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.@RayChubsyWeale Well-trained people working with local teams rather than at remote offices. Increased liaison with other interested people. 22/05/2015 13:21:13

.@Sussexpcc External communications and engagement programme launched in March. Feedback encouraged http://t.co/IjV50AjzSL #SusPolScrutiny 22/05/2015 13:11:12

.@Sussexpcc @KatyBourne @CCGilesYork Co-locating key people embedded in our divisions. Increased stakeholder awareness. Thorough training. 22/05/2015 12:59:49

#Saltdean man is first person in Sussex convicted under new drug-driving law that came into force in March http://t.co/hTLjIppHwb 22/05/2015 12:59:17

.@Sussexpcc Restorative justice is not instead of the judicial process. Looking to see where victims can benefit from RJ beyond judicial. 22/05/2015 12:55:59

Eastbourne people being asked for information about tragic death of Emma Crowhurst - http://t.co/lsf6SfBhcB 22/05/2015 12:44:04

@Sussexpcc @ukhomeoffice reducing supply of super strength alcohol can significantly reduce alcohol related incidents among street drinkers 22/05/2015 12:38:31

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Top five tips to prevent fraud:

  1. Do not give any personal information (name, address, bank details, email or phone number) to organisations or people before verifying their credentials.
  2. Many frauds start with an email. Remember that banks and financial institutions will not send you an email asking you to click on a link and confirm your bank details. Always question whether an email could be bogus.
  3. Destroy and preferably shred receipts with your card details on and post with your name and address on. Identity fraudsters don't need much information in order to be able to clone your identity.
  4. If you have been a victim of fraud, be aware of fraud recovery fraud. This is when fraudsters pretend to be a lawyer or a law enforcement officer and tell you they can help you recover the money you've already lost.
  5. To report fraud or if you need advice, visit Action Fraud's website for more information.

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