12 new volunteer Restorative Justice (RJ) facilitators have completed their training to bring the total number of qualified RJ facilitators in Sussex to over 50.The new facilitators will take on RJ referrals and work alongside experienced RJ colleagues to support victims of crime and, where appropriate, bring victims and offenders into communication.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, will join police officers on the Pride Community Parade from Hove Lawns to Preston Park this Saturday (1 August) to help mark 25 years of Pride in the City.The theme for 2015’s Brighton Pride is ‘Carnival of Diversity’.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, will question Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry about the Force’s crime statistics, the handling of information and allegations into sexual abuse and the public’s concern about speeding at this month’s Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM).WHEN: Friday 31 July, 1-3pmWHERE: Watch live online or catch up in the archive:
A new service to help victims and survivors of rape, domestic and sexual violence and abuse across Brighton & Hove and East Sussex has been announced.The tendering process was carried out by Brighton & Hove City Council and a contract [worth £1.1 million] has been awarded to a partnership led by local domestic abuse charity RISE, along with CRI and Survivors’ Network. The new service will begin on 1st October.
This weekend (25 and 26 July) PCC Katy Bourne will be attending the International Mela in Crawley to hear your views on policing and crime in the area.Speaking ahead of the event Mrs Bourne said: “As PCC it is vital for me to hear the views from residents across Sussex to give them a voice on policing and crime and the issues that matter to them.
This Saturday 18 July office staff will be attending the Broadwater Green Carnival and Fire Station Open Day, giving you the opportunity to discuss your views and experiences of policing and crime in the area.
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne is speaking at a Conference in London today (7 July) about tackling honour based violence (HBV), forced marriage (FM) and female genital mutilation (FGM).This event brings together expert speakers from the police, education, local authorities, health and the voluntary sector to enhance partnership working and to examine how adopting a stronger multi-agency response can enable prevention, as well as early intervention and support for victims and those at risk. The PCC’s talk will focus on how Sussex is already taking a multi-agency approach to tackling these issues and examples of good practice.
Yesterday saw the launch of a fantastic new ‘canine crimefighter’ initiative in the Uckfield area. Paws on Watch is a new scheme from the Safer Wealden Partnership which is calling on dog owners to report anything which seems suspicious and promote responsible dog-ownership.
Sixteen local organisations helping victims of crime and supporting community safety have been awarded Safer in Sussex funding totalling almost £95,000.The grant award scheme, established by Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC), is made up of two funding streams:◾Victims’ Services Fund – providing financial support (grant awards up to £10,000) to voluntary and third-sector organisations in Sussex that help individuals to cope and recover from the impact of crime.◾Community Safety Fund – providing financial support (grant awards up to £5,000) to local organisations and projects that aim to reduce crime and improve community safety.
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