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.
On 24 February Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, welcomed the Minister for Safeguarding Rachel Maclean MP and Hampshire Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blyth to Lewes to see the Sussex approach to tackling violence against women and girls (VAWG). Deputy Chief Constable Blyth is the newly appointed lead for the national VAWG strategy.
This time last year Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner and National Stalking Lead for the Association of Police & Crime Commissioners, took to social media to call out greeting card and gift companies who were selling ‘stalking themed’ Valentine’s Day cards.
Funding of up to £5,000 available
Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne is inviting organisations across the county to bid for funding to help keep Sussex safe.
The future of funding for Sussex Police is one of the top issues on the agenda at Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) Katy Bourne’s Performance & Accountability Meeting (PAM) this Friday, 17 December.
I’m keen to hear what residents really think about policing and crime in the area.
How safe do you feel in Hastings?
PCC Katy Bourne wants to hear from Hastings residents about their policing priorities and how safe they feel.
How safe do you feel in Chichester?
PCC Katy Bourne wants to hear from Chichester residents about their policing priorities and how safe they feel.
A unique campaign launches today (6th December) to encourage men how to recognise sexual harassment and misogynistic behaviour and give them the confidence and skills to safely call it out when they witness it.