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Tune into our online TV channel and follow the views, thoughts and experiences of Katy Bourne in her role as Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner. You can search and view these films by each Police & Crime Plan priority using the filters below. If you would like to suggest another topic for the PCC to discuss on film please contact us with your ideas. 

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Find out what the Sussex Elders’ Commission is all about (full length version)
The Sussex Elders’ Commission was launched in January 2015 to give older residents an opportunity to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police & Crime Commissioner. The video shows clips and interviews from a recent Elders’ Commission workshop with presentations from Sussex Police and partners on scamming, elder abuse and cyber crime.
PCC Katy Bourne speaks to Talking Newspapers
Katy Bourne speaks to 'Voice of Progress' - the Talking Newspaper for Worthing and Littlehampton. Find out more about why she was first drawn to the PCC role, what a 'typical' day as Sussex PCC entails, and the priorities for policing and crime in Sussex.
Restorative Justice hub opens in East Sussex
Nicola Fenner, RJ Delivery Officer for the new East Sussex Restorative Justice hub, tells local radio why victims of crime will benefit from the creation of the hub. For more information about the RJ hubs please read the press release by clicking here.
Hear how a local project is helping the LGBT community; ";Report It!";
“Report It!” was set up by the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender) Community Safety Forum with supportive funding from the Police & Crime Commissioner’s Safer in Sussex Community Fund. The aim of the project is to make it easier for members of the LGBT community to report a crime and get the help and support they need.
vlog - April 2015
This month's Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) sees the PCC question Deputy Chief Constable, Olivia Pinkney, about the recent local and national debate around Sussex Police's campaign posters aimed at preventing rape and serious sexual offences. The posters sparked some criticism from those who felt that they "promoted a culture of victim blaming" whilst others felt they provided an appropriate safety message. Watch the vlog and find out how Sussex Police is moving forward with this campaign and what the next phase will look like.
Find out how working with nature is benefiting local communities; Growing Forward project
The Growing Forward project is run by the Sussex Wildlife Trust with the aim of reducing offending and reoffending by offering young people an opportunity to acquire fresh perspectives and learn new skills in a natural environment. The scheme was awarded a £5,000 grant from the PCC's Safer in Sussex Community Fund which allowed them to run three courses, each lasting eight weeks.
“Continued investment in the right technology to support victims of domestic abuse is crucial.";
Listen again to PCC Katy Bourne speaking to BBC Sussex Drivetime presenter Sarah Gorrell about her support to Sussex Police in safe-guarding against domestic abuse. £100,000 of funding from the PCC will extend the force’s use of dedicated ‘Operation Ribbon’ domestic abuse patrol cars until the end of April 2015 and will also enable the purchase of 200 specialist smart phones with enhanced technology to support high-risk victims of domestic abuse.
More investment to tackle domestic abuse
PCC Katy Bourne has allocated over £100,000 to support Sussex Police in safe-guarding against domestic abuse. The funding will extend the force’s use of dedicated ‘Operation Ribbon’ domestic abuse patrol cars until the end of April 2015 and will also enable the purchase of 200 specialist smart phones with enhanced technology to support high-risk victims of domestic abuse.
vlog - February 2015
The PCC holds a Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) each month with Sussex Police Chief Constable Giles York. Questions during each PAM are themed around the four priorities in the Police & Crime Plan “Safer in Sussex”: Crime & Community Safety; Victim Focus; Public Confidence; and Value for Money. The issues raised during these meetings are based around the concerns that members of the public raise with Mrs Bourne. Every PAM is webcast live and recordings of each meeting are available to view online: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #SusPolScrutiny.
vlog - January 2015
Twenty young people from across the county have begun their journey as new members of the PCC's ‘Sussex Youth Commission on Policing & Crime’. Meanwhile applications have opened for the first Sussex Elders' Commission, providing residents aged 6o years and older an opportunity to support, challenge and inform the local Police & Crime Plan.    
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