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See where we're hiring police officers in your area

The Home Office has today confirmed the officer recruitment targets for every police force in England and Wales for the first year of the unprecedented drive to increase their ranks by 20,000 over the next three years.

What Boris Johnson’s proposed Brexit deal means

As Boris Johnson has rightly said, we are coming out of the EU on October 31, come what may. MPs promised to respect the result of the referendum. More people voted to leave than have ever voted for any political party in any general election. Parliament has voted to trigger Article 50.

Matthew Scott elected Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner

Matthew Scott has been elected Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner after a long campaign. On the day of the count, the first round of counting showed the Conservative vote achieved 88,398 votes and UKIP took 73,299 votes.

An Interview with Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott is a man with a plan. A six-point plan in fact, and one that he hopes will win him the post of Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner when the county goes to the polls in May this year.

Matthew Scott proud to support Time to Talk Day

Matthew Scott was proud to support Time to Talk Day 2016 by pledging to talk about mental health for Kent. The awareness day was run by Time to Change, a mental health campaign run by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness. Matthew was taking part in the national conversation about mental health so that we can break the stigma and make sure people know they are not alone.

Matthew Scott selected as Kent's PCC Candidate

Kent Conservatives would like to take the opportunity to congratulate Matthew Scott on his selection as Conservative Candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner in next year’s elections.