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'My Community Voice' - A Message from Kent Police

By Parish Clerk Wilmington Parish Council

Sunday, 10 September 2023


Wilmington Parish Council Contributor


As part of our commitment to keeping Kent a safe place to live, work and visit, we’ve invested in supporting our communities. Our neighbourhood policing teams fully appreciate the impact local problems can cause. We want to work with residents and businesses to make sure we’re addressing the issues that matter the most to them, to improve things, and to make a difference to the communities we serve.

To encourage this conversation, we have launched My Community Voice (MCV) which gives local people a say in how we approach our neighbourhood policing priorities and work with our local partners. MCV is a two-way engagement tool that allows you to tell us about issues in your area and will allow us to create a personalised policing response.

Many of the issues in our communities can only be tackled by us all working together and MCV is part of our efforts to achieve this. Not everything can be solved by the police, but if the issues that are raised are relevant for other agencies such as local authorities, fire service, health and social care, we will work with those agencies to make them aware of the concerns.


When it comes to crime prevention and safety; find out what's really happening in your area by receiving regular updates from your local neighbourhood policing team and receive news from partner organisations, such as Kent Fire and Rescue Service.

The updates you can choose to receive include:

  • crime prevention
  • safety advice and information
  • the action we have taken on feedback we have received (you said, we did)
  • news
  • alerts
  • appeals
  • engagement events/community meetings
  • general policing activities
  • recruitment

Registration is quick and free. You are in control as to what you receive and can unsubscribe at any time. Become part of how we shape policing, let’s talk.

Sign up to My Community Voice

Data protection

Your personal details will be securely held under the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 and will never be shared with commercial organisations. You can unsubscribe at any time, by following the links in any of the messages you receive.

Contact Information

Parish Clerk

  • 01322 221149

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