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New headlines since the last newsletter was issued...

Checked : about 11 minutes ago. Updated : about 8 hours ago

  • Appeal following burglary in Ramsgate
  • Appeal for witnesses following attempted robbery in Meopham
  • Witnesses sought following suspicious incident in Northfleet
  • Men assaulted with bottles in Tonbridge
  • CCTV appeal - theft in Staplehurst

Checked : over 24 hours ago. Updated : over 24 hours ago

Luke Riccoboni is wanted in connection with an allegation of harassment committed in the Dover area earlier this year.

Checked : about 2 minutes ago. Updated : about 4 hours ago

  • Suspect charged with stalking woman in Folkestone
  • Gravesend PCSOs secure extra funding for youth club
  • Driver who killed a motorcyclist in Deal jailed
  • Drunk van driver jailed after schoolgirl killed in Bobbing
  • Volunteer pilots become Kent Police‚€TMs eyes in the sky
  • Powdered cocaine hidden in pictures leads drug dealers to jail
  • Cadets clean sweep in Dover
  • Folkestone man charged with posting offensive Euro 2020 video
  • Specials assist with clampdown on anti-social behaviour in Tonbridge
  • Fraud team at Kent Police ‚€~putt‚€TM students on the right track

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Checked : about 16 minutes ago. Updated : over 24 hours ago

  • Shed fire in Canterbury

Checked : about 16 minutes ago. Updated : about 4 hours ago

  • ALERT!! Doorstep criminals targeting vulnerable residents in Kent

Checked : about 46 minutes ago. Updated : about 5 hours ago

  • Beware of NHS COVID pass fraud

Checked : about 46 minutes ago. Updated : over 24 hours ago

  • Recall: Edwards of Conwy - Six Traditional Pork Sausages

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More Than £355m Lost To Bank Transfer Scams In The First Half Of 2021

Bank transfer fraud is also known as authorised push payment (APP) fraud. It usually involves scammers lying about who they are in a bid to trick victims into transferring money to them. APP fraud can come in a range of guises and they're all increasing...

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Five Easy Ways To Tidy Up Your Inbox For Good

Delete emails in batches, turn off social media notifications and label your most important messages with our top tips...

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Energy Price Rises And Supplier Failures: Your Questions Answered

Worried about paying bigger bills, switching supplier or what happens if your supplier fails? Here's what you need to know.

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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COVID Pass Fraud And How To Get Your Free NHS COVID Pass

Criminals are using the NHS COVID Pass as a way to target the public by convincing them to hand over money, financial details and personal information. The NHS App is free. The NHS COVID Pass is free. The NHS will never ask for payment or any financial details.

Click HERE for full details on the UK Government website.

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Doorstep Criminals Target Vulnerable In Kent

We have received a report from a vulnerable resident in Ashford that had been targeted in late August.

Click HERE for full details on the KCC Public Protection website.

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