Police salary scale 2023-2024. Following the conclusion of a job appraisal procedure by the National Police Service Commission (NPSC), police officers will start receiving a pay raise this month.
Eliud Kinuthia, the chair of the NPSC, announced during a news conference on Wednesday that the wage review was made in conjunction with the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC).
“To ensure this is successful, we have worked closely with the SRC,” Kinuthia affirmed.
The police service’s uniformed officers and civilian employees are included in this third round of compensation reviews.
Kinuthia emphasized that this procedure adheres to the Constitution’s schedule for civil worker pay reviews.
Police salary scale 2023-2024
He underlined that the upcoming report from the task team headed by David Maraga has nothing to do with this review.
“We are not interfering with the current process. Between a constitutional commission and a task force, there is a distinct difference in their respective mandates, the speaker said.
The third round of increments began in 2019 with the release of the initial circular discussing the police salary review.
- medical professionals,
- military personnel,
- police officers, and
- Those employed by the executive branch are among those who will benefit from this distribution.
Teachers will receive the largest share of the funding among the recipients, reaching 9.5 billion Kenyan Shillings, or 44.2% of the entire budget.
Officers in the disciplined and uniformed services would earn 4.5 billion Kenyan Shillings (20.9%) after them.
Other beneficiaries include:
- State officers in county governments (4 billion Kenyan Shillings or 18.8%).
- Civil service (1.8 billion Kenyan Shillings or 8.5%).
- Other public officers (745 million Kenyan Shillings or 3.4%).
- County state officers (408 million Kenyan Shillings or 1.9%).
- Judiciary state officers (1.4%).
- Executive state offices (126 million Kenyan Shillings or 0.6%).
- Parliament state officers (78 million Kenyan Shillings or 0.4%).