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London terror incident

Thursday 23 March

Work together to defeat terrorism

Following the tragic events in Westminster yesterday, Kent Police are reassuring the public that they are working to ensure Kent remains safe.

Chief Constable of Kent, Alan Pughsley, said:

"Public safety remains our top priority and there will be additional patrols, both armed and unarmed, across the county to ensure Kent remains a safe place to live, work and visit.

"There is nothing to suggest there is a specific threat to Kent and at this time our thoughts are with our Metropolitan Police Service colleagues and all those tragically affected by the event in London.

"I would like to ask the public to remain vigilant and let us know if they see anything suspicious that causes them concern by dialling 999 immediately."

As always, the police and other public bodies rely on the help of the public to fight terrorism, and you can get more information about how to report anything suspicious from Kent Police or Kent County Council.


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