Public can inspect until 14 June
Complete our online form to invite the PCC to your event
Let us know your experiences of crime in the countryside
Read the PCC's plan for delivering policing in Kent
Take part in the PCC's latest public consultation and see results of recent surveys
Details of grants awarded, and how to apply for funding
Matthew Scott announces recipients of money from his Mental Health and Policing Fund
PCC: 'It's important to highlight those who are working so hard to deliver this positive change.'
PCC welcomes drive by Kent Police to recruit more staff to work in the Force Control Room
Members of the public are able to inspect and challenge the accounts until 14 June
The PCC has extended an open invitation to Mr Javid to come and visit Kent
It’s UK Says No More Week.
#WhatICanDo is help those who have experienced domestic or sexual abuse.
With @kent_police, we are trying to give more people the confidence to report. Pls call 999 in an emergency or 101. You’ll be supported.
🔄Pls share my helpline: 0808 1689276 https://t.co/CgnBLWamhD
You have until 10 June to take part in the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey. Do you feel crime is increasing in your area? Are you worried about being a victim? Are the police doing enough to combat crime?
It's important to take part - please go to https://t.co/NQssZopir3 https://t.co/nmFwJQE4k4
This is really important - please watch and share this video and help those at risk of going missing https://t.co/n4EiWvepJH
Can you take an action during #DementiaActionWeek?
There are so many ways we can all help someone living with dementia and their family.
Listen. Learn. Ask. Become a dementia friend.
Visit https://t.co/T0jSAOOcsK to show your support.
🔄 Please retweet 🔄 #DAW18 https://t.co/vjhS8nwu5W
Myths + misconceptions still exist, and these can lead to victim-blaming, silence and shame. NO MORE. This UK SAYS NO MORE week, challenge the behaviours that keep rape culture alive #WhatICanDo https://t.co/hEE3Wn8GPM