Tory Police and Crime Commissioner candidate meets Hove MP

Besi Besemar August 23, 2012

Mike Weatheley & Katy Bourne

Katy Bourne, the Conservative Party candidate in the forthcoming Police & Crime Commissioner elections on Thursday, November 15 has met with Mike Weatherley, MP for Hove and Portslade to discuss policing issues facing local residents.

During their meeting, Mike raised a number of local issues with Katy and used the opportunity to hear more about her priorities which include cutting crime, improving detection rates, putting victims back at the heart of the Criminal Justice System, tackling anti-social behaviour and delivering value for money from our police force for Sussex as a whole.

Mike said:

“It was really useful to discuss issues facing residents of Hove and Portslade with Katy. The creation of Police & Crime Commissioners is an excellent idea and I very much believe that Katy’s priorities will make Hove and Portslade a safer place. I hope that everyone will take this special opportunity to have their say on the future of policing in Sussex.”

For more information on Katy’s priorities, view her website: Katy Bourne