council tax precept
As Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Scott sets the policing precept - the portion of your council tax bill which funds policing and community safety initiatives.
He is currently inviting people to have their say on his draft funding proposals for Kent Police for 2018/19. Click here for more information and to have your say.
The deadline to feedback views is 27 January 2018.
safer in kent plan
The OPCC has produced a report which summarises the feedback received from the Safer in Kent 2017-2021: Autumn 2016 survey.
In addition the raw data has been made publicly available within a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. In order to protect the anonymity of individual organisations’ feedback, the names of organisations have been replaced with a description of the type of organisation which responded. The PCC invites members of the public and partners to review the spreadsheet and draw their own conclusions.
This feedback helped the PCC create his Safer in Kent: The Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan for 2017-2021.
restorative justice survey
Read our report summarising the feedback received from the 2016 Restorative Justice survey. Thank you to all who responded.
This feedback has helped shape the provision of Restorative Justice services in Kent beyond October 2017.