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Tuesday, July 22, 2014  
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PCSO and Police OfficerRecruitment to join Kent Police as a police officer or Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) is now open.
The force is looking for outstanding individuals to help keep the county safe through the prevention and detection of crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour.
Ann Barnes, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner said: `It’s fantastic news that Kent Police is opening its doors again to bring in new blood to the organisation.
‘To do this in the face of budget cuts shows how committed the force is to protecting front line officers and staff and delivering visible community policing to the people of Kent – I hear time ...

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014  
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Kent Police logoThe formal introduction of the Code of Ethics for police officers and staff has been welcomed by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes.
The College of Policing’s Code sets out standards of behaviour for every police employee – whether they are a frontline office or a member of staff – and will apply to more than 220,000 officers, police staff, contractors and volunteers.
The Code sets out policing principles and standards of behaviour; including accountability, fairness, conduct and integrity. It will also help guide decision-making by providing a framework to give support when facing complex ethical judgements, allowing individuals to account for their decisions and ...

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014  
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Brook Theatre, ChathamThere’s another chance to meet the Police and Crime Commissioner next month – in Chatham – at the next Surgery day.

The Surgery sessions provide members of the public with an opportunity to discuss policing issues or concerns with the Police and Crime Commissioner in a private and confidential environment at a one-to-one meeting.

The Surgery will be held on Wednesday 6th August at the Mayor’s Parlour, Brook Theatre, Chatham, ME4 4SE.

The Commissioner said: ‘I hold lots of public meetings all over the county, but sometimes people have cases or issues they want to talk to me about that aren’t suitable for a public setting. If that ...
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Tuesday, July 8, 2014  
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Police with young peopleMore than £40,000 is being given to 16 groups working with young people across Kent.
The successful groups range from those working with young people on the verge of becoming involved in serious crime to those struggling to cope with bereavement.
The organisations made successful bids to the Youth Diversion Fund set up by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes in April.
Groups were asked to show how they would do the following:
•    Divert young people from crime or anti-social behaviour
•    Look to positively address potential risk-taking behaviours
•    Look to engage with vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups

In total 39 bids were received and each application was ...
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Thursday, July 3, 2014  
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VictimThe further development of a centre to help victims of rape and sexual assault in Kent has received a major cash boost.
It was announced on Thursday (3 July 2014) that the Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner had made a successful bid for funding for the centre from the Government’s PCC Competed Fund.
The bulk of the £149,861 that has been awarded to Kent will enable the on-going development of the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) to enable victims of rape to be able to self-refer to the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC). Currently referrals can only be made after an allegation has been ...

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