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The Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner

Matthew Scott is the Kent PCC

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PCC welcomes calls for improved response to violence and exploitation

Matthew Scott attended a summit on gangs hosted by the Children's Commissioner

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Diverting more young people from a life of drugs, exploitation and crime

PCC and Home Office announce £800,000 for the St Giles Project to combat county lines

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Matthew Scott talks local policing with local representatives

The PCC has recently met with Kent's MPs and parish councillors

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PCC looking to enhance services in Kent for victims of crime and abuse

Groups can bid for up to £50,000 to support victims with their recovery

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latest tweets

Tweetsby @PCCKent

Kent PCC's Office Retweeted

Robust stance against knife crime to continue following Operation Sceptre successes in #kent https://t.co/lZAWk7vQA3 https://t.co/eyJLEAOMy3

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Kent PCC's Office Retweeted

“Chief Constable’s decision to roll out Taser far wider in the force is really good news as is the support offered by Kent’s PCC,” Kent Police Federation Chair Chris Carter tells @BBCRadioKent tonight https://t.co/ulkS56nAoq

Kent PCC's Office Retweeted

I’m delighted that @kent_police’s Chief Constable has publicly announced at my Performance and Delivery Board just now that more frontline Officers who want one can have taser. I’m pleased to have supported his case to me. Vital we #ProtectTheProtectors and help keep them safe. https://t.co/nnsZ6WENyA

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Kent PCC's Office Retweeted

A significant step forward for @kent_police to #ProtectTheProtectors Initiative led by the Chief Constable Alan Pughsley & supported by our @PCCKent @MatthewScottPCC https://t.co/zeQn2XW6Et

GOOD NEWS: @kent_police Chief Constable has today announced that all officers who wish to have a Taser, and who can pass the necessary training, will have one. #ProtectTheProtectors Funding has been approved for his roll-out by @MatthewScottPCC. Read his comments below 👇 https://t.co/DX6hNaKcM7

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