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Monday March 30
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Lewes

District Commander Chief Inspector Rob Leet

Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent Neil Honnor

 

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  • Sussex Police
    Lewes District Neighbourhood Policing Team
    District Update

    THIS MONTH IS DOMESTIC ABUSE AWARENESS MONTH

    If you're a victim of domestic abuse, you're not alone. Domestic abuse happens every day, in every part of the UK. On average, two women are killed by a male partner or ex every week.
    Women are not the only victims of domestic abuse. Almost one out every five domestic abuse incidents reported involve male victims - and just under half of these are committed by a female abuser.
    Domestic abuse is a crime that cuts across all social, cultural and religious boundaries. It can affect anybody - regardless of their gender, age, race, sexuality or social background. It can be psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional abuse.
    It is not acceptable in any circumstances.
    Do you think someone you know might be a victim of domestic abuse? Find out the signs to look for and how you could help them.
    If you think you might be an abuser the first step to getting help is facing up to your actions. Support is available to help you change your behaviour.

    UK DISSABILITY HISTORY MONTH #UKDHM
    22 November to 22 December
    In support of this campaign, Lewes Neighbourhood Policing Team Organised a month of activity to celebrate lives, Challenge Disablism and raise the profile of disability and disabled people within our communities.
    We visited many local groups, organisations, clubs and meeting places. We also made several donations from the Police Property act fund which will be used to improve facilities, buy equipment, and improve the quality of service that the disable community can expect to receive from these many non profit making, charitable organisations.

    News, Advice and Appeals

    Police have been notified about a number of vehicle related crimes and a burglary which have occurred on the coast in the past few days.
    The burglary happened in Mount Caburn Crescent Peacehaven during daylight hours on 12th January whilst the resident was making a regular visit to family. A window was broken in order for the offenders to gain access and the property was searched.
    Enquiries are ongoing.

    On 12th into the 13th January, both number plates were stolen from a vehicle parked on a private driveway in Lewes Crescent Saltdean and an additional report was made of a missing number plate from a vehicle in Chatsworth avenue Telscombe Cliffs however this could possibly have come off the vehicle accidently.
    Lastly, just before Midnight on the 13th January a silver Daihatsu 4x4 was stolen from Roderick Avenue North in Peacehaven and was seen being driven away towards the meridian centre.

    Also on the 12th January into the 13th, there were 5 incidents of insecure vehicles being entered and searched in Piddinghoe Village, off the C7 and one in Fulwood Avenue Newhaven. These are not thought to be connected to the incidents in Peacehaven and Saltdean.

    Please make sure you leave your vehicles secured when unattended. Do not leave valuables or change on display or ideally not in the vehicle at all.
    Taking simple security precautions could be the difference between whether or not you become a victim of a preventable crime.

    We encourage members of the public to report any suspicious behaviour they see, no matter how minor they think it may be as even a small piece of information could be extremely important in the bigger picture.


    For other News see either our website www.sussex.pnn.police.uk

    Crime Update
    If you have seen or heard anything related to these incidents please contact Sussex Police here, email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk, call 101 or contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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    Kind Regards

    Rob Leet
    Chief Inspector
    Lewes District Commander

    Twitter: @ChInspRobLeet



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