Harassment, public complaints cause a clean-up of Shauri Moyo Police Station

After a series of civilian complaints against policemen at the Shauri Moyo Police Station in Nairobi, all the officers attached the station have been directed to leave.

The officers have been moved and ordered to leave to their new stations by February 27.

This is due to complaints of harassment by the public and crime surge in the area.

Officials explained the move by Deputy Inspector General of Police Njoroge Mbugua followed an incident in which a civilian was shot and seriously injured in a mistaken identity case.

A new team has been moved to take over the vacancies.

The changes are part of ongoing restructuring processes in the provincial administration.

The former provincial administration was restructured to accommodate the new commissioners.

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