Sussex Police officers and staff will fall silent this afternoon as they join thousands of others on the first anniversary of the Shoreham air crash in remembering those who died.
SUSSEX police are finally to apologise to the mother of a disabled 11 year-old girl four years after her daughter was restrained in a spit hood but are refusing to rule out using the controversial technique on children again.
Silence fell as a community paused to remember the 11 men killed in the Shoreham air crash on the first anniversary of the disaster.
SUSSEX will fall silent at 1.22pm today to remember the lives lost in the Shoreham Airshow disaster.
A NUMBER of issues are remarkable about Sussex Police’s response to the scandal of the spit hood used on an 11-year-old disabled girl.
Communities will fall silent today to remember the 11 men killed in the Shoreham air crash, exactly one year on from the disaster.
Eleven altar candles were lit by victims' families at a church service to remember the 11 men killed in the Shoreham air crash, ahead of the disaster's first anniversary.
HIS football boots remain next to the back door, as if he had just come home from training or a match.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather on Monday to mark the first anniversary of the Shoreham air disaster, which killed 11 men.