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RT @SussexSpecials: Read new @BtnHoveSpecials #SCNorman's guest blog yet? No? Read "Are you new?" The story of her 1st arrest, here now: hthttp://t.co/ToMlFeTD5G 22/11/2014 18:32:42

101 now working.However, it only works for the force area you are in when calling. For alternative numbers please see http://t.co/064gqnMVBJ 22/11/2014 14:59:22

Police 101 service fault - alternative contact details: A national problem with the 101 telephon... http://t.co/KEaDCQ9nrY #sussexpolice 22/11/2014 12:01:36

101 is still down nationally. Emergency 999 is not affected. Need to contact us now? 01273 470101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk. 22/11/2014 11:17:13

@Karynlo There is a national issue with 101. Please call us on 01273470101 as this is our direct dial landline and is operational. 22/11/2014 10:18:04

Sussex Police are having issues with the 101 contact number. Alternative numbers for contact 01273470101 and 01273475432 or use our website 22/11/2014 09:09:08

The Start of Disability History Month: http://t.co/RVhI4TZDuY #sussexpolice 22/11/2014 08:17:55

RT @BeverleyMBell: "@sussex_police: The annual Volunteer Cadet Corps Parade begins. #VCC2014 pic.twitter.com/lL4sf4kNq8"Proud mum second son in… 21/11/2014 21:39:47

Another part of Horsham Police Cadets' display... the beer goggle demo! Funny but serious message! #VCC2014 https://t.co/SHfR4xFR0K 21/11/2014 21:33:43

Horsham Police Cadets' VIP impairment test was entertaining at tonight's annual parade #VCC2014 https://t.co/dQJwDy3H6M 21/11/2014 21:10:27

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