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Sussex PCC Katy Bourne joined Seb James, Managing Director at Boots UK and ROI to cut the ribbon at the official opening of Boots UK’s new CCTV Monitoring Centre at its headquarters in Beeston, Nottingham this week.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday (14 June) that England will not proceed to Step 4 of the Covid roadmap, PCC Katy Bourne will be seeking an update from Chief Constable Shiner as to what this means for policing in Sussex.
Police will be given enhanced powers to tackle livestock worrying under the Kept Animals Bill that was introduced this week.
A summer campaign to crack down on drink and drug-drivers kicks off today (Friday 11 June), in conjunction with the Euro 2020 football tournament.
Two Sussex Police officers have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List on 12 June for their outstanding contribution to policing in the county.
Sussex Police secures additional Home Office funding to continue tackling knife crime.
At a time when many charities were struggling due to COVID restrictions, efforts from a West Sussex organisation have resulted in a much-needed boost for the local community.
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, has secured an investment of £2.8 million from the Ministry of Justice to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Sussex Police’s Rural Crime Team is marking its one year anniversary today (1 June) after it was launched a year ago with the aim of cracking down on unlawful behaviour in isolated and rural communities.
This National Volunteers’ Week (1-7th June) Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne has praised the dedicated work of the 35 volunteers who check custody centres across the county to observe and report on the conditions they find and to ensure the welfare of detainees is upheld.