Traffic banned in Canterbury after anti-terrorism bollards are switched on

Contributed by editor on Oct 05, 2020 - 03:00 PM

Bollards in The Friars  Photo: Canterbury City Council


It's been announced that the anti terrorism bollard system preventing vehicles entering the city centre will come into force on Monday 26 October.

Sixteen vehicles stopped in Dover fly-tipping crime day of action

Contributed by editor on Oct 05, 2020 - 01:05 PM


As part of partnership work to crackdown on fly-tipping, Dover District Council teamed up with Kent Police’s Rural Task Force last week for a day of action to stop vehicles and check licences and paperwork of commercial waste carriers.

East Kent councils take back control of around 17,000 homes

Contributed by editor on Oct 05, 2020 - 11:00 AM


Four east Kent councils have taken over the direct management of around 17,000 of their own homes.

Kent Police plain clothes officers on patrol arrest suspected burglar and seize axes and crowbar

Contributed by editor on Oct 05, 2020 - 08:50 AM


Plain clothes officers patrolling the West Malling area have seized axes and a crowbar, and arrested a suspected burglar.

Met Police call in Port of Dover officers to arrest driver of lorry carrying 28 loose pallets of booze

Contributed by editor on Oct 04, 2020 - 03:00 PM


A HGV driver has been sent to prison and issued with a fine of more than £5,000 for a series of offences after sharp-eyed patrolling officers spotted an external defect when his vehicle drove past them on the A406 in north London.

Maidstone man who threw knife at woman leaving her with long term injuries is jailed

Contributed by editor on Oct 04, 2020 - 01:50 PM


A Maidstone man who threw a knife at his victim, leaving her with long term injuries, has been jailed for domestic assault.

Three people suspected of working illegally during modern slavery visits by Kent Police in Dover

Contributed by editor on Oct 04, 2020 - 09:15 AM


Kent Police and partner agencies have visited nail bars, car washes and barber shops in Dover during a day of raising awareness about modern slavery.

Kent man jailed after house search uncovers £630,000 in supermarket carrier bags

Contributed by editor on Oct 03, 2020 - 03:00 PM

Photo: Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU)


A Kent man who stashed £630,000 in supermarket and sports bags at his Dartford home has been jailed.

Could thieves be fooling security systems after spate of Land Rovers stolen from outside Kent homes?

Contributed by editor on Oct 03, 2020 - 01:00 PM


Motorists in west Kent are reminded to be vigilant following a spate of Land Rover thefts from outside homes.

Man arrested over report of indecent exposure in Folkestone town centre

Contributed by editor on Oct 03, 2020 - 11:00 AM

Junction of Sandgate Road and Guildhall Street in Folkestone


It was reported that a man was seen walking with his trousers partially down in Guildhall Street, near the junction with Sandgate Road, at around 4pm on 29 September 2020.

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