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2019 Kenya Police Salaries: What police officers earn monthly

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Currently, the highest paid police officer takes home Ksh 283,540 while the lowest paid police officer earns Ksh 35,870 per month. The highest possible job group is S which attracts the maximum pay.

Here are the full details on the monthly salaries that police officers in Kenya earn:

JOB GROUP GRADE INPOST CURRENT BASIC SALARY PROPOSED BASIC SALARY % INCREASE
F PG1 70,485 17,190 18.760 32,880 35,870 9
G PG2 13,318 22,410 42,660 24,440 46,570 9
H PG3 4,576 30,750 45,540 33,560 49,690 9
I PG4 1,890 33,990 50,220 37,100 54,790 9
J PG5 6,383 36,300 53,820 39,630 58,700 9
K PG6 1,295 40,080 59,220 43,750 64,590 9
L PG7 242 45,540 70,530 49,690 76,910 9
M PG8 290 48,660 73,020 53,090 79,780 9
N PG9 627 59,220 85,890 64,690 91,920 9
P PG10 277 98,040 130,590 101,120 134,700 3
R PH11 91 143,790 187,890 148,310 193,800 3
S PG12 11 180,090 274,890 185,760 283,540 3

 

These monthly salaries came as a 3 per cent to 9  per cent salary increment on what police officers were previously earning.

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