Being a police in Kenya is among the most prestigious professions one can ever get. The profession comes with status and good standing in the community. However, people have always wondered how much in Police these people take home at the end of every other month. So, today, lets look at Kenya police basic salary and allowances in a more simplified way.
Infomation reaching Just40days investigative Team as follows
1. All graduates constables to be paid graduate salary immediately after submitting his or her cert. just like any other paid graduate Constable as its their right unless all graduates remain unpaid.
2: All degree holder officer to be considered as graduate despite getting below C+ in KCSE so long as his or her cert. were verified and approved as genuine by the school or the exams body, or one had a diploma coz the employer has not powers to abolish degrees without C+ as earlier were trying to penalise.
3: All officers with degrees to be considered genuine graduate either they studied with course approval or not so long as they are genuine and accredited one as many wrote the letters but not approved.
4: The pay for graduate officer should b paid immediately from the day of graduation so long as the officer was already in the service on the time of graduation and if one was enlisted with the degree then pay should b from the date of enlistment.
5: But not much important , any graduate officers should be promoted to the rank of inspector on completion of atleast 3yrs in the service.......
According to salary payment notifications of some officers, they would get as low as Ksh 50 this month while others get nothing. Some even received notifications of negative pay credited to the Sacco accounts.
The notices, sent by the Police Sacco since Friday, have goaded the officers, some of whom have drafted resignation letters as others plan to sue the commission.
"This is the only organization where a Standard Eight dropout, a Form Four leaver who scored a D-in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination, an undergrad and postgraduate get a similar pay," a cop told JUST40DAYS on Saturday
5. Discrimination in employment
(1) It shall be the duty of the Minister, labour officers and the Industrial
(a) to promote equality of opportunity in employment in order to
eliminate discrimination in employment; and
(b) to promote and guarantee equality of opportunity for a person who is
a migrant worker or a member of the family of the migrant worker,
lawfully within Kenya.
(2) An employer shall promote equal opportunity in employment and strive to
eliminate discrimination in any employment policy or practice.
(3) No employer shall discriminate directly or indirectly, against an employee
or prospective employee or harass an employee or prospective employee—
(a) on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other
opinion, nationality, ethnic or social origin, disability, pregnancy,
mental status or HIV status;
(b) in respect of recruitment, training, promotion, terms and conditions
of employment, termination of employment or other matters arising
out of the employment.
(4) It is not discrimination to—
(a) take affirmative action measurers consistent with the promotion of
equality or the elimination of discrimination in the workplace
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19 Jan, 2019  0  Comments
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