The DCI on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with United Kingdom and Northern Ireland on acquiring new equipment to be used to fight terrorism.
The unit, is set to get crime scene investigations kits that will be used during anti-terror operations.
DCI boss George Kinoti noted that the deal will help enhance security in the country.
“This is a big boost as it comes at a time when terrorism is an issue in our country.
“We will prudently use them,” remarked Kinoti.
The agreement comes after the UK in 2018 had offered to fund and expand the counter improvised explosive device (C-IED) training facility to a regional center that was given the go ahead by President Uhuru Kenyatta last Thursday.
The new facility will be constructed at the Embakasi Garrison in Nairobi.