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120 security cars for Machakos County

Thursday January 30 2014

Some of the 120 police cars revealed during the launch of the Machakos security programme by Governor Alfred Mutua on January 30, 2014. Photo/BOB ODALO
Some of the 120 police cars revealed during the launch of the Machakos security programme by Governor Alfred Mutua on January 30, 2014. Photo/BOB ODALO
The Governor plans to double the fleet in the next financial year.
The Governor plans to double the fleet in the next financial year. Photo/BOB ODALO
The patrol cars are to be fully serviced and fuelled by the County Government, the Governor said on January 30, 2014.
The patrol cars are to be fully serviced and fuelled by the County Government, the Governor said on January 30, 2014.
The Governor says police patrol is key in boosting security in Machakos County.
The Governor says police patrol is key in boosting security in Machakos County.
Governor Alfred Mutua says the move will create an environment for a 24-hour economy and thus provide employment, generate wealth and fight poverty.
The move is aimed at creating an environment for a 24-hour economy.
40 police dogs are to be used in all villages and towns to track criminals.  
40 police dogs are to be used in all villages and towns to track criminals.  
Side view of a Machakos Inspectorate Security car.
Side view of a Machakos Inspectorate Security car.
"Once the security organs are well equipped, community policing can begin," the Governor added.
Rear view of a Machakos Police Security car on January 30, 2014.
Rear view of a Machakos Police Security car on January 30, 2014.
500 CCTV Cameras are to be monitored and controlled at five Call Centres in Machakos Town, Athi River, Masii, Matuu and Kangundo towns.
500 CCTV Cameras are to be monitored and controlled at five Call Centres in Machakos Town, Athi River, Masii, Matuu and Kangundo towns.
Side view of a Machakos Police Security car.
Side view of a Machakos Police Security car.
By BOB ODALO
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