• Join the Community Conversation

    Sussex Police & Crime Community Conversations:
    Brighton & Hove, Monday 6th October,
    6.30pm at Hove Town Hall.

    Pose your questions about policing and crime
    to PCC Katy Bourne, Chief Constable Giles York
    and Divisional Commander Nev Kemp.
    Click here to find out more.

  • Have your say – public consultation on anti-social behaviour

    The PCC is inviting residents to have their say on how people who commit anti-social behaviour (ASB) and low level crime are dealt with. Complete the survey here.

    Click here to complete the survey.

  • 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

  • Safer in Sussex Community Fund

    Apply today for the Police & Crime Commissioner’s
    Safer in Sussex Community Fund, which provides
    financial support to local projects that tackle
    crime and improve community safety.
    Safer in Sussex Community Fund

Best use of stop & search powers and child sexual exploitation are some of the issues that will be discussed at the Performance & Accountability Meeting

This month’s Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) will take place on Friday 26 September between Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, and Chief Constable, Giles York. The meeting is webcast live from 1-3pm.

Items on the agenda for Friday’s meeting include, unannounced inspections of police custody in order to ensure that vulnerable members of society are being dealt with appropriately; best use of stop and search powers; Sussex Police’s planning for the Lewes Bonfire particularly around public safety; child sexual exploitation; the increase in the number of recorded violent crimes as well as the Superintendent Direct Entry programme.

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