The Canadian government through its embassy in Kenya has sponsored twenty (20) DCI crime detectives for an intensive training.
The said detectives, drawn from the Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau (CRIB), will undergo the extensive training on Operational Intelligence, days after another class graduated with a similar training courtesy of the Embassy.
The course is being facilitated by experts from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
During the course opening on Monday, January 29, the DCI Director Mohamed Amin acknowledged the expertise showcased by the officers who have previously undertaken similar training, noting that meticulous intelligence analysis had seen many complex cases solved.
In his remarks delivered by the Director Planning Mr Baraza Walumoli, the DCI boss conveyed the Directorate’s compliments to the Canadian Gov’t, given the high cost of training a single class on the coveted course.
While at it, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Liaison Officer Ms Magdala Turpin expressed her government’s commitment to continue partnering with Kenyan security teams in boosting capacity for operational intelligence, further urging the trainees to draw best practices from their facilitators.