The Witness Protection Agency (WPA) is an independent and autonomous State Agency established under the Witness Protection Act, No. 16 of 2006. The object and purpose of the Agency is to provide the framework and procedures for giving special protection, on behalf of the State, to persons in possession of important information and who...

Category: Articles, NewsPost Date: March 12, 2024

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The NCAJ Standing Committee for Children Matters in conjunction with the Judiciary's Rules Committee have developed the following draft Rules under the Children Act 2022. Children (Adoption Proceedings) Ruless, 2023 Children (Children in Conflict with the Law) (Procedure and Practise) Rules, 2023- Children (Foster care) (Procedure and Practise) Rules, 2023 Children (Guardianship)(Procedures) Rules 2023 MEMO FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION-1 Kindly submit ...

Category: Articles, NewsPost Date: August 17, 2023

Fake poster circulating on Call for Protection

The Agency wishes to notify the the General public to disregard the fake Poster circulating on social Media.The poster did not originate from the Agency.

Category: NewsPost Date: August 25, 2022

Witness Protection Agency receives vehicles and equipment to boost its operations

The Agency received  a donation  of  vehicles and equipment to boost its operations in protecting  threatened witnesses in Kenya in a ceremony held on 29th October 2020 at Milimani Law Courts.The donation of three 4-wheel drive pickups and office equipment from  the European Union and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) will provide daily support to protected witnesses...

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