We are making sure that we invest in the best training for our force.
Our first phase of this is with our front line responders completing their ‘Domestic Abuse Matters’ awareness training this month.
To report crime and incidents please contact us online, email us at [email protected] call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at on last weekend's Operation Blitz activity Friday night’s Op Blitz resulted in a very interesting evening.
Initially our PCSO’s decided to team up with the Sergeant in the carrier for Blitz with two other officers in a second car for us to allow for better ground coverage.
The Ratton Neighbourhood Panel will be holding a Public Meeting to discuss the proposal by East Sussex County Council Highways to convert the grass verge and footpath in Willingdon Road into a cycleway.
Public Health England has identified a small number of cases with E. Investigations have found a possible link to the above product.
Finally, sexual abuse – forcing you to have sex, or dress in a sexual way.
Our key message is that we want to reassure people that together with the partners we work with, our specialist staff and officers, that we can offer supportive measures to help victims of domestic abuse rebuild their lives.
Our Specialist Safeguarding Investigations Unit (SIU) detectives are working with our front line responders to provide their expertise on investigations and the safeguarding of victims.
Economic abuse – giving you an allowance, refusing to share money, or not allowing you to work.