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Matthew Scott is the Kent PCC

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Victim Support launches first online 'live chat' service in Kent

Victims now able to get help in a fast, convenient and discrete way

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Matthew Scott wants better protection for emergency response drivers

PCC calls on Kent MPs to back Emergency Response Drivers (Protections) Bill

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New Restorative Justice service launches to give victims a voice

A safe way for victims and offenders to engage in conversation to repair the harm caused

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Kent Police graded Outstanding for Legitimacy three years in a row

Matthew Scott congratulates the force on another positive HMICFRS report

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It's actually not that "rare" as @MatthewScottPCC has been supporting the force's recruitment plans since he came into office, to make us all #SaferInKent. If you'd like to serve your community, click on https://t.co/6PrmcrSr9b https://t.co/PXCqtbhZsU

Kent PCC's Office Retweeted

The PM has appointed Tracey Crouch as Minister for Loneliness to combat social isolation, which affects up to 9m in the UK. The appointment accepts points made by the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness & is a vital step in trying to end the acceptance of loneliness for good. https://t.co/eAJuaIwLCP

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Thanks for the mention of our new Live Chat service. To access all of our services give this link a click https://t.co/3NPPlp95n7 https://t.co/vFZHEGfPtT

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👋 Ever considered #volunteering? We’re looking for volunteers to play a new role in community policing in #Maidstone, #Sevenoaks, #Tonbridge and #TunbridgeWells. #Couldthisbeyou? Be quick! Closing date for applications is 29 January! https://t.co/Utn6Q8Bf7m https://t.co/ycsBFZtPMF

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Had a really productive day in London briefing some of our local MPs on my plans to invest in up to 200 new Police Officers and 80 members of Police Staff. Also had the chance to see @NickHurdUK, the Policing Minister, and share the good news. https://t.co/oRNPMMf4xC

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