Matthew Scott, Kent’s PCC, asks Kent’s Chief Constable about antisocial behaviour, COVID testing for Officers, Brexit, rural crime and court performance. Highlights from a scrutiny meeting held virtually in September 2020.
Domestic abuse and support for victims has been a key focus for PCCs during the lockdown. In this panel discussion, three charities – two from Kent and one national – discuss their experiences, the changes they’ve had to make, the extra demand for their services and what they’ve learned. The panel included: Henu Cummins, CEO…
In my latest PCC Direct question and answer session, I talk about police recruitment success, crime falling and “Outstanding” inspection reports. I also answer your questions.
Matthew hosts a panel discussion between Anna McGovern, Chair of Medway Youth Council, Adam Colthorpe of South Kent Mind and Nav Mirza, the founder of Dads Unlimited. We talk about mental health and the impact of lockdown, support for young people, domestic violence, family situations and improvements for the future. It’s OK to not be…
The question and answer session between Matthew Scott, Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, and Alan Pughsley QPM, Chief Constable. At the end of the Chief Constable’s update, Matthew asked about staff welfare provision, domestic violence, antisocial behaviour, hidden harms and mental health.
Archived episode: Francis Osei-Appiah talks about how he was groomed into joining a gang, his transformation in prison and his work to support young people in Kent.
Matthew has a great conversation with Devon and Cornwall PCC Alison Hernandez about her role and experiences, the programmes she’s working on and more.
Archived episode: ICVA Chief Executive Katie Kempen talks to Matthew about the important role played by independent custody visitors and the successful campaigns the organisation has run.
Archived episode: Matthew talks to Dads Unlimited founder Nav Mirza about mental health and being a single dad.