The Kenya Film Classification Board wants a police unit established to crack down on child pornography.
KFCB CEO Ezekiel Mutua says sex exploitation of children had reached alarming levels and asked the government to move with speed and establish the unit.
Mutua says that once established, the force should be attached to the board.
According to Mutua, foreigners have taken advantage of the weak laws and are making illegal films and selling them abroad earning millions of dollars.
More than 26 cases of child pornography cases that were reported in the past three years, none of them has been concluded with the culprits going about their business as usual.