The DCI Reforms Unit was established in November 2013 at the Directorate’s Headquarters. The Unit is responsible for initiating and assessing the DCI Reforms and recommending changes for effectiveness and efficiency in performance of Directorate’s duties in line with the National Police Service (NPS) Act 2011. The Unit’s responsibilities are anchored on the following pillars:

 Pillar 1    Legislative Policy and Institutional Reforms

 Pillar 2    Police Accountability Reforms

 Pillar 3    Police Professionalism Reforms

 Pillar 4    Administrative Operational Preparedness and Logistical Capacity Reforms

 Pillar 5    Monitoring  and Evaluation Systems


  • 1. To oversee transformation of the DCI into efficient, effective, professional and accountable Security Agency that Kenyans can trust for  their safety and security.
    2. To focus largely on operational and administrative aspects besides institutional, legal and policy areas.
    3. Periodical review of the human resource, skills development and policies.
    4. Periodical review of tooling, logistical and technological capacity and recommend the necessary changes to sustain modern security management.
    5. Coordinate and cascade DCI Reforms to the FCIOs, RCIOs, CCIOs and the SCCIOs for implementations.
    6. Design a continuous Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism to fast-track DCI Reforms.