Latest Sussex and Surrey Police Fraud Newsletter
Updated: 6 days ago
In this issue:
What Goes Online Stays Online
Celebrity Fans...Who are you really following?
How Safe are your Schools
Read all about it here...
Click Call Connect - How to Contact the Police
For non-emergency incidents or crime prevention advice, click www.sussex.police.uk, (If you report a crime online, the Police will assess it in the same way as a 101 call).
Call 101 when you don’t require an urgent response. In an emergency when life is threatened or there is immediate danger always call 999.
Connect face-to-face at a police station or contact the local policing team at www.sussex.police.uk/area/your-area.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can contact the Police using TypeTalk on 18000 or by sending a text to 65999.
Share Your Views
Our polls are basic, anonymous, and the tip of the iceberg but gives us lots of insight into what questions we should be asking next, and what actions we can take to change things for the better for all of us. If you have a burning issue regarding crime prevention, speeding and ASB, or any other neighbourhood matter that falls within the remit of crime prevention and a happy safe town, you can write to your Neighbourhood Watch Committee Chairman, Mark Brown at email@example.com
To vote on the polls, just click the answer that best matches how you feel. All answers are anonymous and you can view results by returning to this blog at any time.
How happy are you with Policing, Crime Prevention and Law Enforcement in Seaford?
- 0%generally happy - low crime and little to worry about
- 0%not so happy - police are seldom visible and there is crime
- 0%unhappy - I don't feel there is sufficient policing at all
How happy are you with your Neighbourhood Watch? Visible enough? Relevant enough? Doing Enough?
- The NHW is visible, relevant and keeps me informed.
- The NHW could be more visible, and could communicate more.
- Irrelevant and invisible - what do they actually do?
We will use the answers to ask more questions, shape our activities and actions, and engage where relevant. We always welcome input and we always welcome volunteers - if you have a specific project in mind, or have ideas on how, as great neighbours, we can make our town safer and happier, please get in touch.