Kent's crime commissioner Ann Barnes invites children to decorate her van

Kent's crime commissioner Ann Barnes invites children to decorate her van

Kent's crime commissioner Ann Barnes invites children to decorate her van

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KENT’S Police and Crime Commissioner is inviting schoolchildren across north Kent to decorate her official vehicle.

Ann Barnes, who was elected as Kent’s first Crime Commissioner in November last year, is asking primary school children to produce a painting to be printed on the side of Ann Force One.

Entries should be produced in colour and feature an image of a police car or a policeman to meet competition rules.

The winning school will receive £200 in art materials and the design will be pictured on the Commissioner’s vehicle for a year.

A special visit will also be arranged for the victorious pupil, as well as the rest of the student’s class, by Ann and her Youth Commissioner.

The closing date is April 15.

Visit paintingannforceone.annbarneskentpcc.co.uk to enter.

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2:56pm Sat 16 Mar 13

banjo8 says...

What a complete waste of space. Whoever came up with the idea of police commissioners should be pensioned off.
What a complete waste of space. Whoever came up with the idea of police commissioners should be pensioned off. banjo8
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