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Tune into our online TV channel and follow the views, thoughts and experiences of Katy Bourne in her role as Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner. You can search and view these films by each Police & Crime Plan priority using the filters below. If you would like to suggest another topic for the PCC to discuss on film please contact us with your ideas. 

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More investment to tackle domestic abuse
26/02/2015
PCC Katy Bourne has allocated over £100,000 to support Sussex Police in safe-guarding against domestic abuse. The funding will extend the force’s use of dedicated ‘Operation Ribbon’ domestic abuse patrol cars until the end of April 2015 and will also enable the purchase of 200 specialist smart phones with enhanced technology to support high-risk victims of domestic abuse.
vlog - February 2015
24/02/2015
The PCC holds a Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) each month with Sussex Police Chief Constable Giles York. Questions during each PAM are themed around the four priorities in the Police & Crime Plan “Safer in Sussex”: Crime & Community Safety; Victim Focus; Public Confidence; and Value for Money. The issues raised during these meetings are based around the concerns that members of the public raise with Mrs Bourne. Every PAM is webcast live and recordings of each meeting are available to view online: http://www.sussex-pcc.public-i.tv/. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #SusPolScrutiny.
vlog - January 2015
02/02/2015
Twenty young people from across the county have begun their journey as new members of the PCC's ‘Sussex Youth Commission on Policing & Crime’. Meanwhile applications have opened for the first Sussex Elders' Commission, providing residents aged 6o years and older an opportunity to support, challenge and inform the local Police & Crime Plan.    
PCC tells local radio station about her #TalkSussex engagement programme
17/12/2014
PCC explains to Spirit FM why she is looking forward to meeting Bognor residents in Morrisons. She also discusses why she is currently consulting on the Precept, the policing part of Council Tax.
Listen to Spirit FM interview with Bognor Youth Commission member
17/12/2014
Want to join the Sussex Youth Commission? Then hear what Youth Commission member, Joe Skinner, has to say about his experience.
vlog - December 2014
10/12/2014
Filmed at the East Sussex Community Conversation, held at the Winter Garden, Eastbourne, this month's vlog captures some of the questions posed by residents to the PCC, Chief Constable and Divisional Commander about policing and crime in Sussex. The lively Q&A was chaired by local newspaper editor, Keith Ridley, and Christina Ewbank, Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce, joined the panel to represent the interests of the local business community.
Restorative Justice - Tracey’s story
27/11/2014
Hear how the restorative justice process helped a Worthing woman and her family move on with their lives following a burglary.
vlog - November 2014
24/11/2014
The Sussex Youth Commission has published its final report and recommendations, following a nine month pilot project to gather and record the views and opinions of over 2,000 young people across Sussex on policing and crime. PCC Katy Bourne interviews Chiz and Louis, two members of her Youth Commission, about their involvement in the project and to explain how their recommendations will be taken forward.
Sussex Police People Live: Youth Commission interview with Chief Constable
18/11/2014
On Friday 10 October Sussex Police opened its doors to the public as part of Sussex Police People Live. Chief Constable Giles York was interviewed by Sussex Youth Commission member, Chiz Nwaosu.
Going forward; Youth Commission’s Big Conversation event
18/11/2014
In September the Sussex Youth Commission held The Big Conversation Conference at the American Express Community Stadium. The event was well received by guests and partners and further endorsed by the Chief Constable, who made a personal commitment to take forward the recommendations.
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