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TCP2 Activity Report – June 2015

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Date: July 20, 2015

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INCIDENT/ CRIME TRENDS

In June, burglary incidents responded to by the patrol team increased from the previous month.

Burglary

  1. On 6th June 2015 at 1810hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from area chief at Makutano reporting a case of burglary. On arrival, the team found that unknown suspects had broken into a house and stolen two mobile phones, a TV set and KShs 4,000 in cash. No arrest or recovery was made. The case was handed over to Nanyuki Police Station for further investigations.
  1. On 20th June 2015 at 0740hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a community member reporting a case of house breaking at Kalalu. On arrival, the team found that a house had been broken into but nothing had been stolen. Investigations are ongoing.
  1. On 21st June 2015 at 0258hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a local sponsor reporting a case of burglary. On arrival, the team found that three suspects had broken into a house by cutting the window grill and had stolen a DVD player and two thermos flasks. No arrest was made.

Theft

  1. On 21st June 2015 at 1813hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a security supervisor at a farm reporting a case of theft. On arrival, the team found that a net measuring approximately 150 metres had been stolen. No arrest was made but the security guards were advised to record a statement at the police station as investigations continue.

Drowning

  1. On 21st June 2015 at 1915hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a community member reporting a case of drowning. On arrival, the team found that a boy child 3 years old had drowned in a water tank. The case was handed over to Timau Police Station.

Malicious Damage

  1. On 18th June 2015 at 0920hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a local sponsor reporting a case of malicious damage. On arrival, the team was informed that a neighbour had been destroying the sponsor’s fence. He was advised to report the matter to the OCS for further investigation.

Suspicious Characters

  1. On 7th June 2015 at 0920hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a security guard at a farm reporting that the farm’s alarm had sounded. On arrival, the team patrolled the area extensively but no suspicious characters were spotted.
  1. On 20th June 2015 at 2036hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a community member reporting a case of suspicious characters at Makutano. On arrival, the team was informed that suspicious characters had been spotted in the area. The area was patrolled and left calm.
  1. On 27th June 2015 at 0221hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a local sponsor reporting a case of suspicious characters. On arrival, the team was informed that the dogs had barked incessantly and she had heard movement at the gate. The area was patrolled but no one was spotted. The area was left calm.
  1. On 29th June 2015 at 0525hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a local sponsor reporting a case of suspicious characters at Milimani. On arrival, the team found that the sponsor had spotted suspicious characters in the area. The area was patrolled but no one was found. The area was left calm.

Accidents

  1. On 23rd June 2015 at 2307hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a community member reporting a fatal motor vehicle accident. On arrival, the team found that a young man had been killed by a hit and run vehicle. The body was collected by police and taken to Nanyuki Mortuary. The driver responsible for the accident later drove his vehicle to Timau Police station and reported the accident.

Mobile patrols / spot checks

In June, the TCP2 team carried out 14 night and 3 day patrols. Patrols were done at Mathagiro, Katheri, Nturukuma, Lower Check, Makutano, Miamoja, Kongoni Camp, Mwireri, Umande, Mugumo, Kwa Mwaura, Kongoni Farm, Olenaisho, Mia Moja, Kalalu, Equinox, Finlays, Pond, Colourcrops, Greystone, Mukima Ridge, Bondet, Kamuthanga, Daiga and Milimani Estate.

Fuel Usage and Mileage

Total Number of liters of fuel drawn

369.11 Litres

Total number of kilometers covered

2120 km

Feedback

For the successful growth of the project, we invite community members to participate in the Timau Community (policing) Project phase 2 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 TCP2 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 TCP2 activities were carried out in partnership with The Kenya Police.

Contacts

TCP2 Emergency Telephone No: 0717 200 102

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

OCS Nanyuki Police Station Tel: 0722 394 152

Community Liaison Committee Chairman, Lawrence Gichuru Tel: 0725 357 294

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