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Community policingChief Inspector Tony Dyer

Your district commander is Chief Inspector Tony Dyer. 

The Sevenoaks Community Safety Unit (CSU) deals with local crime and safety issues.

Officers in the CSU work alongside staff from other agencies, including Sevenoaks District Council.
They aim to create a safe environment for you by reducing crime and anti-social behaviour. Working alongside your local PCSO, the CSU has an important role in community policing.

You also have a Local District Policing Team. This is a group of officers who: 
  • respond to calls for assistance after you've called 999 or 101 (these calls go through to our Control Room*)
  • investigate local crime
  • carry out patrols
*Our Force Control Room is the first point of contact if you call Kent Police for help. They take 999 emergency calls and 101 non-emergency calls. 

Follow your local community policing team on Twitter for all the latest news where you live:

Police in Sevenoaks @kentpolice7oaks 7 hours ago

Further speed check completed in Hilda May Avenue #Swanley near to a primary school. Some positive engagement with parents. Some not so happy as had been caught. We do not tolerate any abuse. We do this for the safety of everybody including the child of this unhappy parent.. LM

Community SpeedWatch and Neighbourhood Watch

To find out more about local initiatives where you live visit Kent SpeedWatch or Kent Neighbourhood Watch.

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