The Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti together with the UK High Commissioner Nic Hailey and the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji are at the Coast regional police Headquarters for the groundbreaking ceremony of the ATPU construction site.
The Anti-Terrorism Police Unit new center will serve the coast region in combating terrorism crimes.
DCI Director has thanked the British government for its contribution and partnership in our country’s undertakings, particularly in security.
“I thank the British govt for its contribution & partnership in our country’s undertakings, particularly in security. They have consistently & generously worked closely with us to ensure that we have the right capacity & training to combat terrorist activities,” he said.
Kinoti has also revealed that previous cooperation between our two countries on training and capacity building has enabled several DCI Kenyan officers to receive specialized training related to Counter Terrorism.
“ Through support from both the local and international communities by way of sharing intelligence, we have been able to deter several terrorist incidences and contain some,” said Kinoti.
The ATPU Mr. John Gachomo the other officials have planted trees to commemorate the ceremony.