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Kent Volunteer Police Cadets

Cadet logoThe Volunteer Police Cadets programme provides an amazing opportunity for young people aged 13-17 to get involved in activities which support community policing and learn about responsible citizenship.
Police Cadets undergo training and take part in voluntary work with the police in the local community. They develop key life skills and enhance their opportunities for further education, training and employment – whether this is within the police service or another profession.

The below is just a small snapshot of the activities Volunteer Police Cadets do around the County:

Canterbury Cadets on Remembrance Parade. 

Maidstone Police Cadets presenting a cheque for £871 to Young Lives Foundation.

Maidstone and Medway Voluntary Police Cadets joining forces at Kent Life Fireworks.

Tonbridge cadets learning about road safety at the amazing Kent Fire and Rescue Service ‘Road Safety Experience’ facility.

Tonbridge cadets taking part in an evening of combat fitness.


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