Kent's Police Commissioner, Ann Barnes, looks back on nearly four years in office and says 'you can't attack my achievements' and promises - but 'everything else' she'll have to live with.
Mrs Barnes is possibly one of the most well known Police and Crime Comissioners in the country and has been at the centre of much controversy.
Things got off to a bumpy start after she employed a youth commissioner who was soon sacked for posting inappropriate tweets. She went on to star in a fly on the wall documentary - that was later labelled car crash TV.
Reporter Abigail Bracken met Ann Barnes to look back on her time in office - just weeks before she steps down. You can watch the full report below.
The documentary pictures are courtesy of Channel 4.