Sussex policing candidates debate

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On Friday, voters in Kent, Sussex and Surrey will elect their Police and Crime Commissioners for the first time - a role which could attract a salary of up to £100,000.

The aim is to make the police more accountable to the public. BBC South East presenter Rob Smith went to Sussex to meet the candidates.

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