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It will now be mandatory for all private security guards in the country be registered in order to employed to serve in the sector. Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo says the registration will foster professionalism within the industry besides providing a structured framework for monitoring and regulating sector activities.

This is among efforts the government is making to transform the private security sector for efficient regulation of the industry.

Announcing the reforms in the sector in Kisumu Principal Secretary in charge of Internal Security and National Administration Dr. Raymond Omollo also presided over a sensitization forum for sector stakeholders from the Western Kenya region where he directed that all private security guards must now be registered for recognition.

 Omollo also commissioned the C&M private security training institute in Kisumu to serve the lake region. The PS also called for partnership with local and international investors for the sector’s growth and transformation.

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