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Police Absract Form (Appendix 4)

The Kenya Police Service have been providing the abstract form to Kenyans for reporting incidences of lost or damaged important documents like the national Identification Card, Passport, ATM cards and other important documents.
The applicant completes the form with their names, address, and stating the lost or damaged document. The Officer in charge complete their part and stamps the document.
In most incidences the completed abstract form stands in for the lost or damaged document when transacting business.

Compliants Against the Police

In line with the Police reforms, the Kenya Police Service avails a form for complaints against a police Officer by any Kenyan citizen.
The applicant must state which station their complain falls, where and when the incident happened and a brief description of what transpired.
Provide contact details of any witness, and any details of the Police Officer involved In the incident together with the complainant’s contacts.

Medical Examination Form (Form P3)

The famous and largely infamous form in Kenya could be the Police P3 form. It is liked by many while at the same time dreaded by many who find themselves in confrontation with the law one way or the other.
The first part of the form is completed by a Police officer requesting examination from a medical doctor in favour of the victim, or aggrieved party. They provide their names, age, address, date and time of the alleged offence, giving a brief details of the alleged offence.
Part two, section A of the form is completed by a medical doctor after examining the victim. They state the conditions of the clothing, give general medical history and the general physical examination.
The B section is completed after section A, and in all cases of assault, including sexual assault. It entails the site, situation, shape and depth of the injury, age of injury and the probable assault weapon used as well as any treatment administered before examination and the degree of harm.
Section C is completed in alleged cases of sexual offences, and after Sections A and B. it highlights the nature of offence and the estimated age of the person examined. It is divided into two parts; male and female complainant and details of injuries are outlined here.
Section D is set out for the male offender. The man accused of any sexual offence. The descriptions of extent of their heinous act is penned on these slots.
After additional remarks by the doctor, he/she append their name, signature and date.
Kenya Police

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