The future of police and fire & rescue services in Lewes: Friends of Lewes talk – Wednesday 21 February 2018, 7pm

Giles York and Dawn Whittaker: The future of police & fire and rescue services in Lewes

There are changes afoot with two of our emergency services: Sussex Police, and the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service now share combined headquarters in the Malling House complex, and are progressively combining their operations.

Add to this the budgetary pressures of austerity and the changing nature of the demands being placed on them, and the need for a new strategic approach to their services in Lewes is clear.

The Chief Constable, Giles York, and the Chief Fire Officer, Dawn Whittaker, will describe their plans.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how these two key public services are responding strategically to new challenges and demands.

Lewes Police, and Fire & Rescue Service

7.00pm Lecture Room, Lewes Town Hall (Fisher Street entrance)

Please note the earlier start time

Open to all – admission free to Friends of Lewes members, £3 for non-members

Wine and juice can be purchased in the interval

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