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Archive for May, 2014

Safety In Action Goes Live

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Lewes District Police
22 May 2014
Safety in Action event to be broadcast live this Friday

Sussex Police will be broadcasting a live video stream of ‘Safety in Action’ from Newhaven Fort this Friday, 23 May from 9.45am until midday.

Safety in Action is a week long event jointly organised by Lewes District Council and Sussex Police and aims to give 11 year old children basic skills and knowledge to help keep them safe. During the week around 820 children attend from 25 primary schools from across Lewes District.

The live video stream will follow a team of year 6 pupils as they make their way around 10 different action stations, run by emergency services, volunteers, the local authority and power and transport companies. Teams are given a score based on what they have learned from the scenario and their team work, with a winning school awarded a trophy and prize money donated by Seaford Rotary Club at the end of the week. The scenarios are designed to be practical, hands on, fun and memorable.

Lewes District’s Schools Liaison Officer, PC Carolyn Ross, said: “Safety in Action is a fantastic and important community safety event which helps the police and other services establish relationships with local children and teach them useful skills and knowledge. I am so pleased we are able to highlight it by streaming the activities live this Friday.

“The aim of our live broadcast is to show the partnership work of the services and volunteers involved and to give all an insight into the week’s activities and the important knowledge children gain from partaking in these scenarios.”

The live broadcast will shown on the Sussex Police website starting approximately 9.45am and will switch off at the end of the morning session around midday. If you are unable to watch the broadcast live you will be able to catch up at a later date.

To view the broadcast and join in on the conversation via web chat visit http://www.sussex.police.uk/whats-happening/spp-live-1

You can ask question via social media by using the hashtag #SafetyInActionLive.

Useful links
Home security crime prevention advice
Neighbourhood watch in Sussex
Bogus caller link
East Sussex County Council – Buy with Confidence scheme
Immobilise – registered for FREE
Little Book of Big Scams
Contacting Sussex Police
Have you seen anything suspicious please call Sussex Police on 101 or contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. If possible record descriptions of any person/ persons or vehicle (including, make model, colour and index numbers).
Online reporting
You can now report suspicious activity online hereimportant - if the incident is in progress, please telephone Sussex Police immediately on 999 for emergency calls.
Your Neighbourhood Policing Team
For your local officer’s contact details, information about local events and meetings and actions being taken regarding your neighbourhood priorities click on link below:
Team Pages
Not sure how to find us online or unsubscribe from the community messaging service Email: LewesDistrict.NPT@sussex.pnn.police.uk
Don’t forget you can also get quick updates for our district on Twitter
@Lewes_Police @Newhaven_Police @Seaford_Police @Peacehaven_pol
Kind Regards
Julie Whittaker-Jones
Lewes District Public Engagement Officer
For positive or negative feedback or comments please feel free to email me julie.whittakerjones@sussex.pnn.police.uk

Fishing Boat broken into at Brighton Marina

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

On 18th May 2014, it was reported that a fishing boat within Brighton Marina had been broken into and items from within had been stolen. Items included power tools. Descriptions of these items are not known at this time.

If you have any information in respect of this incident, please call Sussex Police on 101 and quote serial number 677 of 18th May 2014.

Thank you.