PIONEER OF DIGITAL OB THE NEW FACE OF KENYA POLICE SERVICE, VERY SMART AND INTELLIGENT

Officer Ivy Wangila the ever smartly dressed and intelligent officer during her duties of changing the youthful generations within the Country slums by motivationally inspiring the youth to work hard towards archiving their valid dreams. PHOTO /CORRESPONDENT

The inspector General National Police Service of Kenya during the launch of digitalisation of the occurrence book at Buru Buru Police Station Nairobi County Kenya. PHOTO /CORRESPONDENT

Officer Ivy Wangila at work. PHOTO /CORRESPONDENT

During the launch of digital occurrence book at Buru Buru Police Station Nairobi County Kenya. PHOTO /CORRESPONDENT

Smartly dressed Ivy Wangila at her work Station Kasarani Police Station Nairobi County, on duty as a civilian officer. PHOTO /CORRESPONDENT

PIONEER OF DIGITAL OB THE NEW FACE OF KENYA POLICE SERVICE, SMART AND VERY INTELLIGENT

By Chris Ojow

As the World goes digital in entire operations,

the National Police Service of Kenya is also

initiating the digital platform in their daily

operations with a recent launch of digitalising

the popular OB (occurrence book) which is set

to be initiated in all Police Stations

Countrywide.

The Occurrence Book (OB), is a book used to

record daily complaints in all Police Stations

where the public, accused, accusers and the

authorities can refer on recorded issues for

possible actions and even the entire public can

also follow the ongoings at the Country Police

Stations, transparency restored in line to the

Country New Constitution.

A youthful Kenya Police Officer Ivy Wangila

Stationed at Nairobi Kasarani Police Station,

Nairobi County is excited to be part of the

pioneers in initiating and launching the historic

transformation from analogue Officers to

Digital generations.

Where the Country Cabinet Secretary for

Internal Security and National Coordination Dr.

Fred Matiangi together with his Counter part

from the ICT Hon. Joe Mucheru accompanied

by the Inspector General of National Police

Service Hillary Mutyambai, the Deputy Inspector

General were hosted by the OCPD and OCS of

Buru Buru Police Station Nairobi County during

the launch of the digitalisation of the Country

famous Occurrence Book (OB).

As one of the Pioneers, the youthful Officer with

the rank of CPL, were eradicating the traditional

notion of unprofessional conduct and weeding

out the malpractice of a few rotten potatoes

within the discipline men and women of honour

in line to offering speedy, quality services and

transparency within the National Police service.

Apart from her ever smiling, humble and always

smartly dressed Officer the true Ambassador of

the Kenya National Police Service, Ivy Wangila

immediately after Joining the Country Police

Training Institution famously known as Kiganjo

training college, due to her courage and

leadership qualities, she was chosen to be the

overall squad leader for the entire nine months

of training.

Leaders instill in their hardworking colleagues a

hope for success and to belief in themselves

while empowering them to accomplish their

goals.

Within three years, Ivy Wangila was awarded a

promotion on merit to the rank of Corporal by

the Country National Police Service Inspector

General Hillary Mutyambai after being one of

the National Police Service Initiators of Digital

Occurrence Book (OB) .

Where the Country National Police Service has

no option but to keep pace with the Global

evolution of crime, as they strive to provide the

first-class service to the Citizens of Kenya.

Youthful Officer Ivy Wangila advises the

young generations and the future leaders in the

Country to stay away from drugs, crime and

they should work hard towards archiving their

valid dreams.

Driven by passion, her happiness is to see

Citizens satisfied by the services offered by the

National Police service of Kenya.

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  1. Mary Tindo
    August 25, 2020 at19:35 pm

    Great.Congratulations Ivy..