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RT @SgtDaveBennett: Swapped crewings so now out with @SC_S2719 and @SC_S3001 on patrol en-route to a copyright infringement job #newlessons 28/11/2014 20:46:57

RT @SC_S2719: Late in the day #FF for @SgtDaveBennett, @SC_S3001 hopefully @sussex_police with RT :D 28/11/2014 20:17:15

Teenager arrested over attack on couple with learning disabilities in Horsham: A 17-year-old boy... http://t.co/5uNE9Ek5CF #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 18:11:50

Did you see a woman being attacked in a bar in Crawley?: A reward has been put up to try to iden... http://t.co/ka1rCknkpk #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 16:44:03

Attempted rape of a woman in alleyway in Brighton: Police are appealing for witnesses after a wo... http://t.co/kcb4DdbHV9 #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 16:44:03

Want to know more about transport and accessibility?: http://t.co/ZR594tNtBx #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 16:14:37

Police donate funds to social group for the blind.: Crowborough Police has donated £200 to help ... http://t.co/mmNOaNVObG #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 15:56:09

Two men jailed for attack on fishermen: Two men have been sent to prison, and face deportation, ... http://t.co/LcEGGbMTKX #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 15:56:09

Boy attacked in car park in St Leonards: Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy was atta... http://t.co/huwpyika7k #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 15:56:09

UPDATED: Collision on A27 Chichester - motorcyclist injured:  A motorcyclist injured when his Tr... http://t.co/ZUzyBfoUUz #sussexpolice 28/11/2014 15:56:09

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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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