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Five specialist services for victims of crime in Sussex will receive a cash boost this month from the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne.The organisations, that include the Suzy Lamplugh Trust and Mankind, are from the Voluntary Community Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector. Their applications were assessed against criteria that supported the PCC’s Police & Crime Plan. They will each receive up to five thousand pounds in order to ensure that there is a broad range of services in Sussex to support victims of crime.
PCC Katy Bourne has today (12 January) launched the UK’s first Elders’ Commission as part of a rolling county-wide “Big Conversation” about policing and crime issues.“The Sussex Elders’ Commission is an opportunity for older residents to support, challenge and inform my work as Police and Crime Commissioner”, said Mrs Bourne.“I want to hear from local people aged 60 plus who have been affected by crimes including financial coercion and other forms of abuse. I also want to hear from people who are worried about crime especially anti-social behaviour. Commission members could have direct experiences of the police and justice system or you may have innovative ideas about community safety and suggestions for improving policing services.”
Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne will question Chief Constable Giles York about the Force’s seasonal campaigns during the first Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) of 2015.WHEN: Friday 16 January, 13:00-15:00WHERE: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/. A recording will be available to view online after the meeting or follow #SusPolScrutiny.Topics on the agenda will include security implications for Sussex following Je Suis Charlie; Operation Dragonfly, the Christmas and New Year Drink-Drive campaign; Operation Ribbon, the Force’s response to tackling domestic abuse incidents over the festive period; drug deaths and unauthorised drone usage.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, is delighted to announce that Chief Constable Giles York has been awarded the Queen's Police Medal (QPM) in recognition of his...
Police in Sussex have a pre-Christmas surprise for more than 40 people who have records for repeated domestic abuse of partners.They are all receiving visits from officers in plain clothes, working with Independent Domestic Violence Advisers (IDVAs), and will be told that during the holiday period police will be paying particular attention to any incidents reported as involving them, and will take robust action wherever possible, including arrest, issue of Domestic Violence Protection Notices (DVPOs), and recall to prison.They will also be given contact details for a charity that specialises in advising perpetrators.
Webcast Available Here :http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/148907...
Organisations across Sussex have pledged to work together to improve care and support for people in crisis due to a mental health condition.On Friday (15 December) the PCC along with the Chief Constable and senior health leaders put pen to paper and signed the Sussex declaration of the national Mental Health Crisis Care Concordat.This declaration, which is part of the nationally shared Concordat, sets out how partners will work together to support people experiencing mental health issues in Sussex. Improved information sharing and partnership working, prevention and early intervention are some of the commitments set out in the declaration.
Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne will question Chief Constable Giles York about the Force’s seasonal campaigns during the final Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) of 2014.WHEN:Friday 19 December, 13:00-15:00WHERE:http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/. A recording will be available to view online after the meeting or follow #SusPolScrutiny.
This Tuesday, the Police & Crime Commissioner, Chief Constable, and East Sussex Divisional Commander hosted the secondCommunity Conversationevent, held at the Winter Garden in Eastbourne.The purpose of these events is to set the context for policing in Sussex and, most importantly, provide an opportunity for residents to pose questions about topical issues directly to their police chiefs.
A new police unit has been set up in Surrey and Sussex to help combat on-line crimeSurrey and Sussex Police are operating a joint Cybercrime Unit (CCU), which started in November this year and is based at Haywards Heath Police Station.The unit, partly funded through an increase in the police precept in 2014/15, secured by the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, has been brought together across both forces and is building on findings from a pilot study in Brighton & Hove CID to help shape new processes and initiatives.
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