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RT @bbcsoutheast: .@sussex_police are ready! Preparations well underway for the 25th #BrightonPride! @EllieCrisell has more at 1830 http://pic.twitter.com/SnWv356Zk9 31/07/2015 14:31:34

@dex2500 Hi - your local PCSO will be able to supply them. Here's the link to our website, pop in your district: http://t.co/53yUFK77G8 31/07/2015 14:28:51

@matthewasavage No problem, thanks for your tweets. 31/07/2015 14:19:09

@matthewasavage no one is above the law. No matter who it is, if you think the driving was dangerous or anti social please report them 31/07/2015 14:15:59

#Hastings Police use new anti-social behaviour powers to close property http://t.co/T0Rvte5i69 31/07/2015 14:13:24

RT @SgtPeterAllan: Come and see @sussex_police in the park at this year’s #BrightonPride and pose for a #SusPolSelfie on our motorbike 31/07/2015 14:11:06

RT @CInsp_Kundert: Working @PrideBrighton tomorrow. Information will be available from @sussex_police all day 31/07/2015 13:52:37

@rebikins you can complain here: http://t.co/ijRH7oBAx5 31/07/2015 13:08:15

@matthewasavage please report this to Operation Crackdown here: http://t.co/ZLLPE8CYzU so we can look into it. 31/07/2015 13:05:03

Talk to us if you were in Southfields rec, #Littlehampton, between 1.30pm and 2.15pm yesterday. A boy was assaulted. http://t.co/bNksJL4YTc 31/07/2015 12:57:18

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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 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 would love 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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