• Victims’ Services

    From 1 April 2015 the Police & Crime Commissioner
    will be responsible for commissioning victims’
    services in Sussex.

    To find out more about the support available
    in your area and how to access these services
    please click here click here.

  • Election Guidance

    Some of the Police & Crime Commissioner’s
    activities may be restricted from the start of the pre-election ‘purdah period, until the
    next Government is formed.

    For further information please click here click here.

  • How safe do you
    feel in Sussex?

    Join us at one of our upcoming Talk Sussex
    events and have your say on policing and
    crime priorities.
    Talk Sussex

  • Your Police &
    Crime Plan

    Watch our short video animation to find
    out more about the strategic priorities
    and objectives in the Sussex Police &
    Crime Plan, which are driven by the
    issues that local people and business
    say are important to them.

    Read the SPCC Police & Crime Plan

Funding boost to digitise criminal justice system set to improve victim care in Sussex

A grant award worth £1.1million over two years, from the Government’s ‘Police Innovation Fund’, will provide video technology to help fully digitise the criminal justice system in Sussex over the next 18 months.

The joint bid was submitted by Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne and the Sussex Criminal Justice Board and was backed by a number of criminal justice agencies across Sussex including; Sussex Police, Victim Support, Crown Prosecution Service, HM Courts & Tribunals Service, Probation Service, Prison Service, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Criminal Defence Solicitors. Working more closely together they will ensure swifter, safer justice for victims and witnesses of crime.

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