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Sussex Police’s new Tactical Enforcement Unit (TEU) has made 10 arrests in a week, taken drugs off the streets off the county and protected vulnerable victims of ‘cuckooing’.
Police, supported by local agency and charitable partners, have carried out vehicle checks on a major trunk route as part of an ongoing operation aimed at helping people at risk of modern slavery in East Sussex.
Monday (6 January) sees the launch of Sussex Police’s first fast-track detective development programme and the force is looking for degree holders who are tenacious, inquisitive and want to seek justice for victims of crime.
An early intervention scheme that aims to find a new avenue to reduce reoffending has launched as a 16-month pilot across East Sussex today (Monday, 6 January).
Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne has welcomed the Home Office’s commitment to further fund violence reductions units across the country.
Jackie Cooper, from Haywards Heath, is to be recognised at the Palace of Westminster with a British Citizen Award in recognition of her extraordinary endeavours.
A new proactive police unit which will help make Sussex a “hostile environment” for dangerous and persistent criminals targeting the county has already made its first arrest on its first day.
Jingle bells, here’s our cells, open every day; if you drive with drink or drugs, you’ll soon be on your way.
A Sussex Police scheme that will see volunteers help support fraud victims across the county has been launched today by Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne.
Road safety experts in Sussex have pledged their commitment to making the county’s roads safer after the first Road Safety Summit was held in Chichester yesterday (November 27).
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