Emergency response vehicles to be fitted with tracking devices
Nine One One (911) Group Limited have unveiled a fleet of over 50 high powered security emergency response vehicles fitted with tracking devices and alarms to be used in times of emergencies in Nairobi County.
The National Police Service (NPS) and Emergency Plus Medical Services have partnered with Nine One One Group to offer protection to customers during emergencies, a move aimed at providing the county residents with effective service delivery in times of need.
Speaking during the Launch at Uhuru Gardens on Friday, 911 Group Chief Executive Officer, Charles Omondi lauded the good working relationship existing between the company and the NPS in Nairobi, which he said had enabled the company to secure and help customers.
“Partnership with the NPS is the core component of our operations. This investment is not only strengthening the efficiency and sustainability of security services we provide in the country but is also our commitment to continue contributing to the nation’s well-being,” he said.
Omondi said by investing through advanced communication and geo-positioning technology which is backed by an aptly trained staff and a responsive leadership team, they will deliver value to their stakeholders.
“We have fully embraced technological advancements in our undertakings and are continually innovating new solutions that integrate the latest technology to provide convenient, yet cost effective services to customers,” said Omondi.
Peter Ndung’u, a representative from the office of the Inspector General urged the group to embrace Information Communication Technology to enable them reduce the response time.
The launching of the new fleet comes as a result of the rising cases of insecurity in Nairobi.
By Adelaide Kamau/Keziah Amuli