Got a question for Sussex’s Police and Crime Commissioner?

Have you got a question for the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner?


Sussex residents have the chance to question Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) at a meeting next month.

Katy Bourne is inviting local people to put their written questions to her ahead of the next meeting of the Sussex Police and Crime Panel on Friday 6 October.

Questions can be about any policy issue relating to policing in Sussex (but not related to an operational issue, or a live case).

The deadline for receiving questions is Friday 22 September.

Questions can be submitted in writing by email or by telephoning 033 022 22542.

The main item on the agenda at the meeting is how the PCC can make sure the police can effectively deal with youth-related crime. The topic was suggested by members of the public.

The meeting will be held at County Hall, Lewes, starting at 11am. The meeting will also be available by a live webcast.

Councillors from 15 local authorities across Sussex, plus two independent members, make up the Sussex Police and Crime Panel. The role of the Panel is to scrutinise the actions and decisions of the Commissioner.


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Last updated:
1 August 2019
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