Our Priorities

"As your PCC, my job is to hold the Chief Constable of Sussex Police to account and ensure that the police focus on local priorities. I believe every citizen has a right to feel safe on the streets and in their homes.

"In consultation with the Chief Constable and the people of Sussex, I have published a Police & Crime Plan setting out the priorities and local objectives that local people and business say are important to them.

With your support, I am determined that Sussex Police will operate effectively and efficiently and that the values I have embraced during my professional career – hard work, integrity and fairness – underpin everything we do together."

Together we can cut crime; Together we can all be Safer in Sussex

Police and Crime Plan

Police and Crime Plan

Read the strategic policing direction for our county with objectives for how policing services will be delivered in Sussex up to 2021
Police Budget

Police Budget

The PCC holds a shared responsibility with the Chief Constable for providing effective financial and budget planning for the short, medium and longer term
National Responsibilities

National Responsibilities

The SPR ensures that a national capacity and capability is maintained against a localised agenda.
Commissioning

Commissioning

Our vision is to develop a strong community of voluntary services and effective partnerships with statutory agencies in Sussex
Access to Justice

Access to Justice

Video Enabled Justice (VEJ), Restorative Justice (RJ) and the Surrey & Sussex Criminal Justice Partnership (SSCJP)
Collaboration

Collaboration

Information regarding the PCC's duty to collaborate with all three emergency services
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