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RT @andytrevis: @sussex_police @DanPitcher Bob Trevis (Horsham) retiring after 30 years being picked up in his first traffic car http://t.cpic.twitter.com/W6Mmsslp3l 22/08/2014 08:56:48

Cyclist seriously injured in Billingshurst: Just before 7.30pm on Thursday 21 August a 49-year o... http://t.co/Kp326n0k6U #sussexpolice 22/08/2014 07:26:43

Two airport workers arrested over thefts at Gatwick: A man and a woman have been arrested by pol... http://t.co/YxgKbDHklM #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 15:35:00

Burglars disturbed after breaking into home in Crawley: Police are appealing for information aft... http://t.co/Ix4ek0UKbS #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 14:33:25

Brighton man sought for recall to prison: Police are searching for 41-year old Nigel Maynard, a ... http://t.co/s0nD8AVf6e #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 14:33:24

Wanted - Hurst Green man Simon Bracken: Police are searching for 47-year-old Simon Bracken who h... http://t.co/lGgOQxImUj #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 13:37:34

Technology and money stolen in Hastings burglary: Police are appealing for witnesses to a burgla... http://t.co/W0zbdOra4i #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 13:37:34

Police appeal for witnesses to attempted burglary in Runcton: Police are appealing for witnesses... http://t.co/2KWOsm32ON #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 13:37:34

Missing Scaynes Hill man found dead near Beachy Head: A body recovered from the foot of cliffs n... http://t.co/nvWwc4SXHm #sussexpolice 21/08/2014 13:37:33

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Immobilise

28 July 2014

Operation Magpie is our shared ambition to make Sussex a 'no go' area for burglars. Our officers, staff and volunteers are working with our partners to make it impossible for burglars to operate in the county and we need your help. When our officers respond to reports of burglary, they often cannot get enough detailed information about the items which have been stolen. Without old boxes for electrical items or photographs of jewellery, it can be very difficult to accurately identify what has been taken. Better information not only helps us to get a better picture of where burglaries may be part of a series, it also greatly increases the chances of us being able to reunite stolen property with its rightful owner. Immobilise.com is a free website where you can register the details of your property. The site isn't just for mobiles and electrical items with serial numbers; you can register absolutely anything using a photo and description. It is totally secure and is recommended by police forces around the UK.

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24 hours live - win a chance to be a presenter

28 July 2014

For more information please visit http://www.sussex.police.uk/spp/competition

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National Volunteers Week 2014 - Sussex Volunteer Cadet Corps

06 June 2014

The Sussex Police Cadets, also known as the Volunteer Cadet Corps or VCC, is a non-competitive programme of practical and Police related activities for young people aged 14 to 18. Each Cadet Unit will have local duties that they regularly participate in. Find out more about them here: http://www.sussex.police.uk/policing-in-sussex/work-with-us/cadets

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National Volunteers Week 2014 - Sussex Neighbourhood Watch (NHW)

04 June 2014

Sussex NHW Federation chairman John Wright MBE met with Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne and Assistant Chief Constable Robin Smith on Friday (30 May) to formally reaffirm the levels of service expected by all parties. Find out more here: http://www.sussex.police.uk/whats-happening/latest/news-stories/2014/06/04/sussex-police-and-sussex-neighbourhood-watch-federation-reaffirm-their-partnership NHW in Sussex. In Sussex, Neighbourhood Watch has the following main objectives: - To reduce crime - By improving security, increasing vigilance, creating, and maintaining a caring community, and reducing opportunities for crime by increasing crime prevention awareness. - To assist the Police in detecting crime - By promoting effective communication and the prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity. - To reduce the fear of crime - By providing accurate information about risks, and by promoting a sense of security and community spirit, particularly amongst the more vulnerable. - To improve police/community liaison - By providing effective means to notify Co-ordinators of local crime trends, and by members advising the police of incidents when they occur. - To increase community safety - By providing safety information from other Partnership bodies such as Trading Standards and the Fire & Rescue Service.

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Sussex Neighbourhood Watch and Volunteer Search Teams

02 June 2014

In July 2000 a major missing person search in Sussex inspired members of the public to do all they could to help the emergency services and do something for their community. Those involved in the search were moved to do more - they approached Sussex Police with a proposal which led to the formation of the first Neighbourhood Watch Seach Team. Trained by Sussex Police and spurred on by their compassion for others, this team of enthusiastic volunteers from the West Downs area was the first of its kind in the country. Their success soon inspired the formation of the North Sussex and the East Sussex Search Teams. Working alongside Sussex Police, Sussex Search & Rescue and ALSAR Search Dogs Sussex, they have become an integral part of Sussex's volunteer response to the search for vulnerable missing people. On Monday 2nd June 2014 it was announced by Buckingham Palace that the Sussex Neighbourhood Watch Search Teams are recipients of The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2014. Read about it here: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/queens-award-for-voluntary-service-2014-recipients-announced Find out more about Sussex Neighbourhood Watch Search Teams and how you can get involved visit the volunteers section of www.sussex.police.uk.

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Cycling incident

22 April 2014

CCTV of a cyclist hit by a car. The cyclist suffered only minor bumps and bruises.

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Mid-shift reflections

05 April 2014

SC Clements reflects on his first four hours of his shift and being a Special Constable

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SC CLEMENTS 1730 1830

05 April 2014

One hour in to SC Andy Clement's shift and some successful vehicle interventions as part of #SpecialsAwareness 2014

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SC CLEMENTS 01 #SussexSpecials Adur & Worthing

05 April 2014

Join SC Andy CLEMENTS tonight on his first shift with the Adur and Worthing Neighbourhood Response Team as part of Specials Awareness Weekend 2014

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Safer Internet Day - #thinkbeforeyoushare Discussion Panel

11 February 2014

Our panel of experts answer your questions about internet safety. Full live chat text and original broadcast footage can be found at http://www.sussex.police.uk/whats-happening/think-before-you-share-11-february-2014

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Long pursuit

09 December 2013

Sussex Police use Stop Stick to halt a van after a lengthy pursuit in Sussex.

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Albion In The Community Preston Park - White Ribbon event

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Stop Stick in action

Sussex Police is rolling out the use of Stop Stick to try to cut the number of pursuits across the county.

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Op Anzac CCTV

Police investigating a rape in St Leonards last year are appealing for a woman walking her dog in the early hours who was captured on CCTV to come forward. A 20-year-old woman was raped at around 2.30am in Warrior Gardens on Friday 27 September 2013 by a man who approached her and pushed her to the ground. Officers are keen to speak to the dog walker who have may have heard something or has any information about the attack. Ring police on 101, quoting Operation Anzac or alternatively leave an anonymous message with the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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Russell Manning Media Appeal June 17 2014

The brother of missing Lancing man Mark Manning has made a heartfelt plea to him to get in touch. Russell Manning appeared at police press conference in Worthing on Tuesday (17 June) and read a statement which appealed for information about his missing brother. Police have launched a murder investigation into the disappearance of Mark Manning. Detectives from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team are now investigating after Mark, 54, of Brighton Road, was reported missing on 22 April. If you have seen Mark, know of his whereabouts or have any other information, ring Sussex police on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting Operation Light or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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s30 Dispersal Order, Worthing Town Centre June - August 2014

PC Marv Lucas and Sharon Clarke, Town Centre Initiative talk about the s30 Dispersal Order for Worthing Town Centre and our approach to supporting residents, businesses and the street drinking community

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