The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) is looking for volunteers (Independent Custody Visitors – ICVs) across Kent to visit Custody suites to check on the welfare and conditions of those held in police cells and report back to the PCC. This can be as often as once a month. In addition, ICVs attend training sessions, between two and four panel meetings a year, and an Annual General Meeting. The time commitment required is around three to five hours a month and all ICVs are asked to carry out at least one night-time visit a year (between 10pm and 6am).
The PCC’s recruitment drive closes on 1st July.
More information about ICVs, and the application form, can be found here:
June 2019 – Public urged to check vaccination status after confirmation Measles confirmed in Canterbury.
Public Health England (PHE) South East is urging people in Canterbury to check they are up-to-date with two doses of MMR vaccine following five confirmed cases of measles in the area.
Further information is available here.
Following the recent inspection, Wickhambreaux C of E Primary School has been deemed ‘Outstanding’ by the Church of England Education Office inspector. To view the report, please click here.
For details of forthcoming Kentish & Stour Partnership activities, please click here.
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