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National Police launch digitized occurrence book

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The National Police Service has on Friday launched a digital occurrence book (OB) at the Kasarani Police Station.

The digitized occurrence books will ensure transparency in the police department and every record fed will remain permanent in nature.

Unveiling the new system was police boss Hillary Mutyambai at the same Kasarani Police Station.

Information fed into the new system will be able to be made available to all levels and departments ruling out previous concerns on accountability.

Since 2017 the government has been pushing for the digitization of its system as Kenyans complained of long lines and slow service delivery.

Acquiring previous records have also been a problem as much time will be spent at the station, something that will end after the launch.

Berryl Achieng
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