Sussex Police has appointed its first ever female Chief Constable.
Deputy Chief Constable Jo Shiner will take up the post on the 11th of July. She has set out her priorities as protecting communities, catching criminals and delivering an outstanding service to victims.
The new Chief Constable, who is also the National Policing Lead for Children and Young People said it is vital that young people are not unnecessarily criminalised.
Following the reopening of non-essential retail, Crawley Borough Council and its partners have attempted to make the town centre and neighbourhood parades safe for the return of shoppers and staff.
Signage, floor stickers, the Queens Square digital screen lamppost banners, and social media – are designed to provide guidance and reassurance to visitors and workers as they return to our retail areas. Where space is limited we are asking to people to travel in a one way direction only; in other areas to travel along different sides of pedestrianised streets to maintain social distance.
When visiting shops, please:
• Follow social distancing guidelines
• Pay by contactless where possible
• Follow directional signage
• Wear face coverings when social distancing isn’t possible
• Be considerate and give way where paths are narrow.