Community wardens

Our community wardens are out between 7.30am and 10pm every day in 128 Kent communities.

They:

  • can tackle low-level crime and antisocial behaviour (such as graffiti, littering, fly tipping and vandalism)
  • can take names and addresses and control traffic
  • are a reassuring uniformed presence
  • are fully trained to the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme before starting their work
  • encourage communities to work together and make things better for everyone
  • work closely with Kent Police and other professional authorities
  • talk with local people, offering information and advice
  • take part in local community activities.

They don't make arrests.

Contact your local warden

All our wardens have mobile phones which you can call them on.

Find out who your warden is and how to contact them:

Ashford and Shepway wardens

Canterbury and Swale wardens

Dartford and Gravesham wardens

Dover and Thanet wardens

Maidstone and Tonbridge and Malling wardens

Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells wardens