MESSAGE FROM THE SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER
Mr Edwinson N Wekesa
Senior Security Officer – Bomet University College
Edwinson N Wekesa holds a Bachelor Science in Criminology and Security Management (Security Management and loss Prevention) from Dedan Kimathi University of Technology and a Diploma in Security Management from Kenya Institute of Criminal Justice. Certificate in Fraud Management from school of Military Intelligence Britain (MIC), Certificate in Security and Intelligence from school of Military Intelligence (Kenya), Certificate in Record Management and Archive from Technical University of Kenya Edwinson is also a Certified Fraud Management officer. Certified intelligent officer. He is currently the Senior Security Officer of Bomet University College.
Security department is under the office of the Principal. It is headed by a Senior Security Officer who reports to the Principal. The University College operates a hybrid system of security where we have University College security staff and contracted security service provider (Best Africa Security Expert). We both work together to provide safety to lives and property in the University College.
The roles of the department in the University College are;-
• To protect lives and property
• To investigate criminal acts in the University College.
• To gather intelligence reports and advise the University College Management accordingly
• Apprehend offenders in the University College.
• Liaise with Government security agencies on matters of security in the University College.
• Conduct safety training and safety drill in the University College.
• Provide emergency response in case of fires and other disasters
• Maintaining safety equipment such as fire extinguishers, water hydrants and smoke detectors
• Advice the university management on matters of security
University like any other society is not immune to crime. Commonly reported crimes in University are;-
• Theft (stealing) – there is so much theft in University targeting laptops and smart phones. Don’t leave your valuables unattended or in plain view. Ensure that you lock your doors and windows at night when asleep and when you are away.
• Alcohol and substance abuse/ peddling drugs. Please note that students in University are now taking a wide range of drugs in what they call soft form e.g cookies baked from bhang.
• Suicides and attempted suicide
• Cooking in hostels
• Forgery and making of official documents without authority – banking slips, exam cards, fees receipts, academic transcipts
• Obtaining by false pretences
• Cyber crimes e.g cyber stalking, spoofing etc.
Crime will always occur. It does not require hardened offender. Crime requires only an opportunity.
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To be a high quality health services provider for students, staff and their dependents.
To be the preferred health care provider in workplace maintaining high quality health of staff and students by providing high achievable standards of preventive and curative health care.
Our values are:
• Professionalism and ethics
• Environmental friendliness
Through our multidisciplinary approach to healthcare, Bomet Universty College Health Unit provides access to a variety of medical needs with a full range of clinical services. This approach brings together the work of clinicians and other care providers across different specialties to ensure that our patients receive comprehensive, personalized care at our service delivery point.
Patients who require general medical services such as;
• Routine physicals,
• Evaluation of non-emergency medical complaints, and
• Follow up of medical conditions may visit the health facility.
Triage is routinely done to patients who do not have an appointment and have an urgent medical condition. Patients will be assessed and depending on the severity of the presentation, will be seen on the same day by a clinician. Urgent cases always take priority with immediate attention being offered. Patients who are seriously ill or injured may be sent to the emergency department of a local hospital.
The role of the University Health Unit in Nutrition Service provision is to equip and support members of the University College community with the knowledge and skills needed to make and implement healthy nutrition choices.
Mental Health Services
The Mental Health Service provides the following with:
• Short Term Individual Therapy,
• Group Therapy, Medication Evaluations and
• Medication Management,
• Mental Health Emergencies,
• Suicide Prevention Program.
Our laboratory processes a wide variety of test requests. Some tests are performed in the laboratory and some are sent out to designated reference laboratories.
Admission letters for 2020/2021 New students are ready and they have been send to respective emails which was registered during application. Kindly confirm or come and collect it at Bomet University College.
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