A Sussex Police scheme that will see volunteers help support fraud victims across the county has been launched today by Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne.
Taking road safety seriously in Sussex
Road safety experts in Sussex have pledged their commitment to making the county’s roads safer after the first Road Safety Summit was held in Chichester yesterday (November 27).
A new recruitment campaign for special constables has been launched in Sussex.
On Tuesday, November 19, one of the oldest women’s centre in the country marked their 45th birthday. Brighton Women’s Centre celebrated by hosting their first conference ‘Time for Unity’ bringing together women they have helped over the years and other support services that they have grown.
On 21 November the third remote court link for victims and witnesses in Sussex was opened in Brighton & Hove.
Coercive Control - do not suffer in silence
Sussex Police is running a campaign over two weeks starting on Monday (18 November) with a focus on coercive and controlling behaviour in a domestic context, as part of ongoing awareness raising on domestic abuse.
Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne is inviting organisations across Sussex to bid for funding of up to £5,000 to help keep Sussex safe.
In Essex last month, a tragic incident occurred which has rightly pushed human trafficking, people smuggling and modern slavery to the forefront of public consciousness.
The Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne has welcomed government proposals announced Monday to consult on giving police further powers to deal with unauthorised encampments.
Tackling burglary in our rural communities
From Monday 28 October to Sunday 3 November, the force is running Operation Magpie, its bi-annual burglary prevention and awareness campaign, providing timely advice to people on securing their property.