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Tonbridge and Malling
A total of 108 charges were authorised in April 2022, with 16 arrests also made and 18 warrants carried out.
Since its launch in February 2019, the Chief Constable's Crime Squad has made 850 arrests, issued over 2,400 charges and secured over 1,300 years in prison sentences.
Since January 2017, £20,077,309 in criminal cash and assets has been recovered by Kent Police, including close to £8 million in 2021.
His quick actions led to the arrest of a woman on suspicion of driving offences.
Between 19 and 25 July 2021, officers across the county participated in a national awareness week which is backed by the Home Office and National Police Chiefs' Council.
Burglars, robbers and weapon carriers have received more than 1,000 years in prison sentences thanks to the Chief Constable's Crime Squad.
Eglant Lleshi is wanted in connection with an attempted grievous bodily harm near Blue Bell Hill village.
Motorists are reminded to look out for suspicious activity following a recent number of car crimes in the Hadlow, Kings Hill and Sevenoaks areas.
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