Sussex Police has created animated scenarios to reinforce how to contact them and support their commitment to keep communities safe and feeling safe. In the two 90 second animations, members of the community share their experiences in choosing the most appropriate way to contact the police be that via their local prevention team, reporting online, calling 101 or 999. The animations include incidents of anti-social behaviour, drink driving, household burglary and distraction burglary.
Do you think rural crime has gone up or down in Sussex? Do you feel safer? What’s your view of the police in your community? It’s vital that the voice of rural communities is heard by those who can make a difference. I urge residents to take part in the survey and help us build a clear picture of crime and anti-social behaviour in rural Sussex and to understand the impact it has where you live or work.
This is the question that will top the agenda at the Police & Crime Commissioner’s monthly Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) with Sussex Police Chief Constable Giles York this week. WHEN: Friday 20 April 2018 at 1.30pm WHERE: Watch live online or catch up in the archive: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/core/portal/home SOCIAL MEDIA: Join the conversation on Twitter using #SussexPoliceScrutiny
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne is getting ready to #StandUpToStalking ahead of National Stalking Awareness Week – 16th to 20th April.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, has welcomed the prospect of an investment from the government to help local police officers fight illegal online activity at a community level.
Independent scrutiny of policing is an essential part of maintaining public confidence. Today’s HMICFRS Effectiveness Inspection report comes at a critical time for Sussex Police - straight after the major modernisation of the force’s approach to local policing.
Is Sussex prepared for a nerve agent attack?
This is one of the questions the county’s Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, will be asking Sussex Police chief officers this Friday (23 March) at her monthly police scrutiny meeting.
Sussex PCC Katy Bourne has welcomed moves to lobby for changes in planning legislation to ensure that police forces get a fair share of funding from new building developments.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has successfully secured government funding to help develop a new approach to addressing the complex needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged women encountering the Criminal Justice System.
Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, will question Chief Constable Giles York on how many pending cases relate to Sussex, what impact this could have on the evidence presented by the Force in any live and ongoing cases and how Sussex Police manages the risks associated with outsourcing the provision of forensic services.