Police Commission Relocates from Westlands to Kes.2.49 Billion Towers in Nairobi CBD

July 10, 2024

The National Police Service Commission (NPSC) has moved its offices from Sky Park Plaza in Westlands to the Nairobi Central Business District.

In a public notice issued on Tuesday, the Commission announced its new location on the 6th floor of CBK Pension Towers on Harambee Avenue.

“This is to notify the general public and our stakeholders that we have relocated from Sky Park Plaza, Westlands to the 6th floor of CBK Pension Towers, Harambee Avenue,” the notice stated.

Constructed at a cost of Kes. 2.49 billion, the CBK Pension Towers was officially opened by former President Uhuru Kenyatta in May 2022.

President Kenyatta noted at the time that the building was fully financed from the internal resources of the Pension Fund, with no contributions from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). The imposing 27-storey skyscraper features six basement levels and includes space for a Kenya currency museum, offices, conference rooms, and other amenities.

NPSC explained that the move aims to enhance collaboration, productivity, and satisfaction for its employees and stakeholders. By relocating to the Nairobi Central Business District, the Commission hopes to provide a more accessible and efficient environment for its operations.

The National Police Service Commission (NPSC) is one of the independent commissions established under Chapter Fifteen of the Constitution of 2010. Established under Article 246 of the Constitution, NPSC took over the human resource management function of the Police Service, a responsibility previously handled by the Public Service Commission. The creation of NPSC to oversee the human resource functions of the National Police Service is not only anchored in the Constitution but also stems from the findings and recommendations of various government-appointed task forces on the role of the Police in providing security and maintaining law and order.

To reach the NPSC, the public can call 0709099000, email [email protected], or send mail to P.O. BOX 47363-00100, Nairobi.

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