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Farm Watch Bulletin - 25 January 2018 (Sussex Police)

3 weeks 5 days ago
Thursday, 25 January 2018 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update The number of animals reported as loose on the highway this week totals 24. This was made up of 20 sheep, 3 horses and a cow. Please check your roadside hedges and fences on a daily basis, including those where a railway line passes by. Kindest regards  Phillip Crime and incident update   Monday 15 January 2018 to Sunday 21 January 2018 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing     Nothing reported Arun     Nothing reported Brighton & Hove 0848 21/01/2018 Overnight a battery, valued at £150 that was attached to an electric fence in a field on Ovingdean Road, Brighton, has been stolen. Chichester 0082 16/01/2018 Three youths and a dog were seen by witnesses in fields off Lock Lane, Birdham, Chichester. It is believed that they were lamping for rabbits.  0222 16/01/2018 A shed to the rear of a farmhouse in Rogate has been forcefully entered. At this time we do not have a list of what may have been stolen. 0591 18/01/2018 A stolen tractor and trailer have been recovered from a field in Rowlands Castle. The owner of the tractor has been notified. 0200 19/01/2018 A farm in Trotton, Petersfield, has been broken into and a JCB micro digger 0.8 tonne was stolen. 0281 21/01/2018 A stable yard in Main Road, Emsworth, have been entered overnight, the locks to all the stables and feed room have been removed. At this time, we do not have a list of what may have been stolen. 0329 21/01/2018 A stable in Broad Walk, Rowlands Castle, has been broken into and various items of tack have been stolen. These include a black 17.5“ Kent and Masters GP saddle, a black Libby’s reflective webbing bridle with silver thread woven into it, a black Wintec Girth, a light blue GP numnah, a pair of stirrup leathers and a pair of safety stirrup irons that were fitted with a pair of plastic toe stops.    Crawley     Nothing reported Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham 0278 15/01/2018 Intruders jumped over a fence to enter a site in Cedar Close, Horsham. Once in they broke into a store room and stole cans of paint. They then removed filters on three dumper trucks and poured the paint into both the engines and fuel tanks of the vehicles. Damage to the vehicles is estimated to be in the region of £60,000. 0343 19/01/2018 Two wheel barrows have been stolen from a farm in Two Mile Ash Road, Sheerwater, Horsham. 0040 20/01/2018 A witness reported seeing two people in camouflage jackets and two Lurcher type dogs dragging a deer towards a red pickup truck that was parked in layby on the A264, Faygate, near the roundabout coming from Horsham. Lewes 0921 15/01/2018 Remains of a deer were found in the Sheffield Park area; the previous day gun shots were heard in the same area. 0441 18/01/2018 A caravan parked on a farm in Offham, Lewes, has been broken into. A set of keys that fitted a 66 Reg BMW were stolen along with the car. Mid Sussex 0727 20/01/2018 There was a case of dogs chasing sheep reported in Sharpthorne. The owner of the dogs was located and an amicable result was achieved. Rother     Nothing reported Wealden 0342 18/01/2018 A unit on a farm in The Street, Selmeston, Polegate, was forcefully entered and approximately £30,000 worth of tools were stolen. 0535 19/01/2018 A trailer that is described as 8’ x 4’, old and rusty, has been stolen from a field in Framfield Road, Uckfield. 0676 19/01/2018 A farmer from Bells Yew Green found two males with the bonnet of his tractor up that was parked in a cattle shed. When he confronted them they jumped back into their car and sped off without speaking. The car is described as silver/grey Fiesta type. 0990 19/01/2018 A farm owner from Wych Cross, Forest Row, encountered what he describes as two men in their 40s who had driven half a mile up a private drive on his farm. When approached and asked what they were doing on his land, they said they had taken a wrong turn then sped off in a in a silver Ford Eco Sport with a registration number similar to GY!7!NF. 0894 21/01/2018 West Sussex Fire & Rescue attended a chimney fire at a farmhouse in Birch Grove with two appliances.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Farm Watch Bulletin 18 January 2018 (Sussex Police)

1 month ago
Thursday, 18 January 2018 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update The number of animals reported as loose on the highway this week has dramatically increased with a total of 107. This included 105 sheep, 1 goat and 1 horse. Please continue to check roadside hedges and fences on a daily basis, including those where a railway line passes by. Over the past week there have been a number of reports of works vehicles being broken into overnight and tools being stolen. Where possible all vehicles should be emptied before being parked up for the night. Alternatively, consider backing vans up against brick walls or block any side doors with other vehicles to restrict entry.  Finally, I would encourage you to report any suspicious or unusual activity at your property via the non-emergency number on 101 or via the Sussex Police website. A vehicle of persons entering your farm and then seemingly leaving when you have noticed them may not seem significant; but your report could place them in the area at the time and be of use if an incident has taken place elsewhere locally. Any reports of unusual or suspicious activity help us to build a picture of your local area.  Kindest regards  Phillip Crime and incident update   Monday 08 January 2018 to Sunday 14 January 2018 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing 0282 10/01/2018 A white Ifor Williams trailer, model BV126, that contained blind related machinery, various tools and ladders has been stolen from premises in Evershed Way, Shoreham by Sea. Arun     Nothing reported Brighton & Hove 0811 10/01/2018 East Sussex Fire & Rescue attended a barn fire in Ovingdean Road, Brighton. Chichester 0665 09/01/2018 300 litres of red diesel has been stolen from a farm in North Marden. 0908 14/01/2018 A tractor has been stolen from a farm in Forestside, Rowlands Castle. The make and model is unknown at this time. Crawley     Nothing reported Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham 0550 08/01/2018 A sheep was killed in Coolham Road, West Chiltington. 0096 09/01/2018 Three dogs were seen chasing sheep in Park Lane, Maplehurst. 0224 09/01/2018 West Sussex Fire & Rescue attended a field fire in Stopham Road, Pulborough. 1112 09/01/2018 A quantity of red diesel was syphoned from machinery in East Street, Rusper. 1288 09/01/2018 A fire was deliberately started in a chicken coup in Okehurst Lane, Billingshurst. 0227 10/01/2018 The gates to a farm in Copsale Road, Horsham and 600 bricks and several bicycles was stolen. Lewes     Nothing reported Mid Sussex     Nothing reported Rother 1121 08/01/2018 A group of people were seen lamping on land off Buckholt Lane, Sidley. 0164 10/01/2018 A farm in Fontridge Lane, Etchingham, has been entered and an outbuilding was forcefully entered. Three Motor Cross motorcycles were stolen. 0364 10/01/2018 A suspect vehicle, a white Transit van with three young men, entered farm premises in Etchingham then drove off when they realised they had been seen. 0696 10/01/2018 A quantity of commercial batteries has been stolen from premises from Hastings Road, Battle. Wealden 0052 08/01/2018 A stable in Danegate Eridge Green has been broken into and a tool box was stolen. 0100 09/01/2018 East Sussex Fire & Rescue attended a fire in a farmhouse in Blackham. 1132 10/01/2018 A farm in Bayham Road, Frant, had an outbuilding broken into. Two persons were seen running away from the premises. 0385 11/01/2018 A farm in Mayfield Road, Town Row, was entered and two outbuildings were broken into. A quantity of tools were stolen including chainsaws and hedgecutters. 0073 13/01/2018 Heritage. Sometime between 17 September 2017 and January 2018 a World War 2 Pillbox at Cuckmere Haven has had graffiti daubed on it. 0459 14/01/2018 A five berth Cornish caravan has been stolen from an industrial unit on a farm in Framfield.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Overnight break-ins to Vans and Cars (Sussex Police)

1 month ago
16/01/2018 We have had a series of vehicle and van break-ins overnight across Hastings & Rother where work tools have been stolen. We are investigating these but would encourage anyone who may of witnessed anything to call us. If you own a works vehicle then please consider removing tools from them overnight.       Help us keep Sussex safe Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org   Stay in the know with social media   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Improve Your Internet Security For Free (Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau))

1 month 1 week ago
Better internet security in two minutes Domain Name Systems (DNS) are like public phone books for the web. They’re the reason you only need to remember a website’s name and not its IP address (think of these as phone numbers for computers). When you type “www.youtube.com” into a browser, a DNS service translates that into the associated IP address (199.223.232.0) for you. Imagine a phone book that automatically filters and removes phone numbers known to be used for fraud. That’s what Quad9 does for websites. Quad9 provides an automated way to protect yourself and your business by blocking access to known malicious websites, like phishing sites designed to steal personal or banking details. Quad9 checks the website to determine if it’s malicious. Visit Quad9.net for a step-by-step guide on how to improve your online security in two minutes. Please find attached a Printer-Friendly version of the above graphic

Farm Watch Bulletin 11 January 2018 (Sussex Police)

1 month 1 week ago
Thursday, 11 January 2018 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update This week there were a total of 22 animals reported as loose on the highways of Sussex. This was made up of 12 sheep, 7 cows and 3 horses. Please continue to check your roadside hedges and fences on a daily basis, including those where a railway line passes by.  Kindest regards  Phillip Crime and incident update   Monday 01 January 2018 to Sunday 07 January 2018 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing     Nothing reported Arun     Nothing reported Brighton & Hove     Nothing reported Chichester 0497 02/01/2018 Two youths, aged about 15, were caught on CCTV breaking into a shipping container and a marquee on a farm in Grange Lane, Selsey. Five cars were also damaged. 0394 03/01/2018 A red Kubota tractor, together with an attached homemade wooden 6ft by 4ft trailer, has been stolen from a farm off Hambrook Hill North, North Chichester. 0642 04/01/2018 A section of hedging has been stolen from land in Almond Lane, Earnley, Chichester. 0030 05/01/2018 A further theft took place at the same premises as above, this time CCTV caught them removing and stealing plants. Crawley 0143 10/01/2018 Heritage The Church of St Francis & St Anthony in Haslett Avenue West was entered by jemmying the rear fire door and every internal door was smashed through. A repository shop at the rear of the church was also entered by smashing the door. This is the second break-in in the last two weeks. It is expected to cost several thousand pounds to cover the cost of repair. Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham     Nothing reported Lewes 0576 04/01/2018 Three barns and two garages on a farm in Wellington Lane, Ringmer, have been broken into. A pair of gloves were left behind by the intruders. It is not believed that anything was stolen. 0962 04/01/2018 A white Transit van was seen on a farm in Lunces Hill, Wivelsfield. It had a registration number similar to ND!3!ZE. 0453 05/01/2018 An outbuilding to a farm in Wellington Lane, Lewes, was broken into; nothing appears to have been stolen. Mid Sussex 0935 07/01/2018 A converted barn on land in Sharpthorne Road, Sharpthorne, was entered overnight by persons unknown. The owner was awoken by voices and saw one man with a mask on. Upon seeing her he made off with at least one other person across fields. Nothing seems to be missing. Rother 0542 03/01/2018 1 x large and 1 x small Stihl chainsaw, together with 1 x climbing saw were all stolen from a workshop on a farm in Hastings Road, Northiam. Wealden 1458 03/01/2018 CCTV captured three men entering farm premises in Trolliloes, Hailsham. The owner disturbed them, they then drove off in a smallish car towards Bodle Street. 0089 04/01/2018 Three sheds and a workshop on a farm in Trolliloes, Hailsham, were all broken into by jemmying off the locks. It looks like they were after red diesel but were unable to get any due to the security system in operation at the premises. Nothing appears to have been stolen. 0415 & 0577 04/01/2018 The electric gate to farm premises in Herons Ghyll, Uckfield, were damaged overnight and a barn was forcefully entered. Nothing is known to have been stolen. 0321 06/01/2018 Four sheep on land in Lewes Road, Laughton have been attacked by an unknown dog. Did you see anything.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

National Fraud Survey - from the Neighbourhood Watch Network (Neighbourhood Watch)

1 month 2 weeks ago
The Neighbourhood Watch Network is looking to learn more about people's experience of fraud and the support available to victims. Can you spare us two minutes to take our national survey today? All results are completely anonymous and will help us understand how Neighbourhood Watch can improve the support offered to victims of fraud. Click on the link below to take the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FraudVictimSurvey   Please note the survey will close on Wednesday 10th January 2018. Thank you very much. The Neighbourhood Watch Network team  

Farm Watch Bulletin 04 January 2018 (Sussex Police)

1 month 2 weeks ago
Thursday, 04 January 2018 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update This week there have been 14 reported cases of animals loose on the highway. This was made up of 11 sheep, 2 cows and a horse. Sadly, as you will see below, one of the cows was hit by a car in Hailsham. Whilst it appears at this stage that the cow survived, the car was severely damaged. Please do continue to check your roadside hedges and fences on a daily basis.  Break-ins of barns, outbuildings, garages and sheds still seem to be popular choices. Please ensure that all property on your land is secure and consider fitting security lights and CCTV where possible. Kindest regards  Phillip Crime and incident update   Monday 25 December 2017 to Sunday 31 December 2017 Date Details     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported     Nothing reported   28/12/2017 West Sussex Fire & Rescue attended an outbuilding fire on a farm in Pookbourne Lane, Hassocks. The fire was non-malicious and was attended by four fire tenders, one water unit and a command unit.   31/12/2017 The garage to a farmhouse in Battery Road, Fairlight, and the shed of the next-door property have been broken into. We are awaiting a list of the stolen property.   26/12/2017 A car hit a cow on New Road, Hailsham, at 30 MPH. The car was severely damaged, when the owner of the cow arrived it was up on its feet and he removed it from the scene.     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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Neighbourhood Watch stalwart awarded the BEM (Neighbourhood Watch)

1 month 2 weeks ago
Sussex Neighbourhood Watch is delighted that Mary Grace has been awarded the Medal of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) in the New Year Honours “For services to the community in Crawley, West Sussex”. Mary has been a member of Neighbourhood Watch for many years, and until recently was the NHW Area Co-ordinator for the Three Bridges Ward, and also the Sales Officer for Crawley Neighbourhood Watch. Aside from her lengthy involvement in Neighbourhood Watch, Mary has been a very active volunteer member of the community, and she has worked tirelessly to help others. She has given up hundreds of hours supporting multiple charities as well as helping youngsters complete national awards (Duke of Edinburgh), run craft workshops for senior citizen groups, and battled antisocial behaviour, working to make Three Bridges a fun and safe place to live. Mary was for many years involved with the running of the local Nautical Training Corps, a member of a local Choir Society, has been a key member of the Three Bridges Community Forum, on several occasions has arranged, in co-operation with her MP, educational visits to the House of Commons for interested people regardless of their political beliefs, helped to plant bulbs for “Crawley in Bloom”, helped Crawley Rotary Club with making sure that Santa visited the homes of children in need, and she has been a volunteer driver for Age Concern and Meals on Wheels. In 2012 Mary became only the third person to be presented with the West Sussex Certificate of Achievement on behalf of the Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Susan Pyper. This Award is very difficult to achieve, and honours people who had given of their time, efforts, energies and talents over many years. John Wright MBE, Chair of Sussex Neighbourhood Watch and also Crawley Neighbourhood Watch, said: “This Honour is brilliant news, and is thoroughly well deserved. Mary is a fine example of a caring person who quietly and modestly volunteers to do so much for their local community, with no expectation of any reward. I am delighted that Mary has received this national recognition, and I would like to add my personal thanks to Mary for the tremendous hard work that she has so cheerfully and willingly contributed to Neighbourhood Watch and the community.” John added: "Let me also take this opportunity to wish all Neighbourhood Watch members a very safe and Happy New Year, and to thank you once again for everything that you do to help keep others safe."  

Farm Watch Bulletin 28 December 2017 (Sussex Police)

1 month 3 weeks ago
Thursday, 28 December 2017 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update The number of animals reported as loose on highway this week has jumped drastically to 38. This was made up of 16 cows, 12 horses, 8 sheep and 2 pigs. Please continue to check roadside hedges and fences on a daily basis, including boundaries where a railway line passes by. As we see regularly, a large majority of the thefts that have taken place this week have been from outbuildings. Please ensure that you’re taking every opportunity to safeguard your property where possible with heavy duty locks, security lights and with CCTV which is time and date stamped.  Kindest regards  Phillip Crime and incident update   Monday 18 December 2017 to Sunday 24 December 2017 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing     Nothing reported Arun 1198 19/12/2017 A barn on a farm In Findon was broken into, it appears that nothing was stolen. An ‘08 black Ford Ranger was seen in the vicinity at the time of the break in. Brighton & Hove     Nothing reported Chichester 0640 18/12/2017 Containers on a farm in Dean Lane East, Rowlands Castle, have been broken into and two motorcycles have been stolen. The first was a Honda CRF2305 - serial number 9C2ME09234R201815 and security number 1736. The second is a Yamaha PW80 - serial number 4BC094153. Crawley     Nothing reported Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham 1119 20/12/2017 A barn in Coolham Road, Coolham, Horsham, was forcefully entered, at this time it is not known if anything has been stolen. 0465 22/12/2017 A farm barn in Broadford Bridge, Billingshurst, has been entered and a large quantity of diesel has been stolen. Lewes 0526 18/12/2017 Witnesses report that a male has been seen poaching pheasants in Piltdown, Sharpsbridge Lane, Spithurst Road, Boast Lane and Anchor Lane. The suspect drives a white Vauxhall Astra van. 0241 21/12/2017 A green Kawasaki 4X4 300 KLF Quadbike, chassis number JKALF300CCB612996, has been stolen from a barn in Lewes Road, Westmeston, Hassocks. The item was chained to a concrete floor, the intruders cut a lump out of the concrete and dragged it across fields with the chain and concrete still attached. Mid Sussex     Nothing reported Rother     Nothing reported Wealden 0153 20/12/2017 A barn in Herons Ghyll was forcefully entered and a small Wessex trailer and a small trial bike were stolen. 0220 20/12/2017 A barn in Kidds Hill, Colemans Hatch, Hartfield, has been broken into and approximately 450 litres of diesel was stolen. 0686 20/12/2017 The security chain to a field gate in Chillies Lane, Crowborough, was cut. It looks like an unsuccessful attempt was made to get a vehicle and trailer. Nothing was stolen. 0106 22/12/2017 Two sheep in a field in Royal Oak Lane, High Hurstwood, were attacked by a dog or dogs. 0912 23/12/2017 A 450cc red Honda Foreman Quadbike has been stolen from farm buildings in Etchingwood Lane, Framfield, Uckfield.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Wishing you a safe and happy Christmas and New Year (Sussex Police)

1 month 4 weeks ago
Friday 22 December 2017 Dear {FIRST_NAME} Warmest wishes to you and a happy and safe Christmas and New Year. Click the image below to watch our video message.     From all of us at Sussex Police      Help us keep Sussex safe Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org   Stay in the know with social media   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Support for Policing in Sussex - A final reminder (Neighbourhood Watch)

1 month 4 weeks ago
Would you pay more to support policing in Sussex? This message is being sent by Sussex Neighbourhood Watch to all residents in Sussex. Please forward it to Neighbourhood Watch members, your relatives and friends.   This is a final reminder that you can now take part in the consultation for the 2018/19 Sussex Police Precept.   As part of the consultation process that develops the police budget, Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, is currently asking residents if they would be prepared to pay more per household for Sussex Police through an increase in the precept. Your views and the needs of Sussex Police will be taken into consideration early in the New Year when the PCC makes a decision.   You can take part in the precept consultation here: www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/public-consultations/ until 5th January 2018.   Thousands of residents have already expressed their views, but the PCC is keen to hear from as many people as possible. Last year nearly 80% of respondents supported an increase. If you have not already done so, can you please spare a few moments to complete a very short survey?   Mrs Bourne has been lobbying the Government to deliver the best possible funding arrangements for policing and to lift the cap on the amount of funding that can be raised through the police precept element of Council Tax. This week the Home Secretary lifted the precept cap, and allocated additional money for counter-terrorism, national policing priorities and modernisation programmes.   Mrs Bourne explains: “I know that residents support Sussex Police in preparing for threats like terrorism and cybercrime, but I’m also aware that issues closer to home, such as anti-social behaviour, are affecting local people.”   “In previous years, the Chief Constable has asked for my help to raise more funds to invest in specific areas of policing, including public protection, community investigation and armed response. Thanks to the money you’ve already contributed through your council tax, Sussex Police has been able to build its capacity and capabilities in these areas, and others, to deliver a more effective and efficient service to the public. Now we need your help to sustain this service.”   You can find a link to the online survey, as well as further information, at www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/public-consultations . We know that some people are, understandably, hesitant to click on links sent by E-mail. If you feel uncomfortable about following this link you can also search online for the PCC’s website, where you will find the link to the survey clearly displayed on the home page, and also there is a short video explaining why the increase is being proposed. Do you support this proposal? Please give your views by taking part in this short survey by 5th January 2018. We would encourage you to forward this message to all your neighbours and friends in Sussex. www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/public-consultations/ For more information or to contact the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner please visit www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk. To contact Sussex Neighbourhood Watch please E-mail enquiries@sussexnwfed.org.uk or visit www.sussexnwfed.org.uk. The Sussex Neighbourhood Watch Federation would like to take this opportunity to thank all Neighbourhood Watch members and other residents for everything that they do to help keep Sussex safe. Season’s greetings to you all, and best wishes for a Happy New Year.  

Farm Watch Bulletin 21 December 2017 (Sussex Police)

1 month 4 weeks ago
Thursday, 21 December 2017 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update Firstly, on behalf of Sussex Police, I would like to wish you all a safe and Happy Christmas and New Year. While many of you working and living in farming and rural areas will be working over the festive period, I hope you manage to enjoy some time with those close to you.   This week there were 12 reported cases of loose animals on the highway. This number was made up of eight horses and four cows. Please continue to check your roadside hedges and fences daily, including those where a railway line passes. In recent weeks I have spoken to several people who have had their Land Rovers stolen. In two of these cases the vehicles were parked directly in front of the victim’s houses. In one case in particular, the stolen vehicle had a number of security and anti-theft devices attached that it is believed thieves disabled the handbrake cable and used an electric winch to be pulled onto a trailer. With Land Rovers still popular amongst thieves you may wish to consider blocking them in with other vehicles when parking them up overnight.  Some good news this week when police located and returned a lead statue of a shepherd boy to Nymans National Trust property near Hand Cross. Missing for more than a year, it has been returned to the National Trust after it was found in a horse trailer. Kindest regards  Phillip   Crime and incident update   Monday 11 December 2017 to Sunday 17 December 2017 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing 0320 13/12/2017 A 3.5 tonne recovery trailer with a built-in winch that had a silver Citroen C2 on it was stolen from Cromleigh Way, Southwick. Arun     Nothing reported Brighton & Hove 0482 12/12/2017 HERITAGE The 12th century church of St Nicholas & St Andrew in South Street, Portslade, has been the victim of vandalism. The window to the north side of the church has been severely damaged, some small panes have been broken within the leaded window which is formed of small diamond glass panels within the frame. The glass part of the window is bent inwards consistent with having been hit by something. The costs of repair are likely to be very high.    Chichester 0625 14/12/2017 Four sheep on a farm in Donnington, Chichester, have been attacked and injured by what looks like a dog. Crawley     Nothing reported Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham     Nothing reported Lewes     Nothing reported Mid Sussex 0332 12/12/2017 A black Kawasaki KVF 300 quadbike, serial number RGSVF300CCB110154, has been stolen from a farm in Crawley Lane, Balcombe. 0705 15/12/2017 Two sheep were severely injured in a dog attack on a farm in Birch Grove Road, Horsted Keynes. Subsequently one of the sheep had to be put down.   Rother 0871 11/12/2017 The garage to a farm house in Netherfield was broken into. A torch is missing along with attachments to a brush cutter and two sets of spanners. Wealden 0329 13/12/2017 Reports were received of suspected deer poaching on the Ashdown Forest. 0423 15/12/2017 A quantity of fuel oil has been stolen from a tank in Howbourne Lane, Buxted, this is the third theft from this property.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Farm Watch Bulletin - 14 December 2017 (Sussex Police)

2 months ago
Thursday, 14 December 2017 Farm Watch Coordinator's Update There were 42 instances of animals reported as loose the highway this week. These were made up by 30 sheep, 5 horses, 4 cows and 3 pigs. Please be reminded to regularly check roadside hedges and fences, including those where a railway line passes. Again, the biggest crime this week is theft of power tools, in most cases from outbuildings. Please consider fitting alarm systems where you have this type of equipment stored. Kindest regards Phillip   Crime and incident update   Monday 04 December 2017 to Sunday 10 December 2017 Area Ref Date Details Adur & Worthing     Nothing reported Arun 0265 06/12/2017 A white Peugeot van was seen being driven next to farmland in Arundel. The occupant was shooting pheasants. 0256 07/12/2017 A metal storage container on land in Arundel Road, Worthing, was broken into and a whacker plate and generator were stolen. Brighton & Hove     Nothing reported Chichester 0191 05/12/2017 A blue Yamaha YZF125 off-road motorbike has been stolen by breaking into an outbuilding of a farm cottage in Easton Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester. 1101 07/12/2017 The garage to a farm house in Ropes Lane, Fernhurst, was broken into. Nothing was stolen. 0100 08/12/2017 Vehicles have driven round a field in Vinnetrow Runcton, without the owner’s consent. It is believed that the intruders were poachers. Crawley     Nothing reported Eastbourne     Nothing reported Gatwick     Nothing reported Hastings     Nothing reported Horsham 0443 09/12/2017 A container on a farm in Five Oaks Road, Horsham, was forcefully entered and a quantity of tools were stolen. At this time I do not have a list to hand. Lewes 0554 05/12/2017 Land in Common Lane, Hassocks, was entered by intruders climbing over the gate. They prised the locks of an outbuilding and entered it. A search of the building was made but nothing appears to have been stolen. Mid Sussex     Nothing reported Rother 0213 05/12/2017 A black Land Rover Defender 90 was stolen from the driveway of a property in Battle overnight. The chassis number is SALLDVBS7AA795033, engine number 100409074348244DT. 0338 01/12/2017 An outbuilding in Adams Lane, Northiam, Rye, was forcefully entered and two brown Pessoa jumping saddles complete with stirrup irons and leathers were stolen. 0242 05/12/2017 The number plates were stolen from a Land Rover Discovery overnight in Ninfield, Battle. 0184 07/12/2017 A farm in Church Lane, Iden, Rye, was entered and a garage was forcefully entered. Chainsaws and garden machinery were stolen. 0269 08/12/2017 A farm in Church Hill, Sedlescombe, Battle, was entered overnight. Forced entry was made to an outbuilding, 12 chainsaws, a hedge cutter and a large quantity of power tools were all stolen. 0961 09/12/2017 An outbuilding in Powdermill Lane, Battle, was broken into overnight and a quantity of tools were stolen. These included a Stihl MS240 chainsaw + chainsaw trousers-hat-gloves & boots, a Dewalt drill in carrying case Dewalt mixed drill bit carry case and 2 x new off-road tyres. 0468 10/12/2017 An outbuilding in Watermill Lane, Sidley, Bexhill, was broken into and a Husqvarna chainsaw, a Ryobi chainsaw and snow chains were all stolen. Wealden 0363 04/12/2017 A farmhouse in Butcherfield Lane, Hartfield, has been entered by intruders and an outbuilding and garage were both forcefully entered. A black/red/white Cervelo Model R3 road bicycle was stolen. 0223 07/12/2017 A farm in North Street, Hellingly, and a container were forcefully entered. A quantity of tools and equipment were stolen, these included a Clarke petrol power washer, a JCB hydraulic breaker and gun, a JCB breaker, JCB whacker plate, a Fairport compacter plate, 2 x Sthil disc cutters and a wheel barrow that was no doubt used to transport some of the items. 0515 08/12/2017 A 200-litre copper water tank has been stolen from a farm in Eridge Green.   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   Wildlife Officers can be contacted via local email addresses Please only contact your local Wildlife Officers for any general enquiries or questions, not to report a crime. Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Adur and Worthing: adurandworthing@sussex.pnn.police.uk Arun: arun@sussex.pnn.police.uk Brighton and Hove: brightonandhove@sussex.pnn.police.uk Chichester: chichester@sussex.pnn.police.uk Crawley: crawley@sussex.pnn.police.uk Eastbourne: eastbourne@sussex.pnn.police.uk Hastings: hastings@sussex.pnn.police.uk Horsham: horsham@sussex.pnn.police.uk Lewes: lewes@sussex.pnn.police.uk Mid Sussex: midsussex@sussex.pnn.police.uk Rother: rother@sussex.pnn.police.uk Wealden: wealden@sussex.pnn.police.uk   Stay in the know with social media Sussex Police Horse Watch   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Fake Government Grants Fraud Alert (Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau))

2 months 1 week ago
Individuals and businesses are being warned to watch out for cold calls and online contact from fraudsters who are offering victims the opportunity to apply for Government grants for an advance fee.   To make the grants look legitimate fraudsters have set up bogus companies and convincing looking websites that claim to be operating on behalf of the UK Government.   Fraudsters cold call businesses and individuals offering the grant and if they’re interested direct them to fill out an online application form with their personal information. Once the fraudsters have that information they’ll contact back victims and congratulate them on being accepted onto the grant programme.      Pre-paid credit cards   Applicants are then asked to provide identification and are instructed to get a pre-paid credit card to deposit their own contribution to the fake Government grant scheme. Fraudsters will then contact victims on the phone or are emailed and asked for the details of their pre-paid credit card and copies of statements to in order for them to add the grant funds.   Of course the grant funds are never given by the fraudsters and the money that’s been loaded by the victim onto the card is stolen.   If you receive one of these calls, hang up immediately and report it to us. We’ve already taken down one website fraudsters have been using to commit this fraud and are working with Companies House to combat this issue.   How to protect yourself:   Be wary of unsolicited callers implying that you can apply for grants. You should never have to pay to receive a government grant, and they definitely won’t instruct you to obtain a pre-paid credit card. The government should have all the information they need if a genuine grant application was submitted, therefore any requests for personal or banking information either over the phone or online should be refused.   What to do if you’re a victim:    If you think your bank or personal details have been compromised or if you believe you have been defrauded contact your bank immediately. Stop all communication with the ‘agency’ but make a note of their details and report it to Action Fraud. If you have been affected by this, or any other type of fraud, report it to Action Fraud by visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk or by calling 0300 123 2040.   The information contained within this alert is based on information from gathered by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).  The purpose of this alert is to increase awareness of this type of fraud. The alert is aimed at members of the public, local police forces, businesses and governmental agencies.  

Payment Diversion Fraud Alert (Sussex Police)

2 months 1 week ago
Tuesday, 12 December 2017 Dear Farm Watch members,  The purpose of this alert is to provide knowledge and prevention advice to farmers in order to protect themselves from falling victim to ‘Payment Diversion Fraud’. CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) payments are expected to be paid to farmers in December 2017. Information on last year’s payments are easily obtained via the government website allowing fraudsters to know when and how much potential targets will receive. What is Payment Diversion Fraud? Fraudsters who purport to be a trusted senior colleague or established customer may request that you change their direct debit, standing order or amend a bank transfer so that the payment can be diverted to a bank account which is in control of the fraudster. Fraudsters will often make the request under the pretence of a highly sensitive or urgent transaction. Contact is made via phone, letter but most commonly via email (personal or work address) used by the organisation or employee (which has either been spoofed or hacked). The fraudster then provides bank account details into which the monies should be paid. What can you do to prevent yourself from falling victim to Payment Diversion Fraud? - Ensure all staff, not just finance teams are aware of this fraud.  - Always verify email payment changes to financial agreements with the organisation directly using established contact details you have on file. If called ask the caller to give you a main switchboard number for you to be routed back to them. Alternatively, hang up and call them back using established contact details you have on file.  - Have a system in place which allows staff to properly verify contact from their CEO or senior members of staff; for example having two points of contact so that the staff can check that the instruction which they have received from their CEO is legitimate.  - Always review requests to change ‘one off’ payment requests. Check for inconsistencies or grammatical errors, such as a misspelt company name or a slightly different email address.  - Ensure computer systems are secure and that antivirus software is up to date. Kind regards, Sergeant Tom Carter Lead for Wildlife, Heritage and Environmental Crime    Help us keep Sussex safe Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org   Stay in the know with social media   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

Recent Break-Ins (Sussex Police)

2 months 1 week ago
Break in's have been reported in your neighbourhood If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about the below incident 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 Reference: Operation Bluebird2 Location: Rother District Date and time: Over the last few weeks Details: We have recently had a number of Shed Breaks and General Break In's targeting out Buildings inc work tools, most are happening overnight. We have been doing extra patrols in the local area's to target and tackle this, recently we have had some good results. On Sunday 12th December a Male was arrested in the early hours in Battle in connection with Shed breaks in the local area. Police initially saw his vehicle in suspicious activity and he initially failed to stop for them. After a short pursuit he was stopped and arrested. He was later charged with driving and theft offences and remanded in custody. Further to this another Male was arrested in the early hours last week also in connection with Break-in's in Rother. Local Police will continue to carry out proactive rural patrols in the early hours. In you have any information on rural Break-In's please contact us & quote Operation Bluebird2 Visit our Website for crime prevention advice   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure web-sites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.  

Keep your home safe and secure - Typing Error (Sussex Police)

2 months 1 week ago
11th December 2017 Further to my article 'Keep your home safe and secure' sent out on the 8th November it has been bought to my attention that there is a typing error regarding the immobilise website. This was human error and should of read: https://www.immobilise.com/  not immobolise.com. Please accept my sincere apologies. Kind regards, Lee Lee Melbourne Prevention Support & Engagement Officer     Help us keep Sussex safe Seen something suspicious or have information about a crime or incident? Please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org Stay in the know with social media   Links and attachments: Sussex Police will only ever link you to secure websites we trust. We will only send you attachments where we believe it is absolutely necessary.

System Admin Update New Email Layout (System Administrators)

2 months 1 week ago
Dear {FIRST_NAME} This is a message on behalf of myself and the team from Neighbourhood Alert. We are the System Administrators of {WEBSITE_LINK} and provide this secure community messaging system on behalf of 25 UK Police forces. We are all incredibly proud of the service we provide and the difference it is making in supporting thousands of Police, Fire & Rescue Service and other public service staff in their mission to keep you safe and reduce crime. This is a special thank you to them and to the fantastic members of Neighbourhood Watch around the country who help to keep our database of over half a million registered members up to date so messages get through to you. Most of all this is a thank you to you for your support by receiving messages, replying, rating your messages and completing so many surveys. Over 200,000 members completed one or more surveys in 2017 and this incredible interaction enables the police, partners and us to understand your concerns, update your priorities and make your messages more relevant and useful.   A new email layout It is not much of a Christmas present, but we do have an exciting update to let you know about. After several months of development, debate and discussion with our many stakeholders, we are about to launch a much-improved email layout. The new layout is, much cleaner, contains far fewer images and will look much better on mobile devices. It will be quicker to download and will include a colour coded image at the top which will immediately show you the general subject and the urgency/priority of the message. The diagram below shows you the main features and layout of the new email “template”. We have been testing this template in a few areas so you may have noticed some emails appearing in this new format. For a more detailed explanation regarding the new layout and general email guidance, please visit our help centre here or to view a more detailed diagram click here. It is important to not trust unsolicited emails and therefore to be confident that these emails are safe, authorised (by you) and from trusted sources. Please note the email address is our usual address and the links (before you click them) are to the correctly spelt and usual locations. If you have any doubt regarding the authenticity of this or any future Alert email, please contact your local Police Force Corporate Communications department or our support desk on 0115 9245517 or support@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk. This new layout will be applied from week commencing 11th December and we will send a survey over the next few weeks to check that you are happy and identify any issues that need resolving. If you have any problems with the new format before then, please report them by emailing feedback@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk. Thank you once again for your on-going support and use of the system. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy New Year Mike Douglas Product Director and National Data Controller Neighbourhood Alert  

System Admin Update New Email Layout (System Administrators)

2 months 1 week ago
Dear {FIRST_NAME} This is a message on behalf of myself and the team from Neighbourhood Alert. We are the System Administrators of and provide this secure community messaging system for you on behalf of 25 UK Police forces. We are all incredibly proud of the service we provide and the difference it is making in supporting thousands of Police, Fire & Rescue Service and other public service staff in their mission to keep you safe and reduce crime. This is a special thank you to them and to the fantastic members of Neighbourhood Watch around the country who help to keep our database of over half a million registered members up to date so messages get through to you. Most of all this is a thank you to you for your support by receiving messages, replying, rating your messages and completing so many surveys. Over 200,000 members completed one or more surveys in 2017 and this incredible interaction enables the police, partners and us to understand your concerns, update your priorities and make your messages more relevant and useful.   A new email layout It is not much of a Christmas present, but we do have an exciting update to let you know about. After several months of development, debate and discussion with our many stakeholders, we are about to launch a much-improved email layout. The new layout is, much cleaner, contains far fewer images and will look much better on mobile devices. It will be quicker to download and will include a colour coded image at the top which will immediately show you the general subject and the urgency/priority of the message. The diagram below shows you the main features and layout of the new email “template”. We have been testing this template in a few areas so you may have noticed some emails appearing in this new format. For a more detailed explanation regarding the new layout and general email guidance, please visit our help centre here or to view a more detailed diagram click here. It is important to not trust unsolicited emails and therefore to be confident that these emails are safe, authorised (by you) and from trusted sources. Please note the email address is our usual address and the links (before you click them) are to the correctly spelt and usual locations. If you have any doubt regarding the authenticity of this or any future Alert email, please contact your local Police Force Corporate Communications department or our support desk on 0115 9245517 or support@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk. This new layout will be applied from week commencing 11th December and we will send a survey over the next few weeks to check that you are happy and identify any issues that need resolving. If you have any problems with the new format before then, please report them by emailing feedback@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk. Thank you once again for your on-going support and use of the system. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy New Year Mike Douglas Product Director and National Data Controller Neighbourhood Alert  
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