Kent Police Independent Police Advisory Group

The IPAG are a group of community volunteers who work with Kent Police to improve policing services across the county. The IPAG make a difference to policing in Kent by:

  • helping Kent Police to support victims of crime and anti-social behaviour
  • providing a link between the police and the communities of Kent
  • encouraging witnesses of crime to come forward
  • sharing feedback from the communities with the police and other agencies to help improve their services

Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary (HMIC) acknowledges that to have Independent Advisory Groups is good practice.

The County Independent Police Advisory Group consists of 15 people and there is one local Independent Police Advisory Group for each district

The County IPAG is made up as follows

  • County Chair
  • County Vice Chair
  • 13 members (District Chairs)

The 13 District Chairs meet with their District Commander, their local

We want to make sure the IPAGs reflect Kent Communities in full by being as diverse as possible. If you believe you can add to our membership please visit: