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We're very concerned for the safety of missing Fatima Mohamed-Ali from #Newhaven. https://t.co/a2k3L0s4fH pic.twitter.com/miuXEuIUAz 13/02/2016 01:05:36

@danielb2704 if you'd like to report dangerous driving please contact @OpCrackdown here https://t.co/ZLLPE8CYzU . Thank you. 12/02/2016 17:44:57

Did you see an attempted robbery at Golden Touch arcade in #Brighton earlier today? Please help https://t.co/Oox1S71jAy 12/02/2016 16:47:49

@dogswotsits @Ald0ran @ChtyCommission @DC_Police yes, you can report here https://t.co/DThGHcKPRK or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk 12/02/2016 16:33:16

@c_atie please report this to us here https://t.co/DThGHcKPRK. We can't take all the info we need over Twitter. Thank you 12/02/2016 16:27:11

@dogswotsits @Ald0ran @ChtyCommission @DC_Police if you'd like to report something do so here https://t.co/DThGHcKPRK. Thank you 12/02/2016 16:26:52

Did you drive or share a taxi with a woman between #Worthing & #Shoreham on Jan 16? Please read this → https://t.co/zKRogkG23M 12/02/2016 15:59:23

Have you seen wanted man Jean Murphy from #Hastings? Please RT pic.twitter.com/nHhqJ59HKx 12/02/2016 15:02:24

Did you see an attack on a cyclist in central #Brighton at about 8.20pm on Friday (5 February)? Please RT. Info → https://t.co/ukWfiYZ5Z9 12/02/2016 14:50:48

@SwimGardener quite right, we'll re-post. Here it is: https://t.co/ukWfiYZ5Z9 12/02/2016 14:48:28

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Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs)

Sussex Police are currently closed to applications for the role of Police Community Support Officer. Please keep checking this page for further updates.

Click the window below to view a short video about being a PCSO in Sussex.

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PCSOs are the heart of neighbourhood policing teams and work closely with local authorities, the business community and Neighbourhood Watch to ensure local issues are tackled effectively and knowledge and best practice is shared.

PCSOs are the face of local policing; patrolling on foot or by bicycle, they fulfil a number of important roles - from dealing with low-level nuisance and anti-social behaviour, to forging links with the public and businesses. Providing reliable support to frontline police, PCSOs help to reduce crime and reduce the fear of crime. They have the authority to remove vehicles and issue fixed penalty tickets, and to conduct other duties that do not require the powers of a police officer, such as directing traffic and guarding crime scenes.

To be equal to the responsibility, you'll need to demonstrate that you share our values. Committed to public service and open to change, you'll act with courage and compassion, taking pride in doing your bit to champion justice.

PCSOs are trusted to build links with the community, so it's essential that they have excellent communication skills and a caring, considerate approach to dealing with others. Confident in challenging situations, PCSOs are team players with proven initiative and problem solving skills.

 

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