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@hanwincentzen of course he can,and should,still report it. He can visit https://t.co/DThGHcKPRK, call 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk 08/02/2016 18:17:47

We're treating the fire in #Chidham on Saturday as murder. We are appealing for witnesses - https://t.co/FOMNBjSho4 pic.twitter.com/vHHP2Qp3ht 08/02/2016 18:02:00

Tribute paid to mother of two who sadly died in #Climping collision https://t.co/knLU0MtIJi pic.twitter.com/fVn0QDPfLr 08/02/2016 17:58:09

Heading home on the roads? Please be aware of what might be around the corner and slow down. #stormimogen 08/02/2016 17:05:54

@MrsSammyB13 okay... send us an email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk and we'll see what we can do. 08/02/2016 15:13:03

Police forces are supporting Safer Internet Day - see some useful advice here - https://t.co/fqBdMglAIp 08/02/2016 13:17:43

Investigation continues over A27 Lewes service station incident - did you see the silver Renault Kangoo ? - https://t.co/fqBdMglAIp 08/02/2016 13:15:43

Woman seriously injured in Ifield crash on Sunday - did you see what happened ? https://t.co/rBIHEdRx0J 08/02/2016 12:07:25

Happy #ChineseNewYear 祝你 猴年大吉. Wishing you all a lucky and prosperous year of the monkey. 08/02/2016 11:34:17

@Stevie_V2 We're not aware of any prosecutions as of yet but continue to raise awareness. @CdrChishtyMPS do you know of any prosecutions? 08/02/2016 10:23:34

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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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