Live feeds

RT @Hastings_police: St Helens Road will be closed for a further 30 minutes while the road is cleared #BlusteryDay 30/11/2015 13:06:20

@JamesPearce1986 we were called to the report of a robbery. 30/11/2015 12:56:15

Littlehampton & Eastbourne Business Warden pilot launched to reduce shop & business crime: 30/11/2015 12:31:44

Missing Jaadine Hobden, 15, from #StLeonards, has been found safe & well. Thanks for retweeting 30/11/2015 12:23:06

Local profile pics (like @Chichester_Pol & @Hastings_police) - Should we incorporate a pic of a local landmark? 30/11/2015 11:06:39

@BlueResponseUK @NPAS_Redhill were assisting us in the search for a suspected burglar in the area. Investigation ongoing 30/11/2015 10:14:37

@MisterOnions @reneeostewart please report this to @OpCrackdown here 30/11/2015 10:00:04

@VickiSlawts apologies Vicki, just realised there is an update, sadly. Please see 30/11/2015 08:53:18

@newshaven we were responding to a domestic incident. 30/11/2015 08:46:49

@VickiSlawts thanks for the offer Vicki, the best you can do at the moment is to keep a look out in the area and share our tweets. 30/11/2015 08:43:19

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Monday November 30

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