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Wednesday, April 23, 2014  
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Ann Barnes speaking to publicAnn Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, will be holding her next Surgery day next month in Thanet.
 
The Surgery sessions provide members of the public with an opportunity to discuss policing issues or concerns with the Commissioner in a private setting at a one-to-one meeting.
 
It’s just one of the ways to meet Mrs Barnes, who promised to be the most visible and accessible Police and Crime Commissioner in the country.
 
The Surgery will be held on Thursday 15th May at Thanet Gateway, Cecil Street, Margate, CT9 1XZ.
 
The Commissioner said: ‘I hold lots of public meetings all over the county, but sometimes people have cases or issues ...

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014  
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Ann Barnes in WhitstavleAnn Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, has given her backing to Whitstable Rotary Club’s plans to sponsor a junior version of the charity.
 
At a meeting of the club last night (Tuesday 22nd April), she spoke to members and their guests about her role and plans for the year ahead.  Ann told them: ‘The work Rotary Clubs do in their communities is really brilliant. You’re there in the background; a safety net, if you like, for so many people.’
 
She also gave an update on her Youth Commissioner, Kerry Boyd, who started work earlier this month and was delighted to hear that students from Whitstable Community ...

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014  
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Kerry and Ann at Youth NgageKerry Boyd, the Youth Commissioner, has taken part in a Youth and Health Sports Day event held at Elite Venue, Kings Farm in Gravesend with 11 – 25 year olds.

The event run by Youth Ngage - a project by young people for young people - aims to use sport as an entry point into bringing youngsters from all backgrounds in North Kent together, to bridge the gap in the relationship between them and the people in authority in order to encourage responsibilities among youths and raise positive  role models in the community.

Around 60 young people attended the event which saw Kerry outline her ...
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Thursday, April 17, 2014  
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Ann with young peopleI firmly believe that once a young person is in the Criminal Justice System, it’s very hard to get them out again. It’s part of my Police and Crime Plan to educate young people and divert them away from crime and anti-social behaviour, so I’m delighted that I’ve been able to find the funding to launch a new Youth Diversion Fund.
 
Young people are often demonised in our society, but I am committed to helping put an end to this. Our young people live in the society that we have created for them, and I truly believe we need to invest in them to help prevent ...

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Thursday, April 17, 2014  
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Meet the Commissioner event Gravesend with Youth CommissionerMembers of the public turned out in force to meet with top officials from the police – Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes, and Kent Chief Constable, Alan Pughsley – as well as the new Youth Commissioner, Kerry Boyd.
 
Around 70 people attended the event held at Gravesham Borough Council chambers. The event marked Kerry’s first official public engagement, and was an opportunity for Gravesend residents to voice their concerns and have local policing questions answered in an open-forum.
 
Hot topics included anti-social behaviour, crime figures, domestic abuse, hate crime, and the recent budget cuts.
 
The Commissioner, Ann Barnes, set up the ‘Meet the Commissioner and ...

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