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Ballot box and paper

The votes have been counted ..

And Matthew Scott won on the first round with more than 50%.

Although disappointed, I take some comfort in that I received 16.9% of the vote, increasing the Lib Dem vote by 9% from the last PCC election and more than doubling our vote share.

It was an interesting campaign time given that much of it took place in lockdown. I would like to thank the two opposing candidates for the spirit in which they approached their election runs.

But my sincerest thanks go to those people of Kent and Medway who entrusted their vote to me and who wanted to demonstrate that it was time to think differently about how policing should work in our communities. I truly appreciate your support.


Policing Kent: It's about caring for our Community

♥ Caring for our neighbourhoods

Graham believes in neighbourhood policing: 'the police are the public and the public are the police'. Local Police officers & Communities can achieve more together than on their own.

♥ Caring for our police

For the Police to work for us, we must take care of them. They must be adequately trained & rewarded for their service. Errors should be seen as opportunities for learning and not as objects of instant criticism.

♥ Caring for each other

We have to tackle crime from the roots up, using evidence of what's effective rather than misleading newsgrabbing slogans like 'Prison Works'.

Graham community


Graham Colley

Increasing Police Funding

Anti-Social Behaviour

Victim Support

Stop & Search

Making criminals confront their crimes

Hate Crime

Violence Against Women

The War on Drugs

Rural Crime

Road Safety

Smart Motorways