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Lewes

District Commander Chief Inspector Rob Leet

Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent Neil Honnor

 

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  • District Commanders Monthly update for July 2014.

    In recent months we have received contact from residents within Lewes district who have reported concerns about door to door sales people and door step scams.
    In response to this I would like to offer you assurances that we are working daily with the local Council and partner agencies to raise awareness around these issues, to support our communities and encourage the reporting of suspicious activity.

    One Scheme which has proved to be both popular and successful in Seaford where it has been running for around 18 Months is the Designated No Cold Calling area set up after public consultation.
    Following the success of the scheme in Seaford, Peacehaven and Saltdean residents also elected for No Cold Calling zones to be set up and the process is now almost complete. In the final stages, our Neighbourhood Policing teams are hand delivering No Cold Calling door stickers to every home in the designated areas.
    In Newhaven, local residents have recently been involved in a consultation process and the majority vote was in favour of this initiative. We are pleased to report that the Newhaven No Cold Calling zone will launch in the next couple of months.

    Within Neighbourhood policing much of our focus is around encouraging the Public to report incidents so that we are able to create the most comprehensive picture possible of criminal and suspicious activity happening within our communities. In addition, we are always working hard to deliver a quality customer service and therefore it is equally important to us to provide our communities with information which will help them to protect themselves from falling victim to crime.
    On our website www.sussex.police.uk you will find links to Action Fraud, Neighbourhood watch, Project Kraken and Project Pegasus which are joint initiatives which focus around the coastal and maritime environment and many others. Please take time to look at these as your involvement helps us to serve you better.

    Rob Leet
    Chief Inspector
    Lewes District Commander

    Twitter: @ChInspRobLeet



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