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Latest crime news for Cowden and the surrounding area can be found Visiting the Seveoaks e-watch page

Crime statistics, meetings and more   – Kent Police crime statistics for Hever and Cowden Police statistics and general information

October 2021 PCC Matthew Scott launches public consultation on a new police and crime plan – have your say, view the newsletter and find out how to take part

Read the Kent Police Rural Task Force news letter

Read the Kent Police summer 2021 Rural Matters

The Voice of the West Kent Neighbourhood Watch Association is detailed within the Watchout News letter

C-19 Scam information, two releases can be obtained

  1. Obtaining help can be obtained via the Victim Support Group
  2. Additonal help on other types of scams is available form the Victim Support Group

Setting Kent Police’s priorities – can you help provide get local views?

Our Police Crime Commissionaire (PCC Matthew Scott) has launched this year’s Annual Policing Survey. This exercise helps the Kent Police Crime Commissionaire set the priorities for the Chief Constable in Matthew Scott’s Police and Crime Plan, and to hold the Force to account on issues relating to crime and antisocial behaviour.

Kent Police engaged with th ecommunity , read about the The Annual Policing Survey

Contact The Police

Phone Numbers

  • In an emergency always dial 999 – when someone is in danger, a crime is in progress or a suspect is nearby.
  • 101 is the new national phone number to contact your local police, any time it isn’t 999. 101 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Kent Police 01622 690690

Sevenoaks Police station

Sevenoaks front counter, Argyle Road, Sevenoaks TN13 1HG

Email csu.sevenoaks@kent.pnn.police.uk

See what’s going on via the Kent Police Twitter feed

See what’s going on via the Kent Police Facebook page

See what’s going on via the Kent Police Instagram page

Related pages

Kent Police Advice – How to avoid being a victim of crime

Find out more about Kent Police’s performance on HMICFRS’s website (opens in a new window)