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Police say suspicious device discovered on Brighton seafront could be linked to a similar device found last month http://t.co/Ew0nTlzGLv 03/08/2015 14:54:30

@BertSwattermain ah, I see. @AdurWorthingNPT should be able to help with the specifics. 03/08/2015 13:35:46

@BertSwattermain hello Bert, details of the locations involved can be found on the link. 03/08/2015 13:29:18

We're investigsting an assault in Orme Road, #Worthing on July 18. Could you help us? http://t.co/8syqmYzVn7 03/08/2015 13:22:42

We're targetting anti-social behaviour in #Worthing this summer http://t.co/RInoKv6hQ5 03/08/2015 12:29:37

@thj1 hello. Yes, you can report obstructions to us online at http://t.co/dF0cslGce8 or by calling 101. 03/08/2015 12:25:04

The victim of a crash at #Ashurst Wood #East Grinstead was a firefighter responding to an emergency call http://t.co/zFo690svti 03/08/2015 11:42:52

@akybirch you are very welcome Alice :-) Hope you enjoyed the #Pride25 celebrations 03/08/2015 11:01:08

Many great snaps taken of our staff & officers at #BrightonPride this weekend. Follow us on Instagram to see more - http://t.co/e33IaV9zd1 03/08/2015 10:59:59

Did you see man being assaulted in Bartholomew Square #Brighton during the early hours of Sunday? http://t.co/koUIIUMS3G 03/08/2015 10:46:21

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Community Trigger

The Community Trigger gives victims and communities the right to request action is taken where an ongoing anti-social behaviour or hate crime problem has not been addressed. It helps us and you by making sure that no-one suffering the harmful effects of anti-social behaviour and hate crime falls through the net.

Responding to and tackling anti-social behaviour and hate motivated incidents are a top priority for Sussex Police. Across the county we have strong mechanisms which allow the police, the council, housing providers, other organisations and communities to work in partnership with each other to tackle anti-social behaviour and hate incidents.

The system is an initiative which is led by the Home Office as part of the Anti-social Behaviour (ASB), Police and Crime Act in 2014 and has previously been piloted in four locations in England, including Brighton and Hove. The launch of the Act has also enabled residents to have a say in the joint-agency approach for how incidents are dealt with through the Community Remedy, as coordinated by Police & Crime Commissioners.

Who can use Community Trigger?

You can use the Community Trigger if your concern is about anti-social behaviour or a hate incident / crime, providing you, or the person who you are reporting on behalf of, has been a victim of three separate incidents within the last six months.

How do I use the Community Trigger?

If you think you that your issue or concern is relevant to the Community Trigger system and meets the above criteria, you need to complete the Community Trigger referral form at the bottom of this page. You will receive an automatic response when you submit your form.

Your form will then be assessed within three working days and you will be contacted. If your referral meets the criteria, an officer from an appropriate lead agency (in discussion with you) will review your situation and agree appropriate actions with you within ten working days. If your referral does not meet the criteria, the officer will advise you on what alternatives might be appropriate for your case.

What if my concern is council related, for example housing?

If your issue is not necessarily police-related, you should contact your local authority using the links below:

Adur & Worthing

Brighton & Hove

Chichester

Crawley

Eastbourne

Hastings

Lewes

Mid Sussex

Rother

Wealden

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