Kent Police job cuts 'are a challenge'


Kent Police officers have said the public will be put at risk if the force presses ahead with plans to cut hundreds of jobs.

More than 1,500 officers took part in a survey organised by the Kent Police Federation.

Chief Constable Ian Learmonth said the changes the force was having to impose were unprecedented.

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