RSPCA inspector awarded by Kent Police for her work with the force

PUBLISHED: 14:12 26 February 2016 | UPDATED: 14:12 26 February 2016

RSPCA inspector Caroline Doe

RSPCA inspector Caroline Doe


Caroline Doe works with police on animal welfare issues

An RSPCA inspector who works with Kent Police on animal welfare issues has been rewarded with a certificate of merit from the force.

Caroline Doe regularly work with police, particular officers from the Rural Task Force.

Superintendent Matt Newton gave her the certificate of merit.

He said: “Caroline is very passionate when it comes to the welfare of animals, and her approach to the role has resulted in many offenders being brought to justice.

£The RSPCA is a most important partner agency and Caroline’s knowledge and professionalism has proved invaluable in enabling police to carry out their duties in a safe and effective manner.

“We are very happy to have her working alongside us.”

Inspector Doe said: “It’s really nice to hear such positive things said about me by those who I have a great deal of respect for.

“I wouldn’t be able to do my job without the support of Kent Police. A good working relationship is absolutely key and the officers I deal with are always willing to jump in and help whenever they can.”

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