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Kent Police Update - June 2020

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18 June 2020

Kent Police
Since my last article, Ramsgate has lost one Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) but the good news is we have gained two more PCSOs and one more Police Constable (PC).

This means that Ramsgate now has five PCSOs and three PCs. This is great news for all Ramsgate wards.

We have been working hard throughout the winter to assist the Thanet Winter Shelters to get as many homeless people as possible off the streets and into the shelters.

Ramsgate PCSOs have been working hard with Ramsgate Town Council, Thanet District Council’s Street Scene Enforcement, and local businesses to clean off and repaint over graffiti, and will continue to do so. Graffiti can be reported in many ways. Key information on graffiti can be found here: www.thanet.gov.uk/graffiti

With three PCs now based in Ramsgate, they have more powers to be able to assist enforcement, reducing anti-social behaviour and putting dispersal orders in place when needed. These measures make Ramsgate a more enjoyable place for all.

PCSO Jones and I will continue to hold our monthly surgeries at Ramsgate Library, once normality resumes. Please look out for posters around the town and on Twitter @kentpolicethan for other dates.

Ramsgate Police Station is normally open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. When the station is closed there is a yellow phone outside the front entrance that can be used to report any issues, with a direct line to the control room at Maidstone HQ.

Incidents can be reported via 101 or online via Kent Police website. If you see any crimes in progress, please call 999.
Written by:
PCSO John Litchfield 58708
Kent Police


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