Matthew Scott is the police and crime commissioner for the Kent Police force area.
Prior to that, he worked as a Parliamentary Manager in Westminster, and has extensive experience of working with Government departments, local authorities, the police, charities and other organisations. He has often assisted with advocacy in casework and complaints processes.
Matthew has served as a local Councillor and School Governor, and he ran a Community Centre for three years. He has also volunteered as a Media Development Manager for the Scout movement and been a Scout group assistant.
He has a degree in Public Policy, Government and Management from the University of Birmingham after being educated at Beths Grammar School in Bexley.
Matthew lives in Swanley with his wife. He is a fan of cricket and football, he enjoys real ale and is a keen musician, having played in covers bands across the South East for a number of years.
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- Delivering value for money
- Visible, effective and dedicated policing
- Putting victims at the heart of the justice system
- Tackling the misery caused by abuse, substance misuse and antisocial behaviour
- Mental Health