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Elsewhere, Other Jurisdictions – May – July 2022

July 28, 2022; Mombasa Kenya

IPOA Chairperson Anne Makori cautions police over polls, reports Nation Africa, Capital News and The Standard

July 4, 2022, Uganda

The Independent, Uganda, reports on findings of a research into bribery within the police and the role of oversight agencies, like IPOA in Kenya.

June 30, 2022, Alexandria, United States

The death of George Floyd triggered off an agitation for civilian police oversight in the United States. Read latest reports of State of Virginia

Nairobi, Kenya

Why the National Forensic Laboratory at DCI headquarters was long over due; IPOA Chairperson Anne Makori writes in the Daily Nation.

Nairobi, Kenya

Discourse on upcoming IPOA Regulations, reports K24

Eldoret, Kenya

Squatters in Sirikwa file complaint against police brutality at IPOA offices in Eldoret town, reports

Siaya, Kenya

Police officers lined up for charges in Siaya, Homa Bay Counties following IPOA investigations, reports The Star, Shahidi News, Kahawa Tungu

Nakuru, Kenya

The Independent Policing Oversight Authority (Ipoa) is investigate the fatal shooting of a student, reports The Standard.

Mombasa, Nakuru; Kenya

KBC and Tuko news reports the progress into the fatal shooting of a student in Nakuru.

Hopes are alive for family whose kin died in Mombasa as trial continues in court, as reported by Tuko news.

Nakuru, Kenya

On Sunday, June 12, police are reported to have fatally shot a school girl, while another survived with bullet wounds in Nakuru. IPOA has taken up the matter, Reports, KTN News and Nation.Africa

Mombasa, Kenya

Two police officers accused of hiding IPOA investigations file, Reports the Star


The strive for effective policing and at the same time ehnacing modalities for oversight and accountability by law enforcement agencies is acknowledged  the world over. Read the Executice Order as published by the White House, and as reported by Wasington Post.