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Kent Police is holding an open day, today, at its training college in Maidstone.
Officers said there will be a "public order demonstration, complete with petrol bombs" as well as the opportunity to watch police dogs in action, a taser display and the chance to test your skills on a driving simulator.
The event takes place at the Kent Police Training College in Coverdale Avenue, Maidstone, ME15 9DW, between 10am until 4pm.
Two deer have been found illegally shot in a private park in Kent.
The bucks were discovered with head and neck injuries on the Boughton Monchelsea estate, near Maidstone.
The estate has a herd of just over a hundred wild deer which roam free, but there are no public footpaths. The RSPCA is appealing for information about the attacks.
A delivery van has been stolen in Southampton - while the driver was taking a parcel to a house. The incident occurred in Waterhouse Way on Wednesday at around 11.15am.
The Hertz white Ford Transit van, reg BG61 EEN, was parked when the thief got in, started it up and drove off in the direction of English Road.
Police would like to hear from anyone who saw the vehicle at that time or anyone who has knowledge of where the vehicle is now.
Three people are having medical checks after an ammonia leak from a fridge at Oxford University. Firefighters were called to St John's College at 6.20 this morning. It's still not clear when the college will reopen.