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Support services from across Sussex and victims of crime joined together on Wednesday night, at the Jubilee Library Brighton, to celebrate the Sussex PCC, Katy Bourne’s ‘A Life More Ordinary’ campaign.
PCC Katy Bourne holds her monthly Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) with Chief Constable Giles York
On the 14th January Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne launched a week-long photographic exhibition at the Jubilee Library, Brighton to celebrate locally funded victim support services.
Sussex PCC, Katy Bourne spent Monday afternoon with a handful of trainee contact handlers from the last tranche of recruitment. She spent time hearing about their different interactions with members of the public and gauging their opinion of this varied and often challenging role.
It is a tremendous relief that Gatwick has re-opened after the deployment of specialist assets and assistance from other agencies to deal with the drone threat, but there is still a live police led operation underway and I urge anybody with any information to contact them.
After a briefing on the operation to locate the drones which have been disrupting Gatwick, I wanted to acknowledge the tremendous efforts of the police and partners across what is a huge geographical area.
Drink and drug driving has recently been reported in the media as at a record level nationally. Sussex PCC Katy Bourne is questioning the Chief Constable on how reckless drivers are endangering other road users and what measures are being taken to crackdown on the problem.
In many cases of FGM, the police are not even aware of the protection orders in place and are therefore are acting late, or not taking action at all, when breaches occur – this is a national issue.
As part of a £970m police funding settlement, the Home Office has announced today that Police and Crime Commissioners will be able to raise the police element of council tax - the precept - above the current £12 limit.
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