Kahina Bouhassane, who recently stood for the party as their Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner candidate, alongside local equalities campaigner Tom Pashby have been selected as Green Party candidates by a vote of local members.
Katy Bourne has presided over a 3% cut in police officer numbers across Sussex since she was first elected in 2012, data obtained from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has shown. Despite claims made in an interview with BBC Radio Sussex last week, the ONS data details how there were 230 less police officersContinue reading “Tory Katy Bourne, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, implements 3% cut in Police Officer numbers”
Kahina Bouhassane, Green Party candidate for Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, has added her voice to those raising concerns over ongoing Home Office pressure to place fire services under the control of Policing and Crime Commissioners. The Home Office is increasing pressure up and down the country for local fire and rescue services to comeContinue reading “Kahina Bouhassane defends fire services against threat to transfer control away from local councillors”
Sussex Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner has called the police force’s use of stop and search methods proportionate, in response to questions from the Green Party.
The Green Party has announced Kahina Bouhassane is their candidate in the upcoming Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Elections, pledging to make the Sussex force “a police for the people”.
For some, Valentine’s Day symbolises love, romance, and affection. For domestic abuse victims, it represents additional pressure, helplessness, and trauma. Brighton and Hove Green Party Chair, Kahina Bouhassane echoes Green Councillors call to make misogyny a hate crime.