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Event hears that collaboration between different sectors is a key route to justice.
The force is failing to equip its ranks with even regulation materials.
Police forces arbitrarily arrest and extort money from ordinary citizens.
State agencies accused of failing to fulfil their mandate.
2 Oct 14
Allowing a presidential staffer to sit on the selection board for top police chiefs looks like a reverse for efforts to depoliticise the force.
30 Sep 14
Government urged not to politicise or oversimplify deep-rooted problems.
30 Sep 14
Show highlights failings in the justice process and provides vital information on reporting crime.
26 Sep 14
Witness claims promises of life abroad and education for his children persuaded him to incriminate defendants.
22 Sep 14
Analysts say authorities have failed to design a coherent counter-terrorism policy.
22 Sep 14
Concern at trend towards assigning lawyers to represent victims rather than letting them choose their own.
16 Sep 14
Calls for proper local consultations on construction projects.
11 Sep 14
Defence team argues that prosecutors have already had a long adjournment and that the case should now be closed for want of evidence.
5 Sep 14
Fatou Bensouda tells judges that Nairobi continues to withhold information, but she refuses to drop case against Kenyan president.
23 Aug 14
Observers warn that wide-ranging changes are needed to combat recent wave of militant strikes.
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