Last week, I spoke out about the announcement that has been made by the Treasury about the revaluation of the police pensions.
Every year, I run my Annual Policing Survey, so that I can understand what issues are important to you, your family and your neighbourhood.
In response to scrutiny, police forces up and down the country have been improving how they record crime, which is good news for victims. In Kent, we have seen improvement from 84% accuracy to the mid 90s.
The Violence Reduction Challenge is my response to the emerging issues we are seeing nationwide with crime, whether it be county lines, gangs, drugs, domestic abuse, sexual violence and public order.
Hate crime is real and it is still happening across the country. There are many who still wish to divide us on the basis of their hate and target religions, races, gender, disability and other characteristics in order to do so. We cannot allow them to succeed.
I was pleased to be invited to speak at a debate in Parliament this evening on the challenges faced by UK Policing, businesses and others of cyber crime and fraud.
I was honoured to be invited to the Lord Ferrers awards in London today, which celebrate the contribution made by volunteers in Policing.
100 new Police Officer recruits turned up at Kent Police Training College this morning to begin their careers. ONE HUNDRED. No one could remember a larger single intake when prompted this morning.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be publishing a series of graphics about the things that I am doing to support residents and keep our county safe.
In this post, I’m bringing together all of the featured articles about my work on Brexit, both standing up for the people of Kent and making sure that national law enforcement bodies’ views are heard as the Conservative Party spokesman for PCCs.