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Tuesday September 16
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Seaford West local team

Meet the team

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PC Alastair Batchelor

Mobile: 07787 685697

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

alastair.batchelor@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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PC Stuart Hyde

Mobile: 07825 753558

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

stuart.hyde@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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PCSO Daniel Turk

Mobile: 07787 685715

Telephone: 101 or 01273 470 101

daniel.turk@sussex.pnn.police.uk

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Contact your local station

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E-mail: contact.centre@sussex.pnn.police.uk

Tel: 101 or 01273 470 101

Police station address:

Church Street, Seaford
BN25 1HG

Station opening times - Journey planner



Seaford Neighbourhood Policing Team comes under Lewes District Neighbourhood Policing Team

The District Commander is Chief Inspector Rob Leet

The team is comprised of Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers, Special Constables and staff members who are all dedicated to working together with local partnership agencies and communities to keep Sussex safe.

We work closely with local people to identify neighbourhood priorities and work on solutions and actions to address these priorities. If you would like to get involved in priority setting for your community please contact your PC or PCSO.

Your officers are readily available at local meetings and events, via phone, email or by visiting a local Police Station, Public Contact Point, or Community Hub.


Seaford Police Station Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 10:00am - 2:00pm, Closed Saturday,Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Bank Holidays

To report non-urgent crimes or incidents please call 101.
You should always call 999 immediately if:
A crime is being committed now
The offender is still there or nearby
People are injured, being threatened or in danger.


Local events

Meet your local officers Thursdays at Downs Leisure Centre, Seaford

Type: Community event

Date/Time: 17 Jul 2014, 15:30

End Date/Time: 31 Dec 2014, 16:30

Location:

The Downs Leisure Centre, Sutton Road, Seaford,, BN25 4QH

A local officer from the Seaford Team will be attending The Downs Leisure Centre, ( cafe) each Thursday between 15.30hrs and 16.30hrs. . Please feel free to come along for any advice and support on issues that you are concerned about. The location was chosen as a 'meet and greet' as it appears the most central meeting point for all our local residents.Thank you to Wave Lesiure for their agreement.

Community Panel Meeting

Type: Meeting

Date/Time: 16 Sep 2014, 18:00

End Date/Time: 16 Sep 2014, 19:00

Location:

Seaford Town Council Offices. 37 Church St, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 1HG

A community Panel Meeting is a collaboration of local people discussing local issues and making joint decisions about appropriate actions fr each priority issue identified.
If you would like to have your say about how local issues in your area are addressed, come along and have your say.

Local priorities

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september

Speeding and Road Safety

We are aware that speeding and road safety issues around local schools, in our towns and rural wards, is perceived to be an on going issue.

Issue raised on 11 Sep 2014

There is always work ongoing to ascertain the level of these issues in each area with many different Police departments including Neighbourhood Policing and Road policing teams carrying out specific tasks.
Sussex Police are encouraging the formation of Speed watch groups in areas where speeding specifically is perceived to be an issue, this has happened with much success over the past few years.
We are also working with partners from the Safer Roads Partnership, the Casualty reduction unit of The road policing unit and with local communities.

September 8th saw the launch of a Europe wide seatbelt enforcement week.
As part of this initiative our teams of Road policing officers have been carrying out spot checks in and around the Lewes District.
It is surprising how many people still take risks with their own safety and that of others by flouting the seatbelt laws. Failure to wear a correctly fitted seatbelt is a criminal offence which carries 3 penalty points and 100 Fine.
On the launch day 12 Penalty notices were issued in 2.5 hours in Lewes Town.
For more information on the incentive, please see the tispol website https://www.tispol.org/news/articles/europe-wide-seatbelt-enforcement-operation-begins-monday-8-september