Sussex PCC Katy Bourne chaired the latest Safer Sussex Business Partnership meeting this week, (20th July) bringing together major UK and international retailers, business organisations and police business crime experts.
With final lockdown measures due to be lifted on 19th July, Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne will be addressing questions on the challenges this poses for policing to Chief Constable Shiner in her webcast Performance & Accountability Meeting this Friday.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne is inviting residents to have their say on local crime and policing issues as part of her new online Talk Sussex survey. The short survey takes just a few minutes to complete.
A project aimed at reducing drug-related crime and protecting people from harm has seen multiple arrests in its first few months.
Twenty-five new recruit constables have taken their first steps in policing this week.
After the Home Affairs Select Committee published its Violence and Abuse Towards Retail Workers First Report, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne said she acknowledged the Committee’s recommendations and welcomed recognition of the progress made in Sussex to tackle business crime.
A routine road safety check led to a substantial quantity of cash, drugs and associated paraphernalia being found at an address in Haywards Heath.
A Sussex Police initiative to help domestic abuse victims during and since lockdown has been praised in a national report.
Sussex PCC Katy Bourne joined Seb James, Managing Director at Boots UK and ROI to cut the ribbon at the official opening of Boots UK’s new CCTV Monitoring Centre at its headquarters in Beeston, Nottingham this week.