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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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Restorative Justice Explained
13/11/2015
John Willett, Strategic Restorative Justice Manager for Sussex explains the Restorative Justice process and how it can help those affected by crime to repair the harm.
Sussex is #NoPlaceForHate
09/11/2015
Watch the video and hear how Sussex residents are taking a stand against hate crime by downloading the Self Evident App. The crime reporting app is an existing piece of technology. However, financial investment from the PCC and her counterpart in London has enabled more custom-built software to be added which allows victims of hate crime to access help and support without involving the police.
How much would you pay for policing in Sussex?
06/11/2015
PCC Katy Bourne has launched a public consultation to see if residents are prepared to pay an additional amount through their Council Tax for policing in Sussex. Listen to this interview, broadcast on Spirit FM, to find out more about the investment proposals and how you can have your say.
Youth Commission’s Big Conversation Event (Full length version)
28/10/2015
What do young people really think of the police? That was the question that was answered at the Sussex Youth Commission’s (SYC) ‘Big Conversation’ Conference at the American Express Community Stadium back in September. The SYC’s 38 members, aged 15 to 25, presented their findings and recommendations to over 150 guests that included Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, Chief Constable Giles York.
Youth Commission’s Big Conversation Event (One minute version)
28/10/2015
What do young people really think of the police? That was the question that was answered at the Sussex Youth Commission’s (SYC) ‘Big Conversation’ Conference at the American Express Community Stadium back in September. The SYC’s 38 members, aged 15 to 25, presented their findings and recommendations to over 150 guests that included Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, Chief Constable Giles York.
Sussex Elders’ Commission speak to BBC Sussex
22/10/2015
Some of our Sussex Elders' Commission (SEC) members recently spoke with BBC Sussex's Political Reporter, Ben Weisz, about their role in the SEC and how it is giving older residents in the county a voice on policing and crime.
Will’s story: Hear how Nightstop is helping young homeless people
22/10/2015
Nightstop is a local charity which trains and supports volunteers to become ‘hosts’ and offer a room in their own homes to a young homeless person. It recently received a £5,000 funding grant from the PCC's Safer in Sussex Fund. Watch this short film to find out about Nightstop's work and the difference it made to Will, who was sleeping rough on the streets of Brighton.
Sussex Elders’ Commission member on Age UK radio
16/10/2015
As part of Older People's Day Sussex Elders' Commission (SEC) member and Bexhill resident Pauline Jackson was interviewed by Age UK radio about her role in the SEC and its importance to older people in Sussex. Pauline spoke about her belief that older people are often ignored and made to feel that their views don't count and her concern for those who are isolated or suffer from loneliness.
Sussex Youth Commission speak to BBC Sussex
16/10/2015
Members of the Sussex Youth Commission along with MP Tim Loughton and Chief Constable Giles York, were interviewed by BBC Sussex's Political Reporter, Ben Weisz, during the Big Conversation Event at the AMEX Stadium in September 2015. Ben spoke to members about online bullying, young people's relationship with the police and hate crime. He also recorded Mr York's pledge to give the Youth Commission 'anything they want'.
#Talk Sussex: Crawley Mela (full length version)
22/09/2015
In August the PCC's Talk Sussex programme of interactive events visited Crawley Mela, a long established multi-cultural festival which encourages and empowers people to work together for the benefit of their community. The PCC spoke to people on a range of issues that included anti social behaviour, police visibility, stop and search and hate crime. Throughout autumn and winter the PCC will be visiting many areas across Sussex from community centres to shopping centres and libraries.
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