This research explores cases of police brutality in Kenya during the election period. It explores cases of police brutality in post-police reform period from 2010-2018. The study is done qualitatively, through content analysis, mainly a review of newspaper and articles detailing cases of police brutality in Kenya. These data are analysed thematically in regard to the research question. The findings of the research in relation to the research question found that the police brutality is still happening in Kenya, mostly during the elections period. The study further found that there is an ingrained culture of police brutality, which is influenced by historical, contemporary social-cultural and structural dimensions. I concluded the study with implications of the findings, with respect to the theory and the research. Further, the study offers suggestion to the reform policies within the context and adherence to the constitution. The suggestion offers two approaches, from below and from above. The approaches suggest; establishing grassroots policing, encourage community policing, reviewing the police recruitment, reviewing the police training curriculum, expanding financial and manpower support to the Independent Policing Oversight Kenya (IPOA), lay down proper parameter which will totally separate Police from executive authorities, and addressing the socioeconomic status of the police officers.