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TCP2 Activity Report – May 2015

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Date: July 20, 2015

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INCIDENT/ CRIME TRENDS

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

Theft

  1. On 4th May 2015 at 1600hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a sponsor reporting a case of theft at Greystone. On arrival, the team found that unknown suspects had stolen 7 metres of dam liner between Saturday and Sunday. The guards who were on duty in those two days were asked to record a statement with the police. Investigations are ongoing.
  1. On 22nd May 2015 at 1410hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a scene of theft at Turaco Farm. On arrival, the team found that 80 litres of diesel fuel had been found missing. The store keepers were asked to record a statement with the police. Investigations are ongoing

Suspicious Characters

  1. On 10th May 2015 at 0730hrs, The Kenya Police and TCP2 responded to a call from a sponsor reporting a case of suspicious characters in his compound. On arrival, the team found that suspect had entered the compound. Upon interrogation, it was discovered that the man had a mental disorder. The suspect was let go.

Mobile patrols / spot checks

In May, the TCP2 team carried out 20 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

287.97 Litres

Total number of kilometers covered

1897 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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