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@CasualsUnitedNT I think your question is being answered right now. 17/04/2014 19:17:37

@CasualsUnitedNT It is a balance of allowing both groups to protest, which is their right. 17/04/2014 19:07:31

@BeckiMarsh1 @suzycasuals A man was arrested on suspicion of GBH for that. I will try and find out what happened to him. 17/04/2014 18:45:56

@suzycasuals Steve has answered this one for you on the web chat. 17/04/2014 18:32:59

@suzycasuals Which question was it? Was it the section 60a question? 17/04/2014 18:25:39

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Police Staff

Working for Sussex Police is not just about working with police officers. Covering the whole of Sussex, there are plenty of police stations and offices that need a wide range of people to carry out jobs to help Sussex Police run smoothly.

Not only are there over 500 people working out of our Headquarters in Lewes, but there are stations as far reaching as Hastings over to Bognor and up to Gatwick.

Like any large organisation, there are many roles to fill. Whether you have skills as a mechanic or as an IT specialist, there should be something to interest you. You could train to be one of our call handlers or work on the radios in one of our control rooms. You could be interested in the media and wish to work in our press office or on division as a press officer.

There are also many administrative and support roles available, and while they may not be available at all times, there is often demand, so do be sure to check back regularly.

It's not just about sitting behind a desk either - you could work in the Forensics Unit or as part of one of the many licencing teams that police bars and pubs, or even become a driver. Once you decide you want to work for Sussex Police, you will find a great range of benefits - including an excellent pension scheme.

There's a great social aspect to working for Sussex Police and you'll always be involved in what's going on in your local community. So you see, there are many opportunities for school leavers, people with a long career history and all those inbetween. By looking around the site you may discover a job that could be perfect for you without even realising it.