Chance to question the Police Crime Commissioner

Residents are being given the chance to question the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner at a meeting next month.

 

Release date: 28 May 2019

Residents are being given the chance to question the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner at a meeting next month.

Sussex Police’s policy on Dog units, speeding and illegal hunting are just some of the issues Katy Bourne has answered in the past.

Written questions should be submitted by 12 noon on Friday 14 June.

The Commissioner will then respond during the next meeting of the Sussex Police and Crime Panel on Friday 28 June.

Councillor Bill Bentley, chairman of the Sussex Police and Crime Panel, said: “We welcome as many questions as possible from members of the public.

“The role of the panel is to scrutinise the work of the Commissioner and we want to make sure the issues we raise are relevant to Sussex residents.”

Questions can be about any policy issue relating to policing in Sussex, but not operational matters or live cases.

The main items on the agenda include the Police Crime Commissioner’s Annual Report, harassment and stalking and the Early Intervention Youth Fund.

Questions can be submitted by emailing pcp@westsussex.gov.uk, or by calling 0330 222 2542.

The meeting will be held on Friday 28 June, starting at 10:30am, at County Hall, Lewes and will be available to watch online.

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