Embakasi Police Training College bans family members from attending recruits’ passing out parade

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 24 Nov, 2021 10:43 | < 1 min read
Officers at Administration Police Training College- Embakasi in a past event. PHOTO/COURTESY

Police recruits in Embakasi Training College school who are scheduled to graduate at the end of the month have raised concerns after they were barred from inviting visitors during their pass-out day.

In a memo seen by K24 Digital, James Kamau who is the Commandant of the National Police College, Embakasi Campus issued orders on how the day’s activities will be carried out.

The pass-out is scheduled to take place on Monday, November 29 and the day’s program will kick off at 9:00 am.

K24 Digital has also established that the recruits and staff at the college were also warned not to give out the details of the memo to the public.

According to Kamau there will be no inviting of civilians, family members or friends.

“There will be no inviting of civilians, family members or friends. Staff members and other officers who would wish to attend must wear their respective working dresses,” the memo read in part.

The Embakasi college’s commandant also said that there will be no visitors who will be allowed inside the institution from November 24.

“This order takes effect from Wednesday, November 24 when the Inspector General of Police will be the chief guest reviewing the parade and will remain in force until Monday, November 29,” the memo read in part.

Kamau further said that failure to comply with the order will attract severe disciplinary action to both the recruits and the staff.

According to him, the order is among measures put in place to enhance security in the light of prevailing threats to terrorists attack to both the Embakassi College.

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