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Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has welcomed the Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss to find out about the work of the award-winning Sussex Restorative Justice Partnership.
One in two Sussex residents have or know someone aged 65 or over who has been targeted by fraudsters
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne’s response to today’s Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) Effectiveness report into Sussex Police.
Sussex Business Wardens have gained targeted police powers to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour as part of an initiative supported by Sussex PCC Katy Bourne and The Southern Co-operative. Business Wardens operate under a public/private partnership and cover Eastbourne, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis and Haywards Heath. Eight wardens, employed by SWL Security Services, have been trained and accredited with the new powers.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has welcomed Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal to her office in Lewes to mark the third year of co-ordinated restorative justice across the county.
PCC Katy Bourne is to question the Chief Constable about Sussex Police’s use of controversial spit guards for detainees in custody. She will also be challenging him about how Sussex Police support rural communities and a recent report from the Police Federation of England and Wales which estimated that there are more than 6,600 assaults on police officers every day.
Commenting on the Government’s announcement of a £40 million package of measures to tackle child sexual abuse and child trafficking, Sussex PCC Katy Bourne said:”Child sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking have a devastating impact on the lives of our children. These are crimes that are notoriously complex to prevent and prosecute so it’s right that more money is being directed into bringing offenders to justice, targeting online exploitation and protecting vulnerable children at risk of
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has welcomed a report which appears to show victims are becoming more confident in how police handle reports of sexual offences.
Commenting on National Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2017, which is calling on the UK to collectively say ‘It’s Not OK” and spread the hashtag #ItsNotOk on social media, Sussex PCC Katy Bourne said:
Speaking after Sussex Police ran a week of enforcement from 23-29 January as part of the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership’s It Can Wait campaign, Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has praised the initiative for raising awareness of the dangers of in-car distractions from your mobile phone.
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