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TCP1 Activity Report – June 2015

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Date: July 20, 2015

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INCIDENT/ CRIME TRENDS

In June, there was no clear pattern in the crime incidents responded to by the patrol team.

Theft

  1. On 17th June 2015 at 0940hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a security manager at a flower farm reporting a case of theft. On arrival, the team found that a suspect had been caught with three uniforms upon investigations. The uniforms were recovered in the farm and the suspect was arrested and escorted to Timau Police Station.

Assault

  1. On 11th June 2015 at 1836hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a community member reporting a case of assault. On arrival, the team found that the same community member had injured her own son by cutting his hand. The victim was rushed to Nanyuki Hospital while the suspect was arrested and escorted to Timau Police Station for further investigation.

Illegal Grazing

  1. On 13th June 2015 at 1130hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a security guard at a farm reporting a case of illegal grazing. On arrival, the team assisted in dissolution of the matter. No arrest was made.

Accidents

  1. On 3rd June 2015 at 1621hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a community member reporting a non-fatal motor vehicle accident at Kwa Nganga along the Meru – Timau highway. On arrival, the team found that a Toyota Land Cruiser and a minibus heading in opposite directions had collided. Two passengers aboard the minibus were injured and rushed to hospital. The case was handed over to Meru traffic police officers. Both vehicles were towed to Meru Police Station.
  1. On 3rd June 2015 at 1740hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to the scene of a non-fatal motor vehicle accident along Meru – Timau highway near Timaflor. On arrival, the team found that an army Toyota Land Cruiser had been hit from behind by a civilian truck. Two passengers were slightly injured and were rushed to hospital. The case was handed over to the Meru traffic department.
  1. On 7th June 2015 at 1701hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from area LCM reporting a non-fatal motor vehicle accident along the Meru – Timau highway near Timaflor. On arrival, the team found that a Toyota saloon and a Toyota Probox had collided. Eight passengers were seriously injured and were rushed to Nanyuki Hospital. The case was handed over to Meru traffic department.
  1. On 8th June 2015 at 0820hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from OCS Timau reporting a non-fatal motor vehicle accident. On arrival, the team found that a Toyota pickup and a motorcycle had been involved in an accident. Three passengers were injured and were rushed to Timau Hospital. Both vehicles were towed to Timau Police Station and the case taken over by traffic police
  1. On 16th June 2015 at 1111hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a scene of a non-injury motor vehicle accident near Sunland Roses. On arrival, the team found that a lorry belonging to the farm had been hit by another lorry. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were towed to Timau Police Station.
  1. On 18th June 2015 at 1701hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a scene of a non-injury motor vehicle accident at Embori. On arrival, the team found that a Toyota saloon had had a tire burst causing it to overturn. No injuries were reported.
  1. On 24th June 2015 at 2100hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a scene of a fatal motor vehicle accident. On arrival, the team found that a vehicle belonging to Timau Police Station had been in a self-involved accident causing the death of one police corporal.

Other Incidents

  1. On 4th June 2015 at 1054hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from area LCM reporting a case of threatening. On arrival, the team arrested a male suspect who had threatened a female community member with a knife and escorted him to Timau Police Station for further investigations.
  1. On 11th June 2015 at 1150hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a community member at Ngusishi reporting a case of handling stolen items. On arrival, the team found a suspect had been found with stolen pork. After interrogations the matter was resolved and no one was arrested.
  1. On 26th June 2015 at 2330hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP1 responded to a call from a community member at a flower farm reporting a lost child. On arrival, the team found that a 13 years old girl had been unable to find her way home. After investigation, the team managed to contact her family who came to collect her.

Mobile patrols/Spot checks

In June, The Kenya Police and TCP1 carried out 17 night and 3 day patrols. Patrol duties and spot checks were done at farms, business premises and sponsors’ homes. Areas patrolled include Embori, Sunland Roses, Siraji, Batian Flowers, Oldonyo, Timaflor, Lelwel, Timau Township, PS Daves, Uhuru Flowers, Gitumbi, Mia Moja, Ballast, Catlanos farm, Embori Farm, Jikaze Posho mill, Karimba, Black Board, Lolomarik, Kiambogo, Kisima Farm, Marana, Kisima Secondary, Marugu Farm, Betha Academy, Kwa Ng’ang’a Market, Ngusishi Market, Maritati Market, Bloomingdale Roses, Adenapple Farm, Kabubungi village and along Meru-Timau highway.

Fuel usage and mileage

Total number of litres of fuel drawn

257.7 litres

Total number of kilometres

2904 km

Feedback

For the successful growth of the project, we invite community members to participate in the TCP1 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 TCP1 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 TCP1 activities were carried out in partnership with The Kenya Police.

Contacts

TCP1 Emergency Telephone No: 0710 607 363

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

OCS Timau Police Station Tel: 0724 135 422

Community Liaison Committee Chairman; John Mwiricha Tel: 0721 916 798

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