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Estate role for new community support officer

FRESH CHALLENGE: Sai Hui says he wants to make a difference
FRESH CHALLENGE: Sai Hui says he wants to make a difference

A NEW police community support officer is preparing to pound the White Road Estate at Chatham.

Sai Hui, 25, says he is keen to become part of the community and help residents tackle anti-social behaviour and nuisance crime. He joined Kent Police on 29 December and finished his training on 16 February he officially begins to patrol the estate in early-April

Sai is local to the Medway Towns where he lives with his fiancé. Before joining Kent Police he worked in the construction industry. He is a keen rugby player and also enjoys rock climbing and weightlifting.

He was drawn to apply as a PCSO as he wanted a challenge that would allow him to make a difference.

He said: "Police community support officers are there to protect and serve the community and I wanted to do just that. PCSOs have become an important part of neighbourhood life and I am looking forward to meeting local residents and working with them to make their community an even safer place."

His supervisor Rikki McMachan said: "I am impressed by Sai’s enthusiasm to get out on the beat and I am confident that he will make a positive difference in the White Road Estate."

Once he begins patrolling the estate, Sai can be contacted 0777 222 5950 or e-mailed on 56286@kent.pnn.police.uk

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