It was an action-packed meeting when the New Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai met the Director of Criminal Investigations at the DCI headquarters in Gigiri.
The new police boss has been on a familiarization tour with various arms of police, that has seen him visit the AP base, GSU, and now the dCI headquarters.
Mutyambai succeeded former IG Joseph Boinnet who reigned for the last four years since his appointment.
Mutyambai, at the time of his swearing in, promised to look into the welfare of police officers, deal with corruption, and heighten the collection and investigations into criminal intelligence.
Human Rights activists had earlier on given Mutyambai a 100-day period to achieve some deliverables upon marking the first 100 days in office.
These were the reduction of extra-judicial killings, ending unlawful police detention, among other pressing demands laid down by the activists.
DC George Kinoti since his swearing in, has rubbed shoulders with the high and mighty, promising to reign graft.
A section of politicians have, however, accused him of playing to the gallery of President Kenyatta.
He maintains that he can never be cowed by pressure from politicians.