Your District Team for Horsham
Your Prevention Team for Horsham
Your Prevention Team includes police officers, police community support officers and specialist officers for hate crime, anti-social behaviour, licensing and young people.
Our most commonly visible team members working with communities and partners to prevent crime and keep people safe are shown below.
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- Holbrook East and West
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- Denne and Forest
- Horsham Park and Trafalgar
- Broadbridge Heath and Southwater
- Rusper, Colgate, Lower Beeding and Nuthurst
- Rudgwick, Itchingfield and Slinfold
- Cowfold, Shermanbury, West Grinstead and Henfield
- Steyning, Bramber, Upper Beeding, Ashington and Woodmancote
- Billingshurst, Shipley, Pulborough and Coldwaltham
- Chantry and Thakeham
Missing Liam Light found safe
Liam was found in London.
Joshua Rutigliano is still wanted for recall to prison
Appeal for witnesses following ram raid in Rudgwick
VIDEO: Woman jailed for dangerous driving in Horsham
Woman seriously hurt in sports car crash near Horsham
Two potentially lethal weapons seized by officers during #OpSceptre patrols this week. These deployments are intelligence lead, nationwide and are designed to #StopKnifeCrime. More patrols planned through the rest of the week and into the weekend. #WeAreBTP pic.twitter.com/Q8c6FiYM5k
Good morning everyone! With regards to our recent post highlighting an increase in vehicle crime in the Horsham area, our teams have worked incredibly hard to try and catch those people responsible. As a consequence within the last few days, two people ha...
PC Worsfold and PCSO Denness have continued their contacts with the local schools to spread the message about knife crime. Today they attended The Forest School, Horsham as part of OP Sceptre. Op Sceptre is a national knife crime awareness campaign whic...
We are appealing for any information regarding the theft of two pedal cycles that were stolen in Horsham town centre. The bikes were taken from the rack at the side of the library between 11.45am and 12.20pm on Sunday 16th September. The locks were cut ...