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Matthew Scott is the Kent PCC

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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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Matthew Scott welcomes Kent Police being judged outstanding for accuracy of its crime recording

HMICFRS inspection finds Kent Police records 96.6% of crime reported to it

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Continuing the biggest recruitment drive in Kent Police’s history

PCC plans to increase council tax to recruit another 180 fully-warranted police officers

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You have just over 48 hours left to apply for money from the PCC. We're looking to fund projects which will offer specialist support to vulnerable victims of crime. See https://t.co/ZKhim7IYb6 for grant criteria, conditions and to apply online. ***DEADLINE 12noon on FRIDAY*** https://t.co/j2qqOYu9hK

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Motorists are advised that the coastbound carriageway of the #A21 near #Sevenoaks has now reopened following an earlier incident. The London bound carriageway is expected to remain closed until later this afternoon. https://t.co/xZh8pahDhM

Another #SaferInKent community Q&A. Today, @MatthewScottPCC is speaking to and taking questions from @CanterburyCCUni students. Talking about: 👮🏻More funding for @kent_police recruitment. 🗣PCCs as a voice for victims of crime. 👍Mental health and wellbeing. https://t.co/AWowf057r6

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Calling all @CanterburyCCUni @MAD_CCCU #journalism #media students... @MatthewScottPCC will be in the Atrium Cafe in Augustine House this morning to answer any policing questions you may have for research / project / dissertation purposes. https://t.co/paaXfzZe8c

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The Offensive Weapons Bill will make it harder for young people to buy knives online. The Bill will also ban public and private possession of weapons such as zombie knives and knuckle dusters. Find out more: https://t.co/CNP2xhEIAo https://t.co/QHHq9hAtLo

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