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WHEN: Friday 22 May, 1-3pmWHERE: Watch live online: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/core/portal/homeCommenting ahead of the meeting, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne said: “Alcohol related crime tends to increase over the summer months, which is why I want to find out what work is underway by Sussex Police, in partnership with other authorities and agencies, to address this issue and reduce the impact on residents.
The Police & Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission recently visited a group of young people in St Leonard’s-on-Sea who attend the CRI (Crime Reduction Initiatives) Families and Parenting Service. The visit was part of the Commission’s Sussex-wide consultation (the Big Conversation) with their peers on policing and crime issues.
More than 25 people who work as door security staff in clubs and pubs in Brighton attended a vulnerability awareness training session this morning (14 May) at the Pryzm nightclub in West Street.The training, delivered by Chief Inspector Katy Woolford and funded by the PCC, focussed specifically on how to spot the signs of vulnerability during the night time economy and support for those who may want to intervene to help prevent sexual assaults.
Victims of crime will now be able to access a range of restorative justice (RJ) services due to the recent opening of a specialist RJ hub in Bognor Regis.The Bognor office is one of three multi-agency hubs to open across the county, staffed with RJ specialists from Sussex Police and Victim Support. The other two hubs are in Brighton and Bexhill.
Read more about how Sussex Police, the Southern Co-operative and the county’s local business crime reduction partnerships are working together to tackle business crime:
Victims of crime in East Sussex will now be able to access a range of restorative justice (RJ) services due to the recent opening of a specialist RJ hub in Bexhill.The Bexhill office is one of three multi-agency hubs to open across the county, staffed with RJ specialists from Sussex Police and Victim Support. The other two hubs are in Brighton and Bognor Regis.For some victims of crime the existing criminal justice process is sufficient whilst for others it leaves them feeling frustrated with many unanswered questions. The new RJ hubs will put victims at the heart of the criminal justice system by supporting them on their journey to recovery. This will often involve facilitating a safe and appropriate form of communication between victims of crime and offenders to allow victims get the closure they need in order to move on with their lives.
Residents aged 60 to 85 and from across the county, came together this week to participate in the first Elders’ Commission workshop ahead of a Sussex-wide consultation – the Big Conversation – with their family, friends and peers on policing and crime.The 28 members, with a range of experience in the private and public sector, were greeted on Tuesday (28 April) by Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne. The workshop involved presentations from Sussex Police and partners on scamming, elder abuse and police objectives, as well as discussion groups and a Q & A session.
Webcast Available Here :http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/156111...
Watch Live: stop and search powers and campaign posters to prevent rape and serious sexual offences will be discussed at police scrutiny meeting.Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne will question Chief Constable Giles York on a number of local and national policing issues at their monthly Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) this week.WHEN: Friday 17 April, 1pm.WHERE: Watch the meeting live online at: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/. A recording will be available to view online shortly afterwards.SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow #SusPolScrutiny on Twitter.MEDIA INVITATION: Stream the PAM live online through your own news site. To request the embed code please email rosie.gooch@sussex-pcc.gov.uk.
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