Sussex PCC Katy Bourne discussed the first national Frontline Review of policing with the Policing Minister and PCC colleagues yesterday.
More than 200 children aged 10-17 have now been referred into a £890,000 scheme launched by the PCC to tackle anti-social behaviour across Sussex.
PCC funds charity set up by ex-offender
Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has funded Reformed East Sussex (RES) £15,000 to help them continue to support the rehabilitation of offenders and substance misusers across Sussex.
You might feel fine to drive, but if you’re over the limit you’re at serious risk of killing or seriously injuring someone – or yourself.
How to keep Sussex roads safe is top of the agenda for Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne at her monthly Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) this Friday (21 June).
A leading charity supporting survivors of sexual violence and abuse in Sussex has launched a new service for some of the county’s most vulnerable children and their families.
In the Journal of Experimental Criminology it was recorded that victims who go through the Restorative Justice process are 49% less likely to suffer from post traumatic stress.
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has today (8th June), been awarded an OBE for public and political services.
Local charity, Streetlight UK, regularly support the police on live joint operations providing that specialist support for those involved in prostitution, victims of sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. Yesterday (28th May) Mrs Bourne attended a live police operation to see those support workers in action as they help the police initiate a safeguarding intervention for a local sex worker.
The first Early Intervention Youth Programme of its kind in the UK has now been fully mobilised across Sussex and has begun to steer more than 60 young people away from criminality in just the first six weeks.