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The Kent Police Museum is located at Faversham Police Station (which continues to be active). 

Our vision is to deliver a modern, inspiring and interactive museum, which captures the past, present and future of Kent Police. We'll also make sure the artefacts we have are safely preserved for future generations to enjoy.


All events take place at Faversham police station, Church Road, Faversham, ME13 8AL from 7pm - 8.30pm.

Tickets cost £8 and the proceeds are split between the museum and a charity of the speaker's choosing (where specified). 

Tickets can be purchased from the Faversham police station front counter during opening hours of 12-2pm Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays) or by contacting the curator (see contact details below). We accept cash and cheques. 

 Please note there is no parking available on site.
31 May 2017 Behind the Scenes with the Royals: An amusing look at the planning, security and protection of the royals on their visits to Kent.
Featuring a talk from former Detective Chief Inspector Colin Breed. 
28 June 2017 A poor kid from a rough estate to the 'Richest Prize in Sport': the Heavyweight Championship of the Word.
Featuring a talk from current Detention Office Ian John-Lewis on his rise from an amateur, pro-boxer to working for Kent Police and becoming Britain's first black international boxing referee. 
26 July 2017 The Zebrugge Ferry Disaster: The story of the cross-channel ferry 'Herald of Free Enterprise', including how and why it sank, the subsequent police investigation and the Old Bailey Trial.
Featuring a talk from former Detective Chief Inspector Colin Breed.


Contact the museum curator, Holly Wells, if you want to:

  • loan artefacts from the museum’s collection
  • collaborate or organise a touring exhibition
  • volunteer at the new museum premises in Faversham
  • donate an item to the museum (all items will considered in line with our collecting policy)

Tel: 07989 992276
Email: Holly Wells

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Please note: at present we cannot undertake any research into our archives, although this will be a service offered in the future.

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