of a general dealer’s licence shall be used on a road unless there is fixed thereto in the prescribed manner the prescribed number.../1 @Ma3Route
We wish to CAUTION Members of the Public against engaging in Online Transactions with Companies, Agencies and/or Individuals they have no credible information about, to avoid...Via DCI twitter.com/DCI_Kenya/stat…
Happy Easter Holidays to all who are celebrating.
Therefore, ignore this. ~>
We are aware of a parody account whose admin tweeted misleading information this evening. Please note.. ..The hours of the ongoing nationwide curfew are revised to commence at 8:00pm and end at 4:00am daily in the zoned area effective tomorrow Saturday, 27th day of March, 2021.
Shortlisted candidates for NPS Cadet Inspectors.
1/ Traffic Act (CAP 403) kenyalaw.org/lex/actview.xq… 105. Inspection of vehicles (1) It shall be lawful for any police officer in uniform to stop any vehicle, and for any police officer, licensing officer or inspector— (a)to enter any vehicle; @Ma3Route
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Don't fall prey to this group.@KenyaCopyright does not recognize, endorse nor approve the group’s activities. The group is neither related or connected with the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) and/or the music CMOs. @DCI_Kenya @NPSOfficial_KE @PoliceKE
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WANGIRI FRAUD What is Wangiri fraud? It entails receiving missed calls from international numbers you don’t recognise on a mobile/fixed-line phone. The fraudsters generating the calls hope that their expensive international numbers will be called back so that they can profit. twitter.com/DCI_Kenya/stat…
What is a phishing attack? Phishing is a form of social engineering. Phishing attacks use email or malicious websites to solicit personal information by posing as a trustworthy organization. For example, an attacker may send email seemingly from a reputable credit card... twitter.com/DCI_Kenya/stat…
The vehicle KCZ-729C has been detained in Wanguru Police Station in Mwea.twitter.com/NPSOfficial_KE… twitter.com/Tabbykanyungu/…
We wish to inform the public that this statement is fake and did not originate from @DCI_Kenya. Kindly disregard it. twitter.com/NPSOfficial_KE…
The Kenya Defence Forces is pleased to announce to the public the 2021 Recruitment Drive. Click the links below to get more details. ka.mod.go.ke/wp-content/upl… we.tl/t-LOLmp6ow2b
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Therefore, it is important to raise people's cyber literacy by providing them with necessary guidelines and improving their resistance to social engineering techniques through phishing simulations. - PERF
#CyberSafely Cyber Tip: Teach your employees the basics of cyber hygiene. As long as your employees keep opening phishing emails or using weak passwords, the risk of being breached will remain high.
Happy New Year To You all.
We wish you all a Merry Christmas. 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄
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