A damning report has found police vetting standards are "not high enough" making it "too easy" for the wrong people to join and stay in forces.
The watchdog's carried out a review after Sarah Everard was murdered by Wayne Couzen - who was, at the time, a serving Met police officer from Deal.
Meantime, hear from Kent's police and crime commissioner who's written to the home secretary calling for changes to enable them to recruit more officers.
Also in today's podcast, the government's being urged to work more closely with councils to stop young refugees being put in hotels when they arrive in the UK.
We've also heard that hundreds of refugees have been moved out of a processing facility in Thanet that's become dangerously overcrowded.
A Kent couple who started selling x-rated content online while struggling for cash during lockdown say they've had more negative comments about the money they've made - than the posts themselves.
Hear from Ben and Kirsty Stroud who met 13 years ago while working in prisons on the Isle of Sheppey.
We reveal which celebrity effigy will be burnt at this year's famous fireworks display in Edenbridge.
And, find out which Royal has been visiting Kent today for the 89th national fruit show.