the case of corona virus where the guards are on the front-line screening clients in various places thus creating a threat on their lives and a demand for training in public health.
We are delighted at Usalama Forum to enter a new phase in our development as an institution. After years of investment, we have evolved to become a leading Kenyan based research and innovation agency in the field of community safety and security. Since inception, our partnerships have grown tremendously at community, national and international levels. We have also established presence in twelve counties across Kenya where we work with communities and government agencies on innovative ways of building safety and security.Through this website, we share with you stories of how our partner communities are getting involved in reducing and eventually preventing local crime, violence and disorder problems across Kenya. We also share with you how these community experiences are growing into models for possible replication and evidence base for policy work on community safety and security.
Usalama Forum is a Kenyan based Public Safety Research and Innovation Organization founded as a Police Reforms lobby in 2008 with the mandate of consolidating civil society engagement in the security sector reforms programs in the country.
Usalama’s mandate has evolved, now focused on generating, promoting good practices for community safety and security.Generating knowledge on how to build and sustain viable Community Safety Schemes; consolidate evidence for policy, future legislation
Initiatives of citizen groups on public safety and security converge at a National Conference convened by Usalama Forum to share lessons, Participate by subscribing on our social media platforms to share and view comments from us and other security interest groups
Usalama works closely with community initiatives, member organizations and relevant government institutions
I would like to commend colleagues at the Usalama Reforms Forum for their excellent work in developing The Baseline Study on the Private Security Industry in KenyaDr. Alan Bryden
I would like to commend colleagues at the Usalama Reforms Forum for their excellent work in developing The Baseline Study on the Private Security Industry in KenyaJackson Muia