Three officers have been removed from service after they failed the vetting process, the Police Commission has said.
A report released on Friday showed that those dismissed are Jonathan Koskei, Peter Eregae and Francis Okonya.
"In arriving at the decision, the panel considered each officer's entry qualification, integrity, financial probity, and respect for human dignity/rights," National Police Service Commission chairman Johnson Kavuludi said.
The four officers who got a reprieve are John Ochieng Owino, William Sayia, Peter Kavila, and Omar Shurie Abdi.
"They were found to be competent and suitable to continue serving as police officers," the chairman said.
SH900,000 FROM RUDISHA
During the vetting process last month, Mr Koskei, the Director of Police Reforms, was at pains to explain why he received Sh900,000 from athlete Rudisha David, who is also a police officer.
Mr Kavuludi wondered why Mr Rudisha had to bank cash in Mr Koskei’s account.
The police vetting panel was also told that Mr Eregae, the Senior Deputy Commissioner of Police II, was forced to operate from a parking lot after former police commissioner Major-General Hussein Ali locked him out of office for five months.
A session to vet Mr Okonya, officer in charge of the Banking Fraud Investigations, went into camera due to what the panel termed as matters touching on national security