Horsham NHW News Update - from Sussex Police

Alert message sent 14/10/2019 11:56:00

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To: All Coordinators (704) - please forward this message to all of your members, thank you.

1. Several of the Sussex Police "key contacts" who we in NHW have regular contact with have changed recently; here is a summary of the current "key contacts":
- Prevention Team Sergeant - Peter Allan
- Prevention Team Inspector (Horsham) - Michelle Palmer Harris
- Prevention Team Inspector (Worthing & Adur) - Allan Lowe
- District Commander for Horsham, Worthing & Adur - Chief Inspector Sarah Leadbeatter
- Head of Neighbourhood Policing, West Sussex - Superintendent Miles Ockwell

2. The Sussex Police website includes a section to help you report all manner of incidents online, including crimeroad traffic incidentsanti-social behaviourfraud and lost or stolen vehicles (amongst other types of incident). The usual telephone numbers are always available, i.e. 999 or 112 for a crime in progress and/or if someone is in danger or at risk, and 101 for non-urgent crimes. The Crimestoppers phone number is 0800 555 111 or you can use their anonymous online form. Crimes  can also be reported to Sussex Police by email, 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk.

3. Neighbourhood Watch and Sussex Police also remind everyone of the "Lock It or Lose It" leaflet campaign, which is quite self-explanatory in its nature - please forward this reminder to your members, family, friends etc.

Many thanks.

Ken Broomfield
Secretary, Horsham District NHW Association
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Kenneth Broomfield (NHWN, Register Administrator, Horsham District, Sussex)
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