Sussex PCC welcomes independent report that finds Sussex Police treats people fairly and with respect
Commenting on the Force’s assessment by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Service's (HMICFRS), Katy Bourne, the county’s Police & Crime Commissioner said: “‘Policing by consent’ forms the bedrock of British policing. To achieve this support, the public has to believe that the police will treat them fairly and with respect. So I am pleased that Sussex Police has been independently recognised as being ‘Good’ at how legitimately it keeps people safe and reduces crime."
Katy Bourne, the Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Sussex, will question the Chief Constable about how the force polices artificially laid hunts at this month’s Performance & Accountability Meeting. She will be seeking to find out how Sussex Police balances the rights of the hunting community to hunt within the confines of the law with the rights of anti-hunting protesters.
Volunteers are being sought to make unannounced visits to custody centres to check on the welfare of detainees.
A man who underwent restorative justice with a former employee who stole £150,000 from his company has praised the process which helped him to feel “that justice had worked”.
A West Sussex woman has spoken out after an online befriending scam saw her lose £108,000 in a matter of months.
Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne will question the Chief Constable about how the force understands and prepares for increased demand at this month’s Performance & Accountability Meeting.
PCC welcomes WiSE up to Boys campaign to raise awareness of sexual exploitation of boys and young men
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has welcomed the launch of a new awareness-raising campaign after a report commissioned by her office found boys and young men risk being overlooked as potential victims of sexual exploitation.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has launched a county-wide consultation to ask the public if they would be prepared to pay more for policing in Sussex.
Sussex Police is ‘good’ at keeping people safe and reducing crime, according to the latest assessment by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Service (HMICFRS).
People affected by domestic abuse in East Sussex and Brighton & Hove are to benefit from almost £1.4m of Home Office funding for an early intervention service to support victims and to challenge abusive behaviour.