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Warning after thefts from vehicles in Seaford: Police in Seaford are warning residents to be on ... http://t.co/WYd8XOLtzp #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 17:19:28

Two quad bikes stolen in Worthing: Between 6pm on Tuesday 20 January and 7am on Thursday 22 Janu... http://t.co/Y7KXhbRrVv #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 17:19:27

Wanted man arrested on suspicion of burglaries in Bexhill: A 24-year-old who was wanted for reca... http://t.co/F857HbKbBV #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 16:39:21

Man assaulted in Friary Way, Crawley: Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in... http://t.co/VQL7KNfD9Y #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 16:39:21

New information in hunt for East Sussex prisoner at large: Police searching for Lucas Lamb, who ... http://t.co/yGfP1qPVKu #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 15:57:39

@sophie_m1597 No report of firearms officers being in this area today. Only a report of debris in the road at 11.40am, road is now clear. 28/01/2015 14:59:09

Police and mental health nurse scheme expands across Sussex: An innovative pilot project which s... http://t.co/2ksSMxU6t7 #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 14:35:51

Girl approached by man in St Leonards-on-Sea: Police are investigating after a 12-year-old girl,... http://t.co/hZs74f7WwU #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 14:35:50

UPDATE: Brighton shooting thought to have been a targeted attack: The shooting incident at Elmor... http://t.co/CYk9vjHoC4 #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 13:54:22

Police bid to trace shoplifting suspects in Crawley Down: Police are looking to trace these four... http://t.co/NsPZ8AR4za #sussexpolice 28/01/2015 13:12:37

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Our buildings in 2018

Below you can see a preview map which describes how you will be able to access our services by 2018. To view the full map click on the following link:  http://mapsengine.google.com/map/viewer?mid=z_q0fvYj4tBI.kLl26wT5rFRk

If you are unable to view the map, please copy and paste the link into a different browser (Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome are recommended).

Where can I access police services?

  • Police Stations: From here, you will be able to access a front counter service, as well as a range of other functions.
  • Public Contact Points: From here, you can access a police front counter, as well as other local public services. These are primarily based within buildings shared with partners.
  • Community Hubs: From here, you will be able to find your local Neighbourhood Policing Team for part of the day, and many of these locations will also be shared with partners.

Where else will police officers and staff work?

  • Neighbourhood Policing Bases: These bases are exclusively used by our Neighbourhood Policing Teams, and will be primarily based in central locations to enable officers to be visible within communities.
  • Operational Policing Bases: These are non public facing locations, at which our operational teams are based.
  • So you will have a high visibility policing service in your community
  • Click on the locations to find out how we will be providing our services over the next five years.

Please note: this map is intended to provide a visual representation of way in which the public can access our services in future. The geographical boundaries presented don't necessarily represent the boundaries of Sussex.

Back to Sussex Police in 2015

Police Station
Public Contact Point
Neighbourhood Policing Base
Non-public facing
Community Hub
Operational Policing Base