Officers By Day, Thieves By Night Using Government Guns. FTP

At least 625 cases of police officers being involved in crime have been reported in the last 10 months.
The reported cases cut across the Administration Police (AP), the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and regular police.

Statistics at the police headquarters, Vigilance House, and the internal affairs unit of the police paint a grim picture of the men and women entrusted to protect lives and property of Kenyans.

The numbers have shot up from 488 cases reported within the same period last year, according to sources.
This translates to about 62 cases of police officers being linked to crime every month and two cases every day.
Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai in April failed to resolve the issues of police officers getting involved in crime during a meeting he called after his appointment.

At the time, police officers from an elite DCI unit based at Parklands DCI offices had been arrested and detained at a roadblock manned by regular police officers in Kitengela on suspicion that they were escorting contraband ethanol.

The meeting called at the IG’s Jogoo House office failed to reach an agreement on the matter after DCI chief George Kinoti accused DIG Edward Mbugua of failing to reign in his officers for allegedly harassing his officers.

The incidents range from officers seeking the Sh50 bribes at police roadblocks to more complex cases but not limited to murder, robberies, extortion, kidnapping, gunrunning and drug trafficking, among other serious crimes.

This will get worse as the economy deteriorates

Thats why uhuru needs to do away with the curfew.