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Yes, there is. We have specially trained officers who can help. Visit #WhiteRibbonDay 25/11/2015 14:10:58

RT @riseuk: We have a number of IDVAs (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor) working for RISE, this is a great insight... 25/11/2015 13:25:38

@NorwichMark @OPinkney true, it can affect anyone. Did you see our tweet last week: Advice: 25/11/2015 13:08:38

@menantiviolence Hello - check out our feed. A great photo on there of two ACCs with a White Ribbon flag, pls RT. Keep up the great work! 25/11/2015 12:48:57

We're supporting #WhiteRibbonDay. Events police & partners are running to help raise awareness of the issue locally: 25/11/2015 12:29:35

We've raised our flag to show support for #WhiteRibbonDay. Never commit, condone or stay silent about domestic abuse 25/11/2015 12:16:12

Have you seen this lamp and winch, stolen from Brighton garden shed ? 25/11/2015 11:52:23

RT @SussexRoadsPol: Please avoid #A26 at #Beddingham serious crash. Emergency services on scene. 25/11/2015 11:43:49

Did you see valuable equipment being stolen from Crowborough site ? - 25/11/2015 11:32:42

RT @HailshamPolice: PCSO's are at the Quintins centre getting people to pledge against domestic violence. Come see us #whiteribbon 25/11/2015 11:19:01

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Wednesday November 25

Wildlife crime

Sussex Police currently has a number of Wildlife Crime Officers (WCOs) working across Sussex, all of whom perform the role alongside their day-to-day policing duties.

Wildlife crime includes the persecution of protected native species of flora and fauna, the illegal snaring, trapping or killing of protected mammals, damage to the geophysical features of protected land, and the international trade in endangered species. We also deal with Heritage Crime; 'any offence which harms the value of England's heritage assets and their settings to this and future generations' and Environmental Crime - this includes illegal waste dumping, fly tipping, polluting water courses and pollution of the land. Sussex Police also assist the Environment Agency in the investigation of these crimes.

We rely on the assistance of the public  to enable us to detect offences and prosecute offenders.  Report things that make you suspicious.

The Wildlife Crime team are keen to hear from anyone who has any information about wildlife criminality in the area.  Please contact them on 101.

If a crime is currently taking place always dial 999.

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