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Jay is the policing commander responsible for the local policing of Hastings and Rother districts. He leads the local Neighbourhood Policing Team consisting of both police officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) who are dedicated to protecting our communities, catching criminals delivering an outstanding service in the locality.
Alongside his current role, Jay is also an accredited Detective and the Chairman of Sussex Police Race Equality Network. He has recently taken up the role coming from a background of managing investigations, child exploitation and missing persons , demonstrating his dedication to protect some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
This map uses data from local forces. The hotspots give only a loose idea of where crimes happened. Actual locations and details of crimes are kept anonymous.
Please note that not all crimes that occurred can be shown on the map.
336 incidents of Crime occurred in Sussex Police could not be mapped to a location and therefore are not on this map. Learn more about how data is managed on police.uk.
Location anonymisation is accurate to 2012 population and housing developments.
Known issues with forces' data are set out in the changelog on data.police.uk.