My Community Voice is a messaging service from Kent Police. It helps residents, businesses, and community groups to keep in touch with their local policing teams.
The service sends updates about your local area directly from the police officers themselves.
You can sign up at https://www.mycommunityvoicekent.co.uk/
My Community Voice is more than just a messaging service. It allows you to reply to the alerts sent, share information and tell us about the issues affecting you.
Kent Police are committed to engaging with communities to increase trust and confidence and to help protect people from harm. Police, partners and the public working together can build resilient and safe communities, and both reduce and prevent crime.
You will be able to play an active part in police appeals as well as keeping updated in what is happening in your local area.
To start getting alerts, register your details, tell Kent Police how you would like to be contacted and the issues that matter to you. The alerts will come to you via email, text or voice note. If you have any information about an appeal, then you can message back through the alert.
Clicking on the ‘reply’ link within a message will send your reply to the person that sent the message and your local policing team. All emails are read and actioned.
Please note: This service should not be used to report any crime or incident to the police. In an emergency, if a crime is in progress or life is in danger, call 999.