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THE ePOLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE APPLICATION PREREQUISITES
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E-Police Clearance Certificate Application (Adult)
You can apply for, Police Clearance Certificate (Good Conduct) and pay for it online. You can pay using mobile money, Credit and Debit Cards.
Steps of application
- Read the instructions carefully then fill the application form.
- Select the mode of payment and pay for the police Clearance.
- Download and print two(2) copies of your invoice, and one copy of your C24 on both sides On an A4 paper
- Present the C24 and invoices with an original National ID for adults and Original Birth Certificate for minors, to the DIRECTORATE OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS for fingerprint processing
During the submission you need the following:
- Downloaded TWO(2) copies of the invoice and ONE(1) copy of the C24 printed on Both sides of a C24.
- Applicant in Person.
- Original ID card and its Photocopy or Birth Certificate & its copy for those under 18 years.
- Must allow his/her fingerprints and palm prints to be recorded on a prescribed fingerprint form C24.
Police Clearance Certificate fees Kshs. 1050
Ensure you are using your eCitizen account to apply for your own Police Clearance Certificate. Applications applied on behalf of others will be rejected
During submission, you must come with original documents and photocopies of the same.
PRESENT THIS APPLICATION TO DIRECTORATE OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS FOR FINGERPRINT PROCESSING ONLY.
Please Note under 18 years who are Kenyan Citizens make an application under the parents eCitizen account.
FOREIGN CITIZEN (Relocated to other countries) ALL AGES
Must present him/herself with a certified copy of his country’s passport with documentary prove that he /she ever resided in Kenya for 6 months or more.
Must pay Kshs.1000.00 or its equivalent and obtain the official receipt from our foreign mission or submit the cheque payable to Director of Criminal Investigation at Nairobi-Kenya.
Must allow his/her fingerprints and palm prints to be recorded on a prescribed form at the nearest Police Station in the present country of residence.
The application consisting of original payment receipt or cheque, a certified copy of passport, document of proof of resident in Kenya and fingerprints must be forwarded officially with a covering letter from the official fingerprinting agency or Kenyan mission to CID Headquarters Nairobi-Kenya through post or runner.
FOREIGN CITIZEN (alien in Kenya) ALL AGES
Must present him/herself with original and copy of his country’s passport with documentary proof that he /she has been a resident in Kenya for 6 months or more. Document from his/her employer or training institution in case of expatriate, Valid work Permits, or Dependants passes. Students will have to produce pupils passes accompanied with relevant testimonials and/or certificate proving the completion of the course, amongst others, are relevant documents.
Must pay Kshs.1000.00 and obtain the official receipt from the cashier at CID Headquarters Nairobi.
Must allow his/her fingerprints and palm prints to be recorded on a prescribed form (C24 or P20) at the CID Headquarters Nairobi.
FOREIGN CITIZEN (refugee in Kenya) ALL AGES
Must present him/herself with original and copy of UNHCR valid mandate letters. Movement pass from transit centre or refugee camps is also mandatory. Recommendations from other government or non-governmental organizations are not accepted.
Must pay Kshs.1000.00 and obtain the official receipt from the cashier at CID Headquarters along Kiambu Road in Nairobi.
Those in other areas should be advised to apply in Nairobi where all competent authorities are stationed to verify the above documents.
Must allow his/her fingerprints and palm prints to be recorded