Launching the Safe Space Sussex app
Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has launched a new app called ‘Safe Space Sussex’. The app is aimed at helping people should they feel unsafe outside of their home.
National Stalking Awareness Week
This week (April 25-29) is National Stalking Awareness Week. Sussex PCC Katy Bourne looks at how Sussex is leading the way in tackling stalking.
This week’s Performance and Accountability Meeting (PAM) will be held on Friday 22 April.
Launching the new Rural Partnership Network
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne today attended the launch of the Rural Partnerships Network hosted by Sussex Police. The aim of the new network is to develop innovative partnership approaches to tackling rural crime across the county.
As part of the Home Office’s Safer Streets funding, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has provided funds to East Sussex County Council to deliver ‘safe, healthy relationship’ education in secondary schools.
Last week, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne met with staff from the Community Payback Team at the Probation Service in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner and APCC Lead on Business Crime, Katy Bourne responds to the 2021 Commercial Victimisation Survey.
Technology in modern-day policing
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne met with members of Sussex Police’s Rural Crime Team to see how drones are helping to catch criminals from the sky.
This week’s Performance and Accountability Meeting (PAM) will be the first of the monthly meetings hosted by PCC Katy Bourne in 2022 after postponements due to Covid and Storm Eunice.
Businesses of all sizes can be targets of crime. Theft affects profit margins and viability, while staff can be subjected to abusive language, aggression or violence which can be devastating and leave a lasting, negative impact on them and the wider community.