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Minister commends work to improve mental health services

Kent Police and KMPT launch new Mental Health Strategy at joint conference

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PCC answers parish councillors' questions at Swale meeting

Matthew Scott's latest Question Time event took place in Sittingbourne

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Matthew Scott comments on HMIC crime data integrity report

'Highlighted serious issues that needed to be resolved urgently'

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Draft Group Statement of Accounts 2016/17 published

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