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Scheme to support vulnerable in villages is launched: Officers helped launch a scheme to help el... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 11:15:48

Man exposed himself to schoolgirl in St Leonards: Police are hoping someone can identify this ma... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 10:35:49

Hastings police and street pastors sign new agreement: Hastings Neighbourhood Police Team Inspec... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 10:35:48

Police hoping to trace owner of a bike in Eastbourne: Police are hoping to trace the owner of th... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 10:35:48

Hastings social club burgled: Police are appealing for witnesses after thieves broke into a soci... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 09:57:57

Appeal for witnesses to argument in Bognor: Police are appealing for witnesses to an argument in... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 09:57:56

Man charged after climbing onto Brighton rooftop: A man has been charged after climbing onto a r... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 09:57:56

Burglary at home in St Leonards: Police are appealing for witnesses after a home in St Leonards ... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 09:57:56

Missing Ewell man could be in Sussex: Surrey Police is growing increasingly concerned for the we... #sussexpolice 19/09/2014 07:56:28

Reece Pateman found safe early this morning - thanks to all for your interest. 19/09/2014 07:54:45

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Friday September 19

Your Voice Counts

Give us feedback - Your Voice Counts

What type of things can you write about?

It's up to you. You can write about anything you think we should to know about, particularly anything that you think would help improve our service. This could be a recent good or bad experience, any dealings with staff, any questions you may have or a story you have recently heard involving Sussex Police.

Your Voice Counts feedback - Please do not use this form to report a crime. You can report crime online here

Please note: Any information you submit through this form will be sent through non-secure means and will potentially be viewable by third parties. By using this form you agree that any information submitted is done so at your own risk.

Your Voice Counts enables you to tell us your thoughts, comments and experiences of Sussex Police, or have a say in how your area is policed. By sharing your views, you can help make sure that we stay connected with the people and communities we serve and that we understand their priorities.

If you have been a victim of crime, you can complete a short survey to tell us about your experience. You can comment on any aspect of our service or employees. Your comments will be used to improve our services for victims of crime.

Victim Experience Survey

Giving feedback through Your Voice Counts is just one way you can influence policing in your area. You can also get actively involved through Local Action Teams (LATs) and Neighbourhood Watch Schemes, or play a part as a Police Support Volunteer.