Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, will join Adam Quinney, National Farmers Union Vice President at the East Sussex AGM this week (Thursday 6 December). The meeting is being held at Boship Hotel, Lower Dicker, and starts at 7.00pm.
Katy Bourne is visiting Westminster today to attend a ‘welcome event’ with home secretary Theresa May.All 41 of the Police & Crime Commissioners – elected last month – are set to attend, with issues to be discussed including the challenges faced by central government funding cuts and concerns over growing involvement of the private sector in policing.
Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, will attend a public meeting today (Friday 30 November), at the Dorset Gardens Methodist Church at 5.30pm. The meeting is being held to give local residents and businesses the opportunity to raise their concerns following a series of violent incidents in St James Street and an article by the Argus highlighting safety concerns in the area.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, attended The Rise Living Library this week (Thursday 29 November). The event brings together service users and professionals so that members of the public can ask them openly about their lives and experiences.Rise, formerly the Women’s Refuge Project, was founded in 1994 and is an independent, registered charity providing services for women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse, in West Sussex, Brighton & Hove.
Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, attended the National Farmers Union (NFU) West Sussex AGM in Billingshurst this week (Wednesday November 27).The Commissioner listened to West Sussex NFU concerns and responded to questions about metal theft, poaching, burglary, and travellers.
The Sussex Police and Crime Panel met for the first time this week (Monday November 26), and heard from Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, who officially took up her post on Thursday November 22. The Commissioner outlined her vision for the role and took questions from members of the Panel.
The Chairman of the outgoing Sussex Police Authority has welcomed the election of Katy Bourne as the new Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (SPCC). On 15 November 2012 the people of Sussex elected Katy Bourne to replace Sussex Police Authority to oversee policing and crime in Sussex on their behalf. Following the election the newly elected SPCC will take office on the 22 November, with the last day of the Police Authority being the 21 November.
Election Result
Katy Elizabeth Bourne has been elected the first, ever Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (SPCC). All the SPCC election results can be found on the Brighton & Hove City Council website
As the election draws nearer there is more and more news coverage both locally and nationally about Police & Crime Commissioners. In the next few days you can find out more about the election of PCCs both nationally and from the candidates in Sussex by tuning in to the following shows:Wednesday 7 Nov, 7.30pmBBC 1 - Nicky...
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