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SUSSEX POLICE RECRUITMENT 'ON TRACK'

Sussex Police have deployed 34 Police Community Support Officers a few weeks early to help boost the county effort to protect the NHS and save lives during this crisis, as our Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne OBE, explains ....

PROTECTING JOBS, BUSINESSES & LIVELIHOODS

Our top priority has always been to support people, protect jobs and businesses through this crisis. The furlough and self-employment schemes have been a lifeline for millions of people and businesses.

EASING LOCKDOWN BURDENS

The Prime Minister has set out a carefully-designed package to ease the burdens of lockdown to keep the virus under control. Everyone must stay alert to control the virus and save lives.

COVID-19 TESTING LAUNCHED NATIONWIDE

From 9am today, the new NHS Test and Trace service launched across England - helping us to keep the virus under control while carefully and safely lifting the lockdown nationally.

GETTING OUR HIGH STREETS OPEN AGAIN

The Government has today announced a new £50 million fund for councils across England to prepare for the safe reopening of high streets and other retail spaces, helping to support livelihoods, to get people back to work and customers back to the shops.

C7 REPAIRS WELCOMED

Maria Caulfield, MP for Lewes, is urging residents in the villages along the C7 to be prepared for overnight road closures in June to allow road resurfacing to take place.

SAFE SPACE SUSSEX

In 2016 the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner launched www.safespacesussex.org.uk - the first online directory of local victim services available in Sussex.  Since lockdown, many support services have reached out to Katy Bourne OBE and expressed