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Friday, August 22, 2014  
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National Citizen Service challengeI’ve been on secondment at CXK – a young people’s charity based in Ashford – working with young people and at the same time using it is as an opportunity to seek the views of young people on policing and how safe they feel in their communities.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working as an assistant on this summer’s National Citizen Service (NCS) program. The aim of the program is to inspire young people and encourage social mixing between 15-17 year olds from different backgrounds, culminating in the young people carrying out a social action project.
During week one, we took the teams from ...

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Monday, August 18, 2014  
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FamilyReading and listening to recent comments about troubled families has struck several chords with me.
As a teacher for most of my working life, I have been that person knocking on a door and asking why a child is not at school. I know that it is rarely as simply as a young person saying 'I don’t want to go'. Problems are complex and often not within the remit of one, single organisation to solve.
Children witnessing abusive relationships between their parents don’t want to go to school. Leaving the home means leaving someone that they love at risk.  Staying with them may help solve the immediate ...

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Friday, August 15, 2014  
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PC Passing out ceremonyPolice officer numbers in Kent have been boosted today, following the passing-out ceremony for forty-one new police constables.
The new officers were formally welcomed into the force by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes, and the Chief Constable of Kent Police, Alan Pughsley at the ceremony, which marks the successful completion of the Kent Student Officer Training Programme.
Mrs Barnes said: ‘I was delighted to join the Chief Constable today in welcoming these officers into Kent Police.
‘These men and women have made the ultimate commitment to protect and serve our communities and help maintain Kent as a safe place to live, work and visit.
‘Investing in ...

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014  
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Online meetingKent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes, and the Chief Constable of Kent Police, Alan Pughsley, will be answering your questions in a live web chat on Wednesday 20 August from 6pm.
If you have any questions or comments on policing in Kent, this is your chance to put them to the two most senior policing figures in the county.
The session will last for one hour, and to take part simply visit www.kent.police.uk/onlinemeeting and follow the link to the web chat.
If you have a question but you’re unable to join in live, send it in advance to communications@kent.pnn.police.uk and it will be answered during ...

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014  
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Listening to the radio as I drove to work I was delighted to hear one of our Kent MPs say that funding to the police should be "ring-fenced”.
I couldn’t agree more. As I have said before, losing 700 officers and 500 members of staff cannot go by unnoticed. With more savings to find, there are few areas of policing that can escape the effects of continued cuts.
During the interview, Gordon Henderson (Sittingbourne and Sheppey) told members of the rural community to make sure that all crimes are reported. Absolutely - this is what I tell people time and time again. Without every crime being reported, ...

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