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NAIBOR Activity Report – June 2015

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Date: July 20, 2015

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INCIDENT/CRIME TRENDS

In June, theft cases were the most prominent crime incidents responded to by the patrol team.

Theft

  1. On 6th June 2015 at 2220hrs, The Kenya Police and Naibor responded to a call from a community member reporting a case of theft at Kimuri. On arrival, the team found that unknown suspects had stolen a 5000 litres capacity water tank and cut and damaged 16 iron sheets from a worker’s house. They had used a pickup to transport the tank but the registration number was not identified in the dark. The area was patrolled but no recovery or arrest was made.
  1. On 9th June 2015 at 1020hrs, The Kenya Police and Naibor responded to a scene of theft at a sponsor’s residence. On arrival, the team found that suspects had stolen mesh wire measuring approximately 30 meters long from a fence. Upon closer examination the team found that the fence had been stolen some days back. Police are investigating the matter.
  1. On 13th June 2015 at 2040hrs, The Kenya Police and Naibor responded to a call from a sponsor reporting a case of theft in his farm at Kariunga. On arrival, the team found that unknown suspects had gained entry into the farm, cut the wire mesh at the sheep enclosure and stolen four sheep. A search was mounted but was unsuccessful. Later a team from Nanyuki Police Station with a sniffer dog joined the search but still no recovery was made. Police are continuing with investigations.

Illegal Grazing

  1. On 28th June 2015 at 1825hrs, The Kenya Police and Naibor responded to a call from a community member at Juakali reporting a case of illegal grazing. On arrival, the team found that a cow had entered into his farm and the owner had not come after it. Later the owner came and was warned to never graze in the farm again.

Other Incidents

  1. On 16th June 2015 at 0315hrs, The Kenya Police and Naibor came across a young man who had been badly beaten by unknown suspects and was lying down. He had sustained deep cuts on his head and was bleeding heavily. He was taken to Nanyuki Referral Hospital where he was treated and later admitted.

Mobile Patrols

In June, The Kenya Police and Naibor carried out 22 night and 3 day patrols. Areas patrolled included Kariunga, KHE, Kirimukuyu, Mugumo, Murimati, Juakali, Naibor, Mogwooni Ranch, Mpala Ranch, Mpala Research Centre, El Karama Ranch, Maramoja, Oldigiris, Enasoit Ranch, Storm Resort and Mukima.

Fuel usage and mileage

Total Number of liters of fuel drawn

392.01 Liters

Total number of kilometers covered

2748 Km

Feedback

For the successful growth of the project, we invite community members to participate in the Naibor Community (policing) Project in any way that is most suitable for them. The services of the project are available for everyone in the community. We welcome your suggestions and comments that will help the project better serve the community.

The above information reflects the work of Naibor and does not reflect the records of the local police authorities. It is important to note that the local police authorities respond to incidents independent of the community policing project. However the above Naibor activities were carried out in partnership with The Kenya Police.

Contacts

Naibor Emergency Telephone No: 0712 932 015, 0775 751 815

CRDF Regional Crisis Manager, Joseph Wangai Tel: 0717 200 101

OCS Nanyuki Police Station Tel: 0722 394 152

Community Liaison Committee Chairman; Benson Mathenge Tel: 0720 947 392

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