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PCSO ANNE MARTIN NEWSLETTER KINGSNORTH JANUARY 2020

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Read the latest newsletter from Kingsnorth PCSO Anne Martin 

Draft January Minutes 2020

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Draft Minutes from the January Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 14th January. 

PCSO Anne Martin December 2019

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PCSO Anne Martin October 2019

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County Lines – Support Guidance

Posted by on Aug 13th, 2019 in Community News, Latest News | Comments Off on County Lines – Support Guidance

As part of the Government’s ongoing commitment to tackle serious and violent crime, the Home Office has relaunched its County Lines awareness-raising campaign. County Lines is the term used to describe urban gangs supplying drugs to suburban areas, as well as market and coastal towns, by using dedicated mobile phone lines or “deal lines”. Gangs use children and vulnerable people to move drugs and money to these areas. Once caught up in County Lines, exploited individuals are at risk of extreme physical and/or sexual violence, gang recriminations and trafficking.

Our campaign aims to raise awareness about County Lines among frontline staff, like teachers, health workers and those working in the transport, housing and security sectors. It is these people who are most likely to encounter those young people or individuals who are most at risk.

With the right knowledge, staff will know how to spot potential victims and report concerns anonymously to Crimestoppers, or safeguard in line with their organisation’s safeguarding policy.

For information please downloadHO County Lines Partner Pack

July PCSO Reports 2019

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Our PCSO’s have been busy in July find out what they have been up by clicking on there reports below. 

If you see anything of concern please report it to the police using 101 or in emergencies 999. 

 

KENT POLICE SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS

Posted by on Jul 16th, 2019 in Latest News | Comments Off on KENT POLICE SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS

Help Make Your Community Safer

Kent Police is recruiting now for Police Support Volunteers.

You could make a real difference to your community.

A new Challenge
Use your skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to help provide a first class service protecting and serving the people of Kent. Take on exciting roles alongside Police professionals that fit around you and the time you can spare.

Volunteer roles include:
• helping with local policing
• assisting front counters
• Neighbourhood Watch support
• general administration, such as updating databases, supporting CID and other departments.
• role-playing during police training
• ……..and many more roles

Volunteers must:
• be over 18 years old
• have more than three years’ permanent and continuous UK residence
• live or work in Kent

Park Farm Playground Project – Family Fun Day

Posted by on Jun 26th, 2019 in Community News, Latest News | Comments Off on Park Farm Playground Project – Family Fun Day

Come along to the Park Farm park to celebrate the installation of two new pieces of equipment which have been paid for from money donated by the local community. 

Saturday 27th July 2019 

1100 – 1500 

Bouncy Castle, Crepes, Stalls and Games. 

Park Farm Playground Project Family Fun Day

Park Farm Monthly Litter Pick

Posted by on Jun 26th, 2019 in Community News, Latest News | Comments Off on Park Farm Monthly Litter Pick

Support the Park Farm Playground Project with a monthly litter pick every 1st Sunday of the month from 10-11am

Meet in the car park at park farm park at 10am. 

Monthly Litter Pick Leaflet Poster

Local Plan Joint Committee Meeting

Posted by on Jun 20th, 2019 in Latest News | Comments Off on Local Plan Joint Committee Meeting

Kingsnorth Local Plan Joint Committee

 

The next meeting of Kingsnorth Local Plan Joint Committee will be held on Thursday 27th June 2019

At

Formal start at 1900 in the Kingsnorth Pavilion, Church Hill, Kingsnorth

Doors open at 18.30 with items on display for informal discussion

 

  AGENDA 

  1. Welcome 
  1. Apologies 
  1. Declarations of Interest 
  1. Election of Chair

(for single meeting under existing standing orders, orders will be reviewed at next Kingsnorth Parish Council Meeting) 

  1. Approval of Minutes of 28th January 2019 
  1. Topics for discussion-
  • What planning applications can we expect within the parish over the next 4 years
  • What tools are available to residents and the Parish Council to influence the formation of those plans and their determination at planning committee
  • We can expect the Local Plan review to begin within the next 4 years, likely much sooner. How can we best influence the outcome of that process with the resources available?
  • What would we like LPJC to achieve over the next 4 years 
  1. Given the discussions: –
    1. What recommendations can the group make to Kingsnorth Parish Council now, if any
    2. What areas require further research and may then come back to either LPJC or KPC, if any
    3. Can we map out an approximation of when we may expect these issues to arise and therefore what actions are to be prioritised
    4. Is ‘Local Plan Joint Committee’ an appropriate name for the group undertaking this work or should we consider alternatives e.g. ‘Planning Kingsnorth – Joint Committee’ 
  1. Consider authorising the Chair to undertake actions involved in researching issues raised 
  1. Items for Next Agenda