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Wednesday 20th October 2021


Sussex partners mark Anti-Slavery Day


Sussex partners working to combat modern slavery are reflecting on a year of progress.
In October 2020, Chief Constable Jo Shiner, Chief Executive of East and West Sussex County Councils, Becky Shaw, and Brighton and Hove City Council Chief Executive Geoff Raw marked Anti-Slavery Day with a UN Sustainable Goals pledge from their respective organisations to become a slavery free community in Sussex.
The pledge outlined how partners would work proactively with national and local government, law enforcement agencies, businesses, the voluntary and community sector, faith bodies and local communities.
On behalf of all Sussex partners, Detective Chief Inspector Kris Ottery of Sussex Police said: "Monday 18 October is Anti-Slavery Day this year, so we reflect on the achievements of the last year and our ongoing collective effort through the Sussex Anti-Slavery Network, which includes a wide range of partners across the county.
"Working with the University of Sussex we have successfully enhanced the work of the Network by introducing an online platform for its activities, included a series of informative webinars and podcasts to engage wider businesses and communities.
"The Network and other modern slavery partnerships across Sussex have adapted to the challenges of the pandemic including how exploiters may evolve to exploit resulting vulnerability, supporting a number of initiatives and intensification periods to respond to local concerns." Read full story here

Three men arrested after stabbing in East Grinstead

Police have launched an investigation following a serious assault in East Grinstead on Friday October 15.
Officers attended the Bridge Bar in the High Street at 1.45am and found a man with stab wounds. He is being treated at the Royal Sussex County Hospital.
Earlier the victim and friends had been drinking inside the bar when there was an altercation with another group who were asked to leave.
The interaction continued outside and resulted in a brief chase, during which the victim was injured.
Three men in their 20s have been arrested on suspicion of GBH with intent.
Anyone who saw anything at the time or captured footage is asked to report it online or call 101 quoting serial 101 of 16/10







 
 

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