Monday (15 June) marks World Elder Abuse Awareness Day - a day that aims to raise awareness of the maltreatment of older people.
Community resolutions via WhatsApp
Sussex Police have begun holding Restorative Justice (RJ) community resolutions via WhatsApp video to tackle hate crime in ‘lockdown’. In just two weeks they have heard five sessions of cases ranging from homophobic attacks to racially aggravated incidents.
Sussex Police is marking Volunteers' Week by celebrating the incredible contribution made by its Special Constabulary.
Sussex Police has launched a new rural crime team, whose overall aim is to crack down on unlawful behaviour in isolated communities.
Sussex Police’s Tactical Enforcement Unit (TEU) has launched an additional team in West Sussex division to continue to make the county a ‘hostile environment’ for dangerous and persistent criminals.
Police are reminding all road users to drive and ride responsibly, after more than 800 speeding offences were detected over the bank holiday weekend.
Meet the new recruits who joined the force as the county locked down to fight the pandemic
As the nation went into lockdown and the force readied itself for the peak of the Covid 19 pandemic, new recruit PCSO Tara Reid McCoy was just about to start her new career on the streets of East Sussex.
Emergency funding to support charities helping victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence
PCC Katy Bourne has been allocated £576,000 to distribute to organisations who support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence across Sussex.
This is the message Sussex Safer Roads Partnership will be reminding the public of, as they continue work to combat the high speeds taking place on Sussex roads.