More than 1,500 complaints or misconduct allegations were made against Kent police officers and staff during 2013, new figures have revealed.

There was one complaint of sex assault and more than 120 of assault, figures obtained by BBC Radio Kent showed.

Thirty-seven of 1,251 public complaints were upheld and it was found there was a case to to answer for 90 of the 318 internal allegations of misconduct.

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