The Chief Constable for Sussex Police Jo Shiner has said she is “intently listening and ready to act” on the experiences of women and girls across the county.
It follows on after former Metropolitan police officer, Wayne Couzens, was sentenced to life for the kidnap and murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard in March.
Jo Shiner acknowledged the crime has shocked the nation and left some people doubting the police, particularly women.
Last week Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, announced a further £1million in Government funding had been secured to tackle violence against women and girls across Sussex.
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