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Saturday May 23
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Change of non emergency number

From Monday 18 February, you will no longer be able to reach Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999. Last year, we joined all other police forces in England and Wales in adopting the new, national 101 number for non-emergency telephone contact. Calls to this number cost a maximum of 15p for the duration whether you are calling from a landline or mobile phone. We also have our own Sussex non-emergency number: 01273 470 101 - this is charged at local rates which means that if you're calling from a landline and have an inclusive package, it may be free of charge.

Although we offer both emergency and non-emergency phone lines which are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, increasing numbers of people now find it quicker and easier to contact us online: you can find out information about us and report non-emergency incidents at www.sussex.police.uk Emails sent through from here reach staff in our non-emergency contact centre.