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Tuesday July 07
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18:32

Seaford North local team

Meet the team

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PC Stuart Hyde

Mobile: 07825 753558

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

stuart.hyde@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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PCSO Daniel Turk

Mobile: 07787 685715

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

daniel.turk@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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PCSO Jack Page

Mobile: 07584704311

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

jack.page@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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E-mail: contact.centre@sussex.pnn.police.uk

Tel: 101 or 01273 470 101

Police station address:

Church Street, Seaford
BN25 1HG

Station opening times - Journey planner



Seaford Neighbourhood Policing Team comes under Lewes District Neighbourhood Policing Team The District Commander is Chief Inspector Rob Leet The team is comprised of Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers, Special Constables and staff members who are all dedicated to working together with local partnership agencies and communities to keep Sussex safe. We work closely with local people to identify neighbourhood priorities and work on solutions and actions to address these priorities. If you would like to get involved in priority setting for your community please contact your PC or PCSO. Your officers are readily available at local meetings and events, via phone, email or by visiting a local Police Station, Public Contact Point, or Community Hub. Seaford Police Station Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00am - 2:00pm, Closed Saturday,Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Bank Holidays To report non-urgent crimes or incidents please call 101. You should always call 999 immediately if: A crime is being committed now The offender is still there or nearby People are injured, being threatened or in danger.

Local events

Meet members of the Seaford Policing team

Type: Local surgery

Date/Time: 4 Aug 2015, 11:00

End Date/Time: 4 Aug 2015, 11:30

Location:

Seeability, The Bradley Centre Seaford., BN25 2HS

Dear Residents, Your Local Neighbourhood Policing team will be providing meeting opportunities for Lewes district Residents to meet members of their local team. We will be able to inform you of upcoming campaigns, incentives and events, plus update you on those which have run since the previous meet and greet. We will provide crime prevention advice, offer reassurance and assistance where required. If you have any Community Policing related questions, this will be an opportunity to have them answered. If you have an event you would Like a PCSO to attend or any more pressing issue in the mean time, please contact Sussex police on 101 for non emergency incidents or in an emergency on 999. You can also get help, advice and information via our Website www.sussex.police.uk

Local priorities

Priority 1 for the District at this time is raising awareness of scams and educating people in our communities about how to reduce the risk of falling victim to crime. With this in mind, please take a few moments to read the information below, which relates to Scams. There has been a rise in the number of reported incidents of fraud right across the country. These simple guidelines will help you to identify when a scam is taking place.

Issue raised on 9 Jun 2015

Remember the 10 Golden rules to beat the Scammers Be suspicious of all Too Good to be true Offers and deals. There are no guaranteed get-rich quick schemes. Do not agree to offers or deals immediately. Insist on time to obtain independent / legal advice before making a decision. Do not hand over money or sign anything until you have checked all the credentials of the company / individuals. Never send money to anyone you dont know or trust (whether in the UK or abroad) or use methods of payment that you are not comfortable with. Never give banking or personal details to anyone you do not know or trust. This information is valuable, make sure you protect it. Always log onto a website directly rather than clicking on links provided in an email. Do not rely solely on glowing testimonials: find solid independent evidence of a companys success. Always get independent / legal advice if an offer involves money, time or commitment. If you spot a scam or have been scammed, report it and get help. Contact Action fraud 0300 123 2040 or online at actionfraud.org.uk Contact the Police if the suspect is known or still in the area. Do not be embarrassed to report a scam. Because the scammers are cunning and clever there is no shame in being deceived. By reporting you will make it more difficult for them to deceive others. From the little book of big scams (available through the Sussex police website www.sussex.police.uk or form Actionfruad on the web address listed above.

Priority 2 at this time is to assist you, to reduce your risk of becoming a victim of burglary or theft. This included dwelling burglary, thefts from vehicles and from sheds and other outbuildings.

Issue raised on 9 Jun 2015

The good news is that the risk of becoming a victim of burglary in Sussex is low. However during the summer, that risk can increase because doors and windows left open make it easier for burglars to gain access. Stay secure this summer If you leave your house empty even when you are in the back garden lock all the doors and windows and make sure fanlight windows are closed. Be especially careful about those areas on the ground floor and above flat roof areas.