I was back in the village for my latest question and answer session with residents earlier today.
Here’s my video message for Mental Health Awareness Week.
Today marks the third anniversary of my first day in office as Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has set aside £1million to invest in projects which aim to cut violent crime in Kent and Medway.
Article first appeared on Conservative Home in March 2019.
The Home Office has provided the force with £4.3 million in relation to the UK leaving the EU.
This week, the Home Secretary has summoned Chief Constables to London for another meeting about the response to violent crime, following further murders outside of our county. It is absolutely vital that we all work together – Police Chiefs, PCCs,…
Matthew Scott, Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, cut the ribbon to formally open the extension at Maidstone and Mid Kent Mind’s Offices in College Road on Friday morning, 1 March. Matthew was among a number of supporters who helped fund…
I stopped at Maidstone services recently during one of my cross county journeys recently when I bumped into a couple of Kent’s Roads Policing Officers.
Matthew Scott, Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has welcomed a report published today that provides stark warnings about the number of young people involved in gangs and the response of statutory agencies across the country.