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Rob's (@WSCCNews) final thought from today's broadcast about #HateCrime. Find the full vid on #Periscope. #HCAW15 13/10/2015 17:56:48

Police concerned for missing Norman Mitchell from Littlehampton 13/10/2015 15:52:06

@lloyd_lloyd1 Hello. We are finding out for you and will let you know. Thank you 13/10/2015 14:50:58

Tony, victim of hate crime: "I've been treated with the utmost respect by the police." Call 101 or report online. 13/10/2015 13:59:57

Catch up with our #HCAW15 #Periscope broadcast here: Next one this Fri at 7.30pm #NHCAW #Sussex #HateCrime 13/10/2015 13:53:47

@AdamLiterally It would be considered careless driving.Please report this to Operation Crackdown here: 13/10/2015 13:51:08

@VN_UK @SgtPeterAllan you can watch again here: Also, email for more info 13/10/2015 13:48:38

@VN_UK Hi Viktoria - did you catch the answer to your question on Periscope? 13/10/2015 13:28:35

Our hate crime #Periscope chat has now finished. Pls do keep asking us questions though, we're still here to talk about hate crime #NHCAW 13/10/2015 13:12:29

Fiona rep for Jewish Community "Hate comes out of fear and ignorance. We need to educate about the beautiful difference in diversity" #NHCAW 13/10/2015 13:06:54

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Wednesday October 14


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