‘Do gooders’ will be up in arms but it’s time for action says retired cop

On the day a young policeman died on duty in Berkshire the Deputy Chief Constable of Sussex Jo Shiner said that assaults on police should not be seen as 'part of the job'. Ms Shiner was responding to figures released that day showing that assaults on officers in Sussex have risen by 16 per cent... Continue Reading →

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Sussex PCC hails ‘transformation’ of policing

The future of policing is being transformed according to Katy Bourne the Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex. Ms Bourne who was recently elected Chairman of the Association of Police & Crime Commissioners (APCC) says the Prime Minister's announcement that 20,000 more police officers are to be recruited across the country is what is driving the... Continue Reading →

Suspects are in ‘reflective’ mood

These two suspected burglars might be thinking 'on reflection' that they made a mistake. This CCTV image captures them and their reflections outside the Ocean Spice bar at White Rock, Hastings, just before 7am on Tuesday July 16th. They are suspected of then breaking in and stealing bottles of alcohol valued at about £150, and... Continue Reading →

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