Crime Prevention Kenya Seminar Series
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  • Welcome to Crime Prevention Kenya

    We are sponsored by Open Society and work in partnership with the Kenya School of Government and the United States International University of Nairobi.

    Take a look around to find out a bit of what we do...

  • Meet the Team

    We have a number of brilliant volunteers that help us run the Seminars each month and everything in between.

    Our Project Manager is Professor Kennedy Mkutu Agade and he has a number of project assistants as well as coordinators at the venue and back at USIU.

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  • Governors Conference 2014

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    e-Learning Course on Urban Crime and prevention 2014

    Crime Prevention Annual Meeting

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Kenyan News

Kenyan Cheif fights crime using Twitter.
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An article about the Seminar Series in the Global Herald.
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Resurgence of criminal gangs from StandardMedia.co.ke
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Our News

  • Applications for MENTOR-VIP
    Applications for MENTOR-VIP now open WHO’s global mentoring programme, MENTOR-VIP, is designed to assist junior injury prevention practitioners to develop specific skills through structured collaboration with a more experienced person who has volunteered to act as a mentor. Since its inception in 2007, more than...
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  • Urban Crime and Violence Prevention
    Urban Crime and Violence Prevention Urban crime and violence constitute a serious impediment to economic and social development globally. In many urban centers across the world, high crime and violence rates are undermining growth, threatening human welfare and impeding social development. Within this context, the...
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  • e-Learning and urbarn crime course
    The Annual Crime Prevention meeting  will be held on  January 29th – 30th. We shall also have the e-learning urban crime course offered. The Venue for this event will be confirmed closer to the date.      ...
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