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CELEBRATING SUSSEX VICTIM SUPPORT

On Monday, the 14th January, the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne will be launching a week-long photographic exhibition at the Jubilee Library in Brighton to celebrate locally-funded victim support services. Here she talks about the project.

POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER'S UPDATE

Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, with an update on funding and much more ...

The first tranche of Community Safety Funding for 2019 is now open and I am inviting organisations across Sussex to bid for up to £5,000 each to help keep Sussex safe.

Britain's World Role - a CPF paper

What should Britain’s role be in the world? How can we maximise our soft power through our aid, trade, and security commitments? How can we make ourselves safer and create more trade in a dangerous world?

The first CPF policy discussion paper of 2019 is looking at Global Britain.

RURAL POLICING UPDATE

The Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, has this update:"

SUSSEX SUCCESS IN EARLY INTERVENTION YOUTH FUND BID

Sussex's Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne is delighted with the recent outcome of the bid to the Home Office's Early Intervention Youth Fund, securing £890,616 to help steer local young people away from crime and inject some positive youth projects back into our communities. 

RURAL CRIME ACTION

Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne on yesterday's National Rural Crime Day of Action when she joined Sergeant Tom Carter and PCSOs Jackie and Chris at Stanmer Park, for one of the Force’s many planned activities across Sussex to tackle rural crime.

EAST SUSSEX FIRE UPDATE by Cllr Roy Galley

THE overall number of fires in the county is down by about 50% in the last 20 years but the Fire and Rescue Service in East Sussex still deals with 9,500 incidents per year, of which 1,132 are so-called primary fires, that is fires which cause injury or affect property.