Busia county newly recruited enforcement officers completed their four-day orientation, training and drill on Friday with the zeal to put their training skills into practice.
The exercise at Busia County stadium was led by county Head of Security and Enforcement Mr Mathew Ekakoro and his deputy Mr Milton Maloba.
The team comprises of the successful individuals from across the county with a minimum grade of D from the Kenya National Examination Council.
The objective of the training is to arm the crew with physical fitness. In addition, the training was meant to equip them with the basic knowledge and expertise in security rules, traffic, administrative rules as well as the knowledge of the county and national government administration.
They will be categorized in various sections which includes among others traffic Marshalls, prosecution, investigation, first aid, group, VIP protection and enforcement of revenue collection among others.
The new recruits will also undergo further training in various governments security colleges to enable them to be empowered with various security skills in security disciplines; this will enable them undertake enforcement duties. The officers including 91 constables, seven corporals and one senior superintendent will then be posted to various sub counties.