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Wednesday 13th October 2021


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Police join with partners to raise awareness of hate crime
Police are joining with partners to raise awareness of hate crime and the devastating impact it can have on its victims.
The force is marking Hate Crime Awareness Week (October 9 - 16) with a number of engagement events to encourage reporting of hate crime, and to highlight the work being done by police and partners to address the issue in Sussex.
A hate crime is defined as ‘any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person’s race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or any crime motivated by hostility or prejudice against a person who is transgender’.
It doesn’t always include physical violence – someone using offensive language towards you or harassing you, or posting abusive comments or messages online, can also constitute a hate crime.
Neighbourhood Youth Officers will also be working closely with schools to raise awareness of hate crime among young people, particularly around online offences.
A newsletter will be issued to all Sussex schools featuring resources on how to tackle hate crime incidents with children and teenagers, including issues on extremism and radicalisation.
Hate crime can be reported via our website or by calling 101. In an emergency, always dial 999.
Messages around Hate Crime Awareness Week will be shared across the Sussex Police Facebook and Twitter accounts.
TO SEE THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/police-join-with-partners-to-raise-awareness-of-hate-crime/

We will listen and act
Sussex’s Chief Constable has said she is “intently listening and ready to act” on the experiences of women and girls across Sussex in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard.
Jo Shiner acknowledged the crime has shocked the nation and left some people doubting the police, particularly women.

Sussex Police, working with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, will develop a programme of engagement with local communities about the issues raised, to help rebuild trust and boost work already underway.

Chief Constable Shiner said: “The crime was horrific and it has eroded the confidence some people have in the police to protect them. As a woman and as a police officer, this hurts, and I know it hurts my colleagues who work hard every day to protect people and catch criminals.
Sussex Police works closely with other agencies, charities and voluntary groups across Brighton and Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, to tackle violence against women and girls across Sussex.
Identifying police officers
As a result of the case, officers and staff in Sussex understand some people may require additional reassurance.
If this is the case, they can use their police radio on loud speaker, allowing the police control room to confirm the identity of the officer, that they are on duty and carrying out legitimate policing business.
Off-duty officers intervening in a crime in action or where someone is vulnerable, and not carrying a radio, will quickly call 999 for back up.

Street Safe App
Sussex Police is one of a number of police forces currently piloting a new app called Street Safe.
Launched by the Home Office, the Street Safe app allows women to anonymously flag up the areas in public where they feel or have felt unsafe. The information is shared with the relevant agency for action.

TO READ THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK OR GO TO OUR WEBSITE.
 https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/force-news/we-will-listen-and-act/ 
 
 
Crime summary
Old Barn Way, Southwick – approximately 5am 5th October, a property was entered via an insecure rear door and jewellery was stolen. Cad 0247 05/10/21.
Broadwater Road, Broadwater – overnight between 7th and 8th October, a rear door was damaged and entry gained. Items including 2 TV’s and cash were stolen.  Cad 0548 08/10/21.
Heene Road, Worthing – between 2200hrs 4th October and 0710hrs 5th October, a window was broken on a taxi, a navigation system and cash were stolen. Cad 0197 05/10/21.
Holmbush Centre Car Park, Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham – at 1255hrs 5th October, one male distracted a female driver and another male attempted to steal the purse from a handbag on the passenger seat. Nothing was stolen. Cad 0329 06/10/21.
The Moorings, Lancing – between 1700hrs 5th October and 1100hrs 6th October, items including sunglasses and football boots were stolen from an insecure vehicle. Cad 0595 06/10/21.
Salvington Hill, High Salvington – between 2100hrs 6th October and 0850hrs 7th October, the driver’s window was broken and loose change was stolen. Cad 0234 07/10/21.
Bruce Avenue, Worthing – between 1940hrs 6th October and 0740hrs 7th October, a rear number plate was stolen from a SEAT Ibiza. Cad 0239 07/10/21.
Queens Place, Shoreham – between 1100hrs and 1400hrs 7th October, a Honda motor cycle was stolen. Cad 0760 07/10/21.
Harwood Avenue, Goring – between 2330hrs 7th October and 0530hrs 8th October, damage was caused to a van and entry was gained. Power tools were stolen. Cad 299 08/10/21.
Harwood Avenue, Goring – overnight between 7th & 8th October a driver’s side lock was damaged and items were stolen from the vehicle. Cad 0573 08/10/21.
Mansfield Road, Worthing – between 0100hrs and 0830hrs 8th October, a Sinnis moped was stolen. Cad 1272 08/10/21.
Gorse Avenue, Salvington – between 1600hrs 8th October and 0930hrs 9th October, a rear number plate was stolen from a Nissan car. Cad 0462 09/10/21.
Gorse Avenue, Salvington – between 1700hrs 8th October and 0900hrs 9th October, a front number plate was stolen from an Audi. Cad 0474 09/10/21.
Copthorne Hill, Salvington – between 2300hrs 8th October and 2000hrs 9th October, front and rear number plates were stolen from a Citroen car. Cad 0283 10/10/21.
Evelyn Road, Broadwater – between 2200hrs 9th October and 0810hrs 10th October, a laptop was stolen from an insecure car. Cad 1027 10/10/21.
Tower Road, Lancing – between 2330hrs 10th October and 0630hrs 11th October, a Kawasaki motorbike was stolen. Cad 0338 11/10/21.
Kingsland Close, Shoreham – between 2200hrs 10th October and 0700hrs 11th October, a Kawasaki motorbike was stolen. Cad 0440 11/10/21.
Marlowe Road, Broadwater – between 2230hrs 10th October and 0745hrs 11th October, an insecure vehicle was entered, nothing stolen. Cad 1458 12/10/21.
Beachcroft Place, Lancing – between 2200hrs 12th October and 0800hrs 13th October, a KTM motorcycle was stolen. Cad 0289 13/10/21.

PCSO Recruitment 
Unfortunately our police officer recruitment has now closed but we will shortly be recruiting for Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs).
If you or anyone you know are interested in a career in the police, keep an eye on our website or on our Facebook and twitter pages for more information.  
 
Help us keep Sussex safe

If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

 

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