The National Crime Research Centre (NCRC) is a State Corporation under The Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government established by an Act of Parliament, the National Crime Research Act 1997 CAP 62 Laws of Kenya.
The Centre is mandated to carry out research into the causes of crime, its prevention and to disseminate the research findings and recommendations to Government Agencies concerned with the administration of criminal justice, NCRC’s stakeholders and the public. The establishment of NCRC is in line with the International best practice where research has provided critical information on what works to impact on crime and disorder and has helped to generate programmes that can assist Agencies in the criminal justice system.
Advisory on Containment and Management of the Spread of Corona Virus Pandemic in Local Contexts and Realities of Kenya.
Globally, there are 438,749 confirmed cases of COVID-19; 19,675 deaths and 111,895 recovered (WHO, 2020; John Hopkins, 2020). In Kenya there are 25 confirmed cases (GoK) - with Nairobi, Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale and Siaya accounting [...]
Majority of Kenyans engage in agricultural activities as the means of their livelihood that make agricultural sector as the mainstay of the Kenya economy. Activities such as crop production and livestock rearing in which communities [...]