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The powers of a chief in crime prevention start and end at his or her mouth as per the Chief s Act

The powers of a chief in crime prevention start and end at his or her mouth as per the Chief's Act.
A chief or an assistant can only interpose by begging by the words of mouth in a bid to stop one from committing any crime or alternatively order an arrest (police to execute the order).
Do our chiefs require paramilitary training? Is it necessary as per their powers and mandate?
Or rather we change our policing model to include chiefs in the service? #SipsMyGingerConcoction

 2021-01-02   Admin

(4) Comments

Indomitable Joshua Peter Mumo

2nd January 2021


But when you meet them in our villages and locations you'll think they are more powerful than the PresidentThey even in some case determine and rule in matters lands and boundaries Other demigods all they lack is finance kit


Kiyoh Nganga

2nd January 2021


Indomitable Joshua Peter Mumo do they really require paramilitary training?☺


Steve Biko

2nd January 2021


They require to be armed,to stop blaming Aps incase of crime that they were late to respond instead he/she to lead them.


Moxes Muiri

2nd January 2021


it's not bad, moreover it's something that whose time was overdue. I've heard members from where I come from openly say that the ast chief cannot arrest him, this means these guys don't respect these people but with paramilitary training these guys will be approached with lots of caution. The training is for their own good


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