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@tjtrott It appears we were looking for a hit and run driver - NPAS provide a detailed log of what they are doing: https://t.co/I9vN7Sdo7u 30/09/2014 03:52:56

@Therealdjbez Could you drop it in to your local station? That way we can try to match it up to any existing lost property reports. 30/09/2014 03:44:34

@t_s_s Hello there, this information may be able to be obtained through a Freedom of Information request - please visit our website. 30/09/2014 03:39:09

@CVWhelan Hello there, you can call us on 101 and pass on your details, otherwise email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk 30/09/2014 03:34:41

@ConnerDingo Hello there, if police were involved please call us on 101 or email the details to 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk. 30/09/2014 03:29:10

RT @warrenfranklin3: @sussex_police 2 people both out drinking & driving in Rye tonight & now in the back of Police cars heading to custody#don 30/09/2014 03:25:31

RT @BtnHoveSpecials: Volunteer's work recognised by the Prime Minister http://t.co/T9OUGoGuHi @sussex_police @Number10gov 30/09/2014 03:19:20

RT @NPAS_Redhill: 29/9 1950 #NorthChailey assisting @sussex_police searching for missing woman. Found later safe and well. #dh 30/09/2014 03:16:30

Police appeal for witnesses after 16-year-old is assaulted and robbed in Hastings: Police are ap... http://t.co/qUnNLJcrSI #sussexpolice 29/09/2014 14:33:02

Man charged over knife and bleach attack, Emsworth: Shortly before 8pm on Saturday (27 September... http://t.co/XqbJHdTmjE #sussexpolice 29/09/2014 13:29:34

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Police Property Act Fund (PPAF)

The Police Property Act Fund is made up of monies received by the police from the sale of found property and from property confiscated by order of court and then sold. The main aim of the fund is to support local projects undertaken by voluntary/charitable organisations that solely benefit the communities of Sussex.

The fund is administered by the Force Crime and Justice Department at Sussex Police Headquarters. They will consider any applications from voluntary and charitable organisations and community groups within Sussex. A number of criteria must be met in order for a successful application to be made.

  • Each application needs to be supported by a Sussex Police officer or member of staff who has knowledge of the charity or organisation
  • A maximum amount of £500 can be applied for by each organisation or charity
  • An application will not be considered if a previous donation from us has been made within the past three years
  • The decision to make a donation and the amount donated will depend on the number of applications being considered at any one time and the amount that is available in the fund at the time of the application

Should you wish an organisation or group that you are involved in to be considered for funding please contact your local Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT). They will be able to recommend you for funding using the application form. Find your NPT here.

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